Ep. 1101: Where we learn to archive Video
It's only been half a day since Clint Eastwood bombed the RNC Convention, but the ridiculous amount of "viral memes" online are already making it feel stale. We have no choice but to show you a few picks, and we'll also have a live taste test of ThinkGeek's bacon and Sriracha-flavored lollipops.
Today we've got ThinkGeek Battle Mugs, undercover cops Catfishing your house party, and a weekend story of a wedding proposal gone sour.
Peter Ha, Tech Editor for The Daily, stops by for a chat about next week's Apple event, the infamous Apple blacklist, the 2011 Razzie nominations, and a new condom from Planned Parenthood that tracks its users!
We asked CNN technology writer Mark Milian to come into the studio today to wrap up the last show of the year, and he surprises us with Peter Ha from The Daily in tow! Our two favorite guests join us for a discussion about the tech trends of 2011 ("hacking," privacy, mobile OS wars, Tumblr, and Reddit), and we'll also take a look at Mark's new book, Letters to Steve: Inside the E-Mail Inbox of Apple's Steve Jobs.
In a wide-ranging interview at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks about the company's stock performance, its effect on employee morale, and the company's strategy to monetize mobile.
CNET Webware's Rafe Needleman explores the sponsored giveaways at the TechCrunch50 conference. Don't get your hopes up: TechCrunch50 is no D6.
Rafe talks with one of Klout's early venture funders, Shervin Pishevar, and TechCrunch writer Josh Constine.
More than 50 companies will officially launch their new products at TechCrunch50 this year in San Francisco. CNET's Kara Tsuboi stops by the first day of the event and finds everyone from actor Ashton Kutcher to developers building online banking platforms for kids.
With 50 companies on stage, even the companies that didn't qualify for stage time get attention at the TechCrunch50 event. Webware's Rafe Needleman explores the Demo Pit, where the runners-up pitch to the passers-by.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco that the company does 1 billion queries a day in search. Zuckerberg goes on to say there's a big opportunity and company has a team of engineers working on it.