Ep. 1157: Where we live in a van down by the river Video
Twitter shines in another moment for citizen journalism and the internet. And then there's that guy who live-tweeted the whole raid, without knowing about it. Sony officially apologizes for the PSN outage and they're giving back to the users, but is it enough? And we "Like" what the BOL Menu is serving.
This week on Crave, NASA gets behind an effort to 3D-print food, including pizza. A man plays the guitar and sings during his own live-tweeted brain surgery. And we wish the Ethernet a very happy birthday.
Brian Cooley imagines life in a parallel universe where the Mac reigns supreme.
On today's 404 episode, we'll discuss the many ways that you can lose your sexual dignity online. From Bang With Friends to Google Street View to Grindr and OKCupid involuntary flash mobs, use this show as a how not to conduct yourself online.
Anonymous is a nebulous and faceless group that normally lives comfortably on the Internet. It has chosen to step into meatspace on this particular day to face off with the Church of Scientology, an organization that it considers to be illegal and immorally coercive. Scientology labels Anonymous a cyber terrorist group. Irina pays a visit to the Church's San Francisco headquarters to get a sense of what all the fuss is about.
Jeff's back and today we're talking about NHL 2K11, tattoos, New Jersey's latest "quiet commute" cars, Microsoft's Windows 7 funeral procession (boo), and more!
There's no chat room viewers to keep us on topic now that we've stopped live streaming, so fair warning: we spend most of the first half explaining the concept of Goodwill stores to Jeff, whose ignorance I still suspect is a veiled attempt at live trolling.
With just over 300,000 people living in Iceland, it's safe to say that everyone is related. You can imagine what this does to the dating pool, so the country developed an app...to prevent incest. 100% serious.
Leaked from today's 404 podcast: Designated tweeting seats pop up in theaters, an app that can detect Photoshopping, Apple TV rumors, and a Facebook security hole that lets you view private photos!
We're thrilled about Amazon's new Cloud Drive and Cloud Player, but the record labels might not be -- so good for them for potentially forcing that anti-consumer claptrap out into the open. Also, we might complain a lot about our Internet issues, but at least we don't live in Canada. Plus, the Color hack you knew was coming, and our official advice: don't use it. Plus, can the hypnotizing baby blues of Jack Dorsey turn the Twitter ship around? We'll see. --Molly