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Tonight on GeekNights, it's a dark day for America, but we have to soldier on. We've somehow never talked about wallets, so that's reasonably distracting. Of course you know what the news is, but we also biked the New York Marathon route.
We'll be live at GaymerX on Sunday talking about writing game rules, and also live at MAGFest!Download MP3
I think I'm going to see if I can get through my entire adult life with just one wallet.
He's Australian, not from Albion. He does indeed travel to colleges all over the world to interview mathematicians and scientists.
Just so you know, he's one half of the Hello Internet podcast with CGP Grey, another interesting educational YouTube video maker. Hello Internet is one of the best podcasts out there at the moment, so of course I'd highly recommend it.
I'm totally looking forward to the technologies that are making wallets slowly less necessary. Things like paying for crap with my phone, or cards that can store multiple cards within them. In general I like my pockets to be filled as efficiently as possible. Looking to get as far away from this as possible:
Of course I bust out the 15+ year old chain wallet whenever I head to a metal show, despite it's potential to snag on someone, it keeps my wallet with me.
Mine is in the wallets thread linked by @Dazzle369 above.
It is RFID blocking.
All I need -
organ donor card
Transperth smart rider (public transport card)
$20 in notes for whatever reason, I just use Android pay for everything.
My wallet only pops out for using public transport on a daily basis.