Ep. 1015: Where we take Katie Linendoll to sleepaway camp Video
Katie Linendoll from SpikeTV's All Access Weekly joins us on the show today to wrap-up New York Comic Con and discuss potential costumes for Jeff's favorite holiday. Katie's an expert in gadgets, comics, and sports tech, so we'll jump topics from emojicons to Apple farming to her new app Splaturpult!
Katie Linendoll drops by for her second appearance, and this time we're talking about women in tech, breaking the hi-five world record, Kickstarter as a viable start for your invention, and geek fashion.
CNET contributor Katie Linendoll takes a jump on the Flybar 800 propulsion device from SBI Enterprises and discovers that it's not quite as intuitive as its precursor.
Today's episode of The 404 takes Facebook stalking to new levels, explores "bubbling" as an alternative to pr0n, Conan's new show, and Angry Birds on the Android!
A new feature highlighting some of our favorite user-submitted videos, put together by the Download.com Video team and hosted by Katie Whiting. In this episode we have a girl who travels through atmospheric soundscapes, an insightful documentary short about file sharing and piracy, a very scary bedtime story, and a boy in a serene, green enchanted forest. To watch each individual video, follow the links below.
1.) 46bliss: "The Way You Are"
2.) "Illegal Information"
3.) The Twitching Hour
4.) "Ikarus: "Believe"
Katie Couric talks with a Denver Rock The Vote representative at the Democratic National Convention.
Katie Couric and the CBS News political team discuss Sarah Palin's speech and take viewer questions. Mo Rocca also stops by to talk with Katie.
CNET's Neha Tiwari talks with Jenny Marketou and Katie Salen about their interactive art piece ": A game of flying perspectives." The work was inspired by the popular "99 LuftBalloons" tune by Nena, and by "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and balloons that were used historically to take bird's-eye photos as a spy tactic. Using large helium balloons with wireless cameras attached while playing a route-finding game has produced some "interesting images," according to the artists. For more information on the project, and where you can play, click here.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Next Playstation supposedly locks out used games, Whodat.is is fake, putting an end to Cinavia DRM, and Spike Lee's Twitter goof.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: "Fake" geek girls, YouTube replies to Reply Girls, Google tablet on the horizon, The Shorty Awards, Foxconn makes amends with workers, and the end of Best Buy?