Ep. 1265: Perfect Citizen Video
Did you know that Dave Chappelle was in a "Home Improvement" spinoff sitcom show in the 1990s? All the episodes are on YouTube right now, and we'll trace its history on today's 404 episode.
The 404 podcast crew go to the New York opening of the film 'Star Trek' and talk to fans of the series about the new reboot.
Donald and Jasmine discuss some iPod numbers as well as a troubling issue with the Zune HD that Microsoft appears to be ignoring, at least for the time being. Also on deck is a new music service from Google that's aiming to make your music hunting experience a little easier, and some first impressions on the DoubleTwist software, which has been making waves among Palm Pre and other music phone users. Plus, we have some listener curiosity and hit on the fact that we're not tech support for Dell.
The UTStarcom Coupe 8630 is perfect for senior citizens, kids, or anyone who wants easy and immediate access to an emergency contact, as long as you don't care about having a bare-bones phone.
The Jitterbug OneTouch is a simple, easy-to-use phone that's ideal for senior citizens who want to stay in touch with loved ones.
YouTube launches a live channel, Netflix gets to stream every episode of every series of "Star Trek" ever made, and Steve Jobs is participating in an official biography.
CNET's Elsa Wenzel speaks with GreenCitizen CEO James Kao at his company's San Francisco store to get the facts on high-tech recycling. Hear how GreenCitizen works, and learn about the consequences of hardware going into the garbage.
Super Santa in "Naughty" by Mike Bell and “Christmas Night” by Jim Tyer, Sumo wrestlers in Santa suits, mechanized reindeer, and gigantic radioactive snowmen. None of those things appear in this episode, but we still think they will make you merry! Super Santa in "Naughty" by Mike Bell parodies "Star Trek" and the old 1960s "Batman" TV series in a Santa Claus cartoon that was made for geeks. In “Christmas Night” by Jim Tyer, the king parties (and bathes) with the common folk on Christmas Eve.
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More than 60 firefighters swarm Apple's Cupertino, Calif., headquarters in the early hours Wednesday to extinguish a three-alarm fire that appeared to have started under a ventilation and air-conditioning unit on the roof.
Rafe spills the beans on the "Star Trek" book he wrote as a kid.