I know this is why you had a hard time starting the podcast, but I would strongly recommend you add a little more structure to this. Hey, What's Up? could surely work as a concept, but listening to 50-odd minutes of rambling discussion was.....hard to do.
I'll make my suggestions, and please reject them if you wish
1) Make a time limit. I believe there was a survey done a bit back that landed on 20 minutes as the optimal length for a podcast. Anecdotally, I agree. I strongly dislike podcasts that are 5 minutes or less. And unless there's a good reason (such as a movie commentary), I'd rather listen to three shorter episodes about three different things than listen to one hour episodes about three or more things. This depends on the conversation, of course, but I'd set the timer for 20 minutes and come with notes. If you have more than one or two things to talk about, just record a few episodes! Then you have something for when you can't record.
2) Audio quality. One of the voices sounded fine, the other didn't. Try to fix that. I realize there are limitations, but it's really, really hard to listen to anything with bad audio.
3) Even if the body of the cast is random, I'd recommend coming up with special content segments. Like, each of you bring an article to talk about for the last five minutes. Cool stuff going on in the nerd world. Give your conversation a little more of an anchor. Or maybe spend the last five minutes relating an article from the Odd News section of news sites, whatever. Do a Jimmy Fallon-style improv game. I dunno.
Speaking personally, I listen to podcasts first to learn something, and second because I like the hosts. Whatever that something is, make it applicable or interesting to an audience.
If you haven't heard of it, I'd recommend checking out We Have Concerns. It's a two-man podcast that has a great vibe. There's loads of stuff to talk about in this world.
That's all! These are just my thoughts.