63 episodes

Trying to explain what this podcast is about would be like trying to teach grandma how to send an email. It seems easy enough at first but you'll soon find it an impossible task. No Format is not a nerd-cast; we're clearly two social, pleasant, good looking gentlemen (ep. 28). No Format is not a comedy-cast; we never joke about the topic at hand and take our jobs very seriously as distributors of internet content (ep. 15). No Format is not a videogame-cast; Josh has only beaten 6 out of 8 Zelda games and we rarely play videogames while podcasting (ep. 7). No Format is not a science-cast; the occasional episode on nuclear fission and mathematical proofs will appear now and then, but all together we are not great sources of information (ep. 11 & 39). And lastly, No Format is by no means a film-cast; we just happen to know someone who makes movies (ep. 27). It also just happens that we have excellent taste and never come to dissagreements on movies (ep. 42). So what would one expect from a typical episode? We don't really have a format. Chances are if you have a mustache, play(ed) with Ninja Turtles, own a telescope, hate ugly fonts, have a friend from Korea, enjoy a good scotch, have a favorite dinosaur, wished you could golf better, prefer the original theatrical Star Wars, or in general read Wikipedia articles at least 3 times per day, you'll probably find what you've been looking for all along in this, the No Format podcast.

No Format Josh Wetenkamp & Jason Hayes

    • Technology
    • 4.6 • 33 Ratings

Trying to explain what this podcast is about would be like trying to teach grandma how to send an email. It seems easy enough at first but you'll soon find it an impossible task. No Format is not a nerd-cast; we're clearly two social, pleasant, good looking gentlemen (ep. 28). No Format is not a comedy-cast; we never joke about the topic at hand and take our jobs very seriously as distributors of internet content (ep. 15). No Format is not a videogame-cast; Josh has only beaten 6 out of 8 Zelda games and we rarely play videogames while podcasting (ep. 7). No Format is not a science-cast; the occasional episode on nuclear fission and mathematical proofs will appear now and then, but all together we are not great sources of information (ep. 11 & 39). And lastly, No Format is by no means a film-cast; we just happen to know someone who makes movies (ep. 27). It also just happens that we have excellent taste and never come to dissagreements on movies (ep. 42). So what would one expect from a typical episode? We don't really have a format. Chances are if you have a mustache, play(ed) with Ninja Turtles, own a telescope, hate ugly fonts, have a friend from Korea, enjoy a good scotch, have a favorite dinosaur, wished you could golf better, prefer the original theatrical Star Wars, or in general read Wikipedia articles at least 3 times per day, you'll probably find what you've been looking for all along in this, the No Format podcast.

    063 | Shortcut

    063 | Shortcut

    I don't know what to write about this episode. Jason thinks it's our best episode yet, and he's being totally serial. Personally, I think he has low standards. Though I do believe you will find something of value in this episode. Like for example, a shortcut or two.

    • 54 min
    • video
    062 | HD

    062 | HD

    No Format goes High Definition (720p) in this special edition episode. Jason and Josh come at ya from angles you didn't think were possible. Hope your downloading this on WiFi cause this one's gonna take a while, that is unless you got business class internet like myself.

    • 14 min
    061 | Resolutions

    061 | Resolutions

    It's that time of the year again. Listen to Jason and I dig ourselves a 2013 Hole of Resolutions. And just so you know, it's Drambuie.

    • 52 min
    060 | The Giver

    060 | The Giver

    Just me and Jason this week. We discuss the book The Giver in no great detail, birthday cake frosting and kitty cats. Tell us in the comments if The Giver was part of your school curriculum!

    • 1 hr
    059 | Halo 4

    059 | Halo 4

    ONCE AGAIN NO FORMAT IS DROPPIN' SPOILERS LIKE THEY'RE ENERGY SWORDS. It's not that they're a bad weapon, but who can afford to get that close to the enemy?! Travis Hayes joins us once again with his crappy mic and his unparalleled view on video games.

    • 1 hr
    058 | Skyfall

    058 | Skyfall

    SPOILERS! DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE IF YOU HAVE NOT YET SEEN THE NEW JAMES BOND MOVIE "SKYFALL". Acclaimed movie critic Tim Karabian once again joins the No Format podcast, this time to talk Bond. After listening, why not visit www.noformatpodcast.com and tell us what you think of the latest spy flick. Just don't disagree with me.

    • 1 hr 4 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

JesFlo ,

Awesome podcast

Been listening since episode 4 and i haven't stopped since then. Its been going on for while and its been nothing but good. You guys get me through lots of long hours where i would just be listening to nothing and just wasting time. I would much rather waste it doing this. Keep them coming guys

RP430 ,

No Format Listening

I don't get it... you two guys babble on about anything and manage to make interesting, thoughtful, fun and I'm hooked. Just like the Sienfield episode... it's a show about nothing... "for instance... what did you do today...?" ... " that's the whole show". I down load several podcasts from different people but this is my favorite. Great job guys!

Lena Nguyen ,

Comforting and feels like I am hanging out with them

I like how they just have a conversation and have "no format." I listen to these guys at work, in my car, on caltrain, at home with my boyfriend and when I need a friend. I feel like how I feel like I am there with them. I cannot stop laughing. I wish they can have more because I want to listen to them more often. I actually look up stuff with them. Keep on entertaining guys. Thanks guys :)

<3 Rapunzel
(Rah pun zil)

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