Stephen Jondrew is a man of many talents much boredom. Stephen often fills his spare time co-hosting and producing several podcasts, maintaining/administrating a variety of websites and yet somehow he also keeps a full-time day job and even has a wife and son.

Stephen enjoys all things geeky including tech, comics, sci-fi, podcasting and a bunch of stuff in between.

OsX vs Windows? Windows... for now. Star Trek vs Star Wars? Star Trek, every time.

Podcasts: Podcast and WTWD Radio Free Woodbury

Chris Ferrell is a long time fan of a variety of so called nerdy things. Growing up he was introduced to Star War, Star Trek, and Babylon 5 by his father. That grew into a love of just about all Sci Fi and fantasy. Add in his fanboy nature when it comes to comics and Chris probably has too many things he's interested in.

Nowadays Chris espouses his love for all things good and nerdy in both podcast and blogging forms. Chris is a staff writer at Gonna Geek. In addition to that he is the co-host of a bunch of podcasts. Basically, if you want to hear someone ramble about nerdy things, Chris can do it.

Podcasts: All Things Good and Nerdy, Podcast, The Starling Tribune and WTWD Radio Free Woodbury.

SP as he is known to his close associates has dedicated his life to working within the system to bring geeky humor and science fiction points of view to the mindless minions in charge of providing the freedoms, security and infrastructure to our lives. Given the opportunity, SP would gladly slip through the Stargate to begin colonizing a new planet and living the Little House On The Prairie life or suit up to mine the solar system's asteroids for precious metals, gems and hidden signs of ancient advanced societies. SP has a lifelong fascination with geeky shows, advanced technologies, revolutionary science and apocalyptic tales.

Podcasts: Podcast, Voices of Defiance and Legends of SHIELD Show #212 – Stephen’s Rage Against the Windows


Let’s kick off this week’s show with Stephen ranting against Windows 10. In the news we talk about how the Google Pixel 2 XL is burning in, how Canada has a useful malware tool and Richard Branson’s future plans.

In Stephen’s Geeky Stuff, Stephen reviews TrackR.

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This Week’s Hosts: Stephen Jondrew, Chris Ferrell and Stargate Pioneer. This episode was recorded LIVE on Monday, October 23, 2017 at www.Geeks.Live.

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Stephen is a west coast Canadian who enjoys pretty much all things geeky. Whether it's podcasting, playing with tech or just watching a great re-run of Star Trek, Stephen is probably interested in it. GonnaGeek is the brain child of Stephen. You see, for years he has helped run a variety of specific genre websites (such as comics, Star Trek, etc) but sometimes he found himself needing to talk more than just comics... that's why he created GonnaGeek. Stephen is currently the Producer, Editor and a Co-Host of the Official Show ( and Better Podcasting ( He also runs


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  1. I have had the same issues with Windows 10 when I used to work I.T. so when I updated at home to Build 10586 (Last October-ish), I disabled my Windows Update, Update Assistant, etc. Because I discovered Windows 10 to be deactivating and uninstalling programs I used because they decided I didn’t need them and Windows doesn’t play well with them. I backup my Fonts folder because I have 1000’s of fonts. My laptop has Windows 8.1 with Classic Start Menu (Win7) and my tower has a over a year old Win10 version to keep it from updating. I hate the updates and they have disabled the original way of turning off Windows Update. The newer versions actually make you schedule updates and will not let you opt out. I’ve had to hack the registry and install programs to block updates and deleted the Upgrade Assistants continuously. I only started having issues after I mentioned the things I did to people on Twitter and miraculously updates started to TRY to force themselves on me. I’ve used a MAC for college in Media Production but it wasn’t ideal for me. Microsoft resets settings, takes more control and removes things you won’t realize until you go to use it. OTHER Than that, Win10 runs awesome and fast on an SSD Harddrive.

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