April 17th 2012 10:36 am PT

Our Next Google Hangout On Air

In lieu of a podcast this week, were going to do a Hangout On Air! Join us this Thursday April 19th at 10p ET/ 7p PT (What time is this in your time zone) where we’ll talk about what we’re playing, PAX East, take some of your questions and try to have fun for an hour or so.

Once we are live, I’ll post a link on Twitter or you can just add me to circle and you’ll see the Hangout pop up in your feed.

PLUS, this month I am trying something different. Since Google + has a limit of 500 comments on a post and you need to refresh the page to see new comments, I am also going to create a Cover It Live session (below) where we will take your questions and you can chat with others while watching the LIVE session.

I am hoping it provides a better experience than the G+ comments.

Events By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • http://paranoimia.co.uk Paranoimia

    “and you need to refresh the page to see new comments”

    If you use a decent browser like Chrome, comments appear automatically in real time.

    • http://www.majornelson.com Major Nelson

      There is still the matter of the 500 comment limit.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000506336890 Braden Lewis

    Can’t wait.

  • http://twitter.com/Nascar_Dog Nascar_Dog


  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000506336890 Braden Lewis

    Where is the video?


  • http://twitter.com/Nascar_Dog Nascar_Dog

    I see you guys now

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000506336890 Braden Lewis

    There we go

  • http://twitter.com/sargonas J. Eckert

    I’ll take the middle square for the block please Larry

  • Jean LaValley


  • Jean LaValley

    It’s the internet, we already forgot about the audio. Long time show listener, first time Google + Hangouter… :)

    This seems fun.

  • http://twitter.com/istoleyourfood istoleyourfood


  • Jean LaValley

    There was a panel at InterventionCon (September 2011) that discussed that $.99 – $9.98 will always complain. It’s a I wasted a buck for “this” and they feel they should have gotten it for free. But the people who pay $9.99 or more for books or programs are usually pretty satisfied. 

    The kickstarter brings out the “serious” people who want to feel like they are contributing at the ground level. Then they can brag to their friends “I knew this __________, before it was cool” sort of like most of the PC people did with Halo videos before the Xbox Original was announced. (Yeah I’m old)

  • http://www.majornelson.com Major Nelson

    Hope you enjoyed the Hangout. I’ll get the video posted in a day or two.