Ep. 1106: Where the legend continues Video
Girls with assault rifles buying ice cream in Israel, Google's $4.6 billion plan for an open wireless internet, cat chooses who will die next, real men love the Fifth Element, Digg: new ad provider, comedian Drew Carey to replace Bob Barker on Price is Right, Chuck Norris action jeans.
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The post show from today's episode rang in at nearly the same length as a normal episode of BOL. And almost none of it has anything to do with tech. Check it out.
Turns out when we blew up the Moon a few weeks ago we found water! Yay the bottled water companies are presumably planning their trips now. THIS is how we motivate us to get back to the Moon! We also hear more from old man Murdoch on blocking Google from indexing his newspapers, and Dell launches a smart phone. Does anybody want it?
Cooley needs a cigarette after a personal moment related to the wonder of band printers and the glory of dot-matrix. Who knew? We also have a good long talk about how soon physical papers will disappear and teach Rafe all about the Konami Code.
Natali Morris fills in for Wilson Tang today and assures our mutual destruction when she "accidentally" spills hot water on the mixer console...the rest of the show is spent worrying about spontaneous electrocution, but we manage to fit in a handful of stories about 3D lego printing, the strange trend of unboxing videos, our favorite April Fool's tech product, and the ongoing "Porn Wikileaks" fallout.
Aviation pioneers you may not have heard of, and a true story retold in 'Good Will Hunting.'
Yes. Snow Leopard reviews are out, and I have my favorite. But the more interesting story is Mozilla finding out that people didn't want to upgrade because they're afraid of the awesome bar exposing their porn. So they introduced private browsing mode fast. We also welcome Jon Strickland from HowStuffWorks to the show and he helps us understand how we can turn any story into an Apple story.
This week on Crave, Veronica Belmont and James Kim discuss: the ridiculous-looking fun of the Nintendo Wii; the new made-for-women phone that stores recipes and alerts when it is time to get pregnant; and the sweaty palm syndrome and how technology can he
"El Escape De Los Sanots" ("The Escape of De Los Santos") is an independent feature film inspired by a true story. Andres De Los Santos, a young man who by mistake gets caught with hunting rifles while crossing to Mexico, is sentenced to 10 years in federal prison. The rifles were registered in the United States and more importantly in Mexico.
Andres discovers that the Mexican judicial system is extremely flawed. There are no juries, no testimony and your are guilty until proven innocent. Andres has one choice. Escape. His escape left everyone baffled. No one could even guess how he did it. Until now.
In what may be the first documented digital hate crime, The 404 tells the story of a professor assaulted in a Parisian McDonalds for wearing a set of cybernetic glasses. This story plus more fast food news and a 150-foot Batman on today's 404 show.