Ep. 1340: Where we crank it up to study Video
Spotify trends guru Shanon Cook pops back into the studio for a quick appearance today, giving a rundown of all the songs catching fire on Spotify this week.
Spotify's Shanon Cook delivers the top 10 viral songs from Spotify and then Mark and Jeff preview Deadpool and The Bureau: XCOM Declassified.
Spotify trend expert Shanon Cook is our guest on today's 404 episode. She'll tell us what's cool on Spotify this week and introduce us to a few new artists. Programming note: this is a Macklemore-free show.
On today's show, we discover that he may not be a fan, but Rafe makes a mean Mario for Halloween. We give him a good sendoff with cake and bourbon as Brian Tong prepares to join the show. Oh, and there's news: Facebook wants to try out peer-pressure ad targeting, Boxee gets some painkillers and a bedpan and gets sent home from deathwatch. And the best iPhone costume ever. --Molly
Daily tech news analyzed by the experts.
Recaps and pictures from last night's 404 Meetup, and Steve Guttenberg joins us with another list of ideas poking at his mind grapes.
Sphere's Law of Recurring Subject Matter argues that, given enough time, all conversations with Steve Guttenberg will inevitably become audiocentric. As usual, The Audiophiliac brings a ransom list of talking points today, including Spotify robbing musicians, Benford's law, Say Yes to the Dress, and a Monoprice controversy.
Jeff's absence means we get to handpick our guest hosts all week, and today CNET producer Cheryl Holloway gives us her take on hacking luxury toilets, wearable tooth sensors, twerking how-tos, and the unavoidable evil of popular DJ drops.
Leaked from The 404 1,011: Zombie melee team picks, new iPad review round-ups, laser un-printers, and the 15 most popular faces on Facebook.
CNET Labs Editor Joseph Kaminksi is filling in for Jeff today, who's on staycation all week in New Jersey. As usual, Joseph aka OZONE brings us a handful of stories from the tech world to discuss, including a study showing Internet Explorer users have a lower IQ, a CPR site that lets you touch chests with no legal repercussions, and a Web app that calculates exactly how much time you'll spend in jail for your crime!