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It's hard to believe that 2009 has already come and gone, but with the holidays over and 2010 around the corner, we've decided to record a special wrap-up episode to finish off the year. Lots of big changes that happened in the past twelve months, but the most momentous for the show has to be the introduction of the Tricaster and the subsequent evolution into a full-fledged video show. Of course, we have to thank Jason Howell, the man behind all the CNET Podcasts who helped us set up and troubleshoot our new equipment.
If you've ever wanted to go behind the scenes at The 404 to see what it takes to get the show running every morning, this Yuletide episode has your answers.
While you're enjoying the holiday break, check out this very special pre-recorded Yuletide episode dedicated to the most inaccurate cyberpunk movie ever to tumble out of Hollywood. Of course, we're talking about Hackers, the cult classic film that first phreaked its way into our hearts way back in 1995.
ilson's still gone in China rehabilitating baby pandas, so this yuletide episode of The 404 Podcast features me and Jeff going through the movies and film trends that struck a chord in 2010.
Kenley Bradstreet and Mark Licea join the show today because Justin Yu still battling with SARS. We wish him a speedy recovery, but in the mean time, we welcome the presence of two beautiful people. Plus, it's just fun to watch Kenley rock out to today's Audio Draft pick.
We're very proud to have actor Tony Hale on the show today. You know him from Arrested Development and Veep, and he'll tell us about auditioning for Buster, the Internet's hand in the success of the show, and the cinematic future of the series.
This car is a nice bauble, if you have a spare 90 grand on hand.
Believe it or not, we still have our jobs after welcoming President of CBS Interactive Jim Lanzone on yesterday's show. Today's episode runs down the announcements at the Web 2.0 summit, Google's Infinite Bookcase, new Coke vending machines, and an archive of every live concert, ever!
We have no idea what today's show title means, so we're happy to welcome Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg back on the show to spell it out for us. He's also here to officially kick off "The Audiophillie Music Awards for Excellence in Recorded Sound" contest! Read Steve's blog on the contest here. Keep in mind that this is not "American Idol," so entries won't be judged by musical talent, but on the quality of the recording itself.
We count down the very best televisions your money can buy, and tell you why they're good.