Hear ye, hear ye! The Mosen Explosion is back, and shorter than ever!

In December, we were of course urging people to hark! Now that it’s January and there’s an impeachin’ going on, we say “hear ye, hear ye” and welcome back to the Mosen Explosion after its summer break.

The first thing to note is that the show is now mercifully shorter. It still starts at the same time, 2 PM Eastern, 7 PM in the UK, but it runs for three hours rather than four. This is to allow me time to put the Mosen At Large Podcast together, which features some talky bits of the show, and still have some time to hang out with the family on my Sunday afternoon.

Over the summer, I have been pointing out, indisputably correctly, that 2020 is the last year of this decade, not the first year of a new one. It is absolutely remarkable how much wrong information there has been in the media about this simple mathematical fact. So, inspired by the House Managers in the US, I’m going to explain, patiently and clearly, why anyone who tells you that the new decade has now started is flat out wrong. This is not an opinion, they are demonstrably, mathematically mistaken. Let’s deal with the decade deniers once and for all.

Now that I don’t work with technology for a living, I found myself playing with a lot of it during my summer break. I bought new gadgets, played with apps and software, so if you enjoy tech, I’ve got a lot for you in this week’s show.

Bonnie will be hear with her bulletin, and of course there are plenty of chances for you to get in touch via email, Twitter and the listener line. That number by the way is +1-864-606-6736.

I’m looking forward to being back behind the mic and chatting with you on The Mosen Explosion, this Saturday at 2 Pm Eastern, 7 PM UK, for three fun hours, to start the last year of this decade off.