Ep. 1367: Where we cryptophase to an algorave Video
It's a shoestring-and-gum operation around here, and someone took our gum. But somehow, we've got another show for you today, and we're talking more Wikileaks Web warring (WWW3, perhaps?), Google activating 300,000 phones a day, and Apple's refusal to let you donate money via iPhone apps (and weirdly robotic response). --Molly
Today we'll report a handful of stories, including a study of the "lost boy" generation and the Machinima network, NSA's secret Google tricks, "Pinterest Stress" affecting your Mom, and the music business in American prisons.
Will electronic musicians like Skrillex and Deadmau5 soon be replaced by music that evolves and writes itself? On today's 404 episode, the guys get a taste of the Microsoft Surface tablet, speculate about the future of public transportation, and more!
Professional snowboarder Kevin Pearce talks to The 404 about snowboarding, an injury during training earlier this year, a new line of Frends headphones, and this weekend's NYC Buddy Walk!
Turns out your iPhone headphones can control more than just your phone. This Quick Tip shows you their hidden secret.
Our guest today is Saddie Gennis, professional couch potato and staff editor for TV Guide online. She'll update us on all the new shows making the rounds this season and gives a little insight into her obsession with Veronica Mars, Supernatural, and Scandal. More TV talk plus the day's tech headlines including a profile on people that who hate music and a social network called Livr that turns your binge drinking into a game!
The AfterShokz Sports M2 will appeal to people who want a comfortable headphone that you don't have to wear in your ears. Just don't expect them to provide a great listening experience -- for music, anyway.
Last week, a video of an sign language interpreter working at a Wu-Tang show had plenty of music lovers wondering about the job. We'll investigate today on the woman behind the signs.
New York's Mayor Bloomberg is putting out a call for young people to turn down their music players to protect their ears, but are consumers unjust casualties of the music industry's war on loud music? We'll turn the spotlight on headphone manufacturers and find out exactly why digital music is making us go deaf.
Bridget Carey is in again for Justin Yu on a show where we try and wrap our heads around the fact that we've sent a robot to the Martian surface. Plus, we'll look at the first headphones for cats, how to pack an emergency drive, an over-the-top Batcave home theater, and a story about the current worst word in the English language