Ep. 1208: Where we're a heartbeat away Video
We tried so hard to enjoy various good news items today, like how the DirecTV TiVo is coming in 2010, Sony is climbing up the game console sale charts, and the tech sector is finally hiring again and making money and stuff! But ... you know. There's also Sony's refusal to refund retailers who give money back to unhappy PS3 owners, Ireland trying to censor the Internet, and Ning working as hard as possible to lose every single one of its users. We tried, though. We really did. --Molly
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A documentary about a really, really dirty joke
This seductive Norwegian pop artist invites you to "feel her heartbeat."
Can a homemade MP3 player beat the worst-rated player in CNET history? Prizefight asks the tough questions.
404 listeners Derrick the Unofficial 404 Photographer and Henry the Unofficial 404 Uncle surprise us in the office today with breakfast! Well, kind of. Chicken feet, anyone?
Caroline McCarthy and Uncle Henry join The 404 today to chat about last weekend's New York Marathon. Congrats to Caroline for finishing her first 26.2-mile race!
Buddy exposes the in-store Santa for the fake that he is.
Our editors give you a sneak peek at the Eaton Home Heartbeat from the floor at CES.
Today we'll expose a ring of identify thieves hijacking your personal data and using it to fill out fake online dating profiles, complete with your real name and photos! We'll also talk Tinder, purgatory, and the Pope.