Documentary on software project, Part Deux Video
This is a documentary which touches on many aspects of file sharing and piracy. We took a good deal of effort to remain neutral. Music provided by the Sound Scientists (http://music.download.com/SoundScientists) This project was made from strictly public domain (archive.org) and original material.
Natali Del Conte is back from a quick trip to Europe and will be on the show every Thursday to get down with the nerdy dirty. We're hoping that she'll also help us raise $1,000,000 for a bid on Sex.com. The domain has a rich history of ownership and even spurned a book based on its popularity.
A bitter close-up to today's racism revealed through a young boy's secret diary. This track is a protest against all kinds of human intolerance and severely criticizes senseless mass behaviors. This video was shot in Switzerland.
We'll be back for WWDC, but we're showing you the "Best of" skits, featuring apps that will teach you how to kiss, sing, and sniff out any lies.
Microsoft and Yahoo continue to slug it out over control of the company, find out the latest bit of drama. Plus, see how the Olympic torch run is progressing online. And, What's a eight letter word for drama? S-c-r-a-b-b-l-e. See how Mattel is planning to battle Scrabulous on Facebook.
"High and Dry" pays tribute to the influential and eclectic community of musicians that has emerged from Tucson, Arizona over the past 20 years. Through performances and interviews, the documentary captures the struggle of one small town's big music scene.
Director Toubassi discusses the impetus for making the film, production and postproduction questions, and dealing with music rights and clearances.
See the full trailer for "High and Dry."
The Pentax Optio S6 is a well-built, compact, and attractive camera that is a pleasure to use for snapshots but won't dazzle with its photo quality.
Director Macomber captures, in documentary style, the youthful energy and approach to life of a girl whose "other browser is a surfboard." "Daredevil," will be short-listed for the NY Festival of Advertising's 2006 International Advertising Awards in May 2006.
It's "Glee" meets BOL! Ok, no, don't panic, there's not that much singing. But it's Brian Tong's first day in the co-host chair, and we are having a good time. Off the rails. In the news today: Facebook app developers were evidently selling your personally identifiable information, which Facebook could barely be bothered to punish them for. Also, group gifting on eBay and a new low in "journalism" junkets. --Molly
Turns out video games can be good for your health. At San Francisco's St. Mary's Medical Center, a trauma rehabilitation doctor prescribes Nintendo Wii sessions as part of treatment. CNET's Kara Tsuboi takes a look at this "alternative" medicine and meets patients who seem to forget their pain thanks to the gaming fun.