Ep. 1207: Dropping the EFF bomb on the RIAA and MPAA Video
This flashback was chosen based on the description in the Buzz Out Loud wiki... "The Best Molly/MerritRant in Forever or Just In a Long Time." That's good enough for me!
Hilarious RIAA television spot warning downloaders about impending home searches
If you thought the Mustang couldn't get any bigger, badder, or better, then you definitely have to take a look at the 2013 incarnation of the classic muscle car.
We've got a preview of some new EA games, Comcast says it wants to give you more broadband for free, and Microsoft grabs a patent for technology that bleeps out prolific profanity.
With both of our backup engineers missing in action, Mark Licea takes up his old post and helps run the board. We'll try to defend Las Vegas in spite of the Heart Attack Grill, weigh the possibility of Apple releasing their own smartwatch, and question the role of Twitter in crime coverage.
This week, Molly's got a problem with the U.S. Patent Office, and it ain't pretty.
Hackers are targeting everything from defense contractors (for obvious reasons) to PBS (for slightly less obvious reasons related to their journalistic integrity), and frankly, we were sad to hear that Tupac actually isn't alive somewhere in New Zealand. Also, my report from Area 51, what Apple will deliver at WWDC, and the best Lady Gaga/KFC chicken Photoshop we've ever seen. --Molly
Here we go again. This week, a special pre-iPhone episode that we'll hate ourselves for in the morning.
The Sony Ericsson W880i is a decent multimedia cell phone, but we couldn't get past the poorly designed controls.
The Samsung SGH-A637 has multimedia prowess, but we couldn't get past its design flaws and variable call quality.