The Random Show, Episode 23 — New Year's Resolutions, Firearms, Start-up Finds, Zelda, and Obscene Thoughts on Grey Hairs

There are dozens of topics covered in this wine-infused, bromantic episode of scatterbrained nonsense. Like what? Well, plans for 2014, firearms, tech finds and start-up talk, the goodness of Zelda, favorite recent books, and much more. O-tanoshimi dane! One special offer: If you sign up as one of the first 100 beta testers for Shyp …

The Random Show, Episode 22 – Home Defense, Start-ups, Raccoon Throwing, Public Stock Investing, and Mail-Order Urine

There are dozens of topics covered in this wine-infused, bromantic episode of scatterbrained nonsense. Some of it might improve your stock picking or even save your labradoodle from being eaten alive. Or you can just choose to waste tons of money on awesomeness. O-tanoshimi dane! This special edition of The Random Show was recorded and …

The Random Show, Episode 21: Smart Drugs, Bitcoin, Apps, Fish Taint, and More

This Random Show episode was an experiment via Google Hangout. The show starts around 11:00 if you want to skip the preamble and dumb-assery. Here are just two of many, many links mentioned in the show: Jacked – The Outlaw Story of Grand Theft Auto Cozy (start-up) See the bottom of this post for show …

Random Show, Episode 20 – Dog Aerobics, Start-ups, Meditation, Comic Books, and New Year's Resolutions

(Click here if you can’t see the embedded video.) In this long overdue episode, join me and Kevin Rose as we catch up on topics ranging from start-ups and new projects to meditation and funny business. Thanks to Glenn for the videography. This is actually Episode 19, but Kevin wanted it to be 20, so …

The Random Show – Episode 18 – Start-ups, Restaurants, Marriage, and…Sexual Performance?

In this long overdue episode, join me and Kevin Rose as we catch up on topics ranging from start-ups and new projects to relationships and sexual enhancement through chemical cocktails. Thanks to Glenn for his usual Jedi videography. Notes, Links, and Resources The 4-Hour Chef – The new book. It’s going to be NUTS. CLEAR …

Random Show – Episode 17 – Start-ups, Investing, and Pickled Vegetables

Long overdue, join me and Kevin Rose as we catch up on topics ranging from investing and Steve Jobs to pickled food and start-up launches. Thanks to Glenn for his usual Jedi videography. For the Breville contest, just search the Oink app for user “Tim Ferriss” to find my profile. Two odds and ends: 1) …

The Random Show, Episode 16 – Bachelor Party Edition (NSFW)

Uncensored version here. For previous episodes of The Random Show, click here. Last but not least, The Random Show is now on iTunes! If you simply want audio-only, or if you’d like to watch the episodes on your iPhone or iPad, here you go: VIDEO: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-random-show-podcast/id417595309 AUDIO: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-random-show-podcast-audio/id417635513

The Random Show, Episode 14/15 – Bourbon, Photography, iPhone Apps, and Start-ups

Random Episode 15 from Glenn McElhose on Vimeo. In this long-overdue episode of Random, Kevin Rose and I discuss everything from start-ups and photography to naming products, iPhone apps, and survivalist training. Fueled by bourbon and pizza — cheat day, of course — we had a blast. Hope you enjoy! The mentioned links, assorted goodies, …

Random Show Episode 13 – Kevin and Tim on Trampolines, Apps, and A**holes

12? 13? Our ability to remember episode numbers: negligible. Kevin’s ability to kick my ass on trampolines: priceless. (Kevin left out the fact that he grew up with one. Trixy.) Join us at House of Air, which features dozens of trampolines at different angles, including the “Matrix” room. There is a fair amount of cursing …

The Tim Ferriss Show Transcripts: Q&A with Tim on Wealth and Money, Book Recommendations, Advice on Taking Advice, C.S. Lewis, Relationships, Behavior Change and Self-Awareness, Why We Are All (Mostly) Making It Up as We Go, and Much More (#614)

Please enjoy this transcript of my most recent Q&A. As some of you know, to celebrate the 15th anniversary of The 4-Hour Workweek, which was first published on April 24th, 2007 (4/24/07), I signed 424 copies of the book. As thousands of you threw your hat in the ring to win a signed copy, I wanted …