What does TLDR mean?

Friday, November 22, 2013 - 04:08 PM

Hello! We are taking a week off the podcast to work on some special things that you will like a lot. This episode is a Best Of*, in case you have a friend who hasn't gotten a chance to check us out who you might like to share TLDR with. It also includes an answer to one of our show's enduring mysteries - just what the hell TLDR stands for.

Thanks for listening, and if you like the show, subscribe to it on iTunes. If you want other people to hear it, please rate and review it! If you want to check out our previous episodes on our website, you can listen here. If you like our theme song, you can hear more by Breakmaster Cylinder here.

*Yes, we know that it takes some pretty unmitigated gall to run a clip show two months after launching a podcast.

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Comments [2]

bozodehackizbak from San Jose

You guys really missed a beat when you did your piece on Sgt. Star and didn't ask the brass why their boy sounds just like Axe Cop -- they gotta be the same guy -- such a dead ringer! -- if it ain't, it's even more scary.

Apr. 07 2014 05:55 AM
cmadler from Ypsilanti, MI

Any hope of taking TLDR off the main OTM podcast feed and onto its own feed?

Nov. 25 2013 11:02 PM

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TLDR is a short podcast and blog about the internet by PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman. You can subscribe to our podcast here. You can follow our blog here. We’re also on Twitter, and we play Team Fortress 2 more or less constantly, so find us there if you like to communicate via computer games from six years ago.

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