Ep. 795: Where we're shutting down for the weekend Video
On today's episode, "woot" makes it into the Oxford English Dictionary, juice-hacking threatens user privacy, and a virtual hit-man service charges $10 an hour for DDoS attacks.
It's Friday the 13th, but nothing is creepier than this morning's news about Ashton Kutcher replacing Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men. On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, we're talking about the list of other potential castings for the slot, the Library of Congress launching a National Jukebox, a pricey out of court settlement from Limewire, and a user-submitted picture of Natali Morris that's too wrong not to show.
Hasbro left it up to the Internet to choose the new Monopoly token, but even a Facebook promotion and a Webful of cats can't make the board game relevant again. This story plus Pebble watch growing pains, the end of USPS weekend delivery, and more on today's 404 episode.
Natali Del Morris and Jill Schlesinger highlight today's show of texting 911 and Oprah's favorite things.
On today's 404 Podcast, we dig into some tech stories that surfaced this weekend, like the NBC Twitter page hack on Friday, video game manufacturers getting huge tax breaks, and a study that claims Spongebob Squarepants may be dangerous to your children's mental development.
Fresh from San Francisco where she was covering last week's Apple announcements, Natali Del Conte joins us on the today's pop-culture-y episode.
Wilson's taking a three-day weekend to recuperate from last week's Apple madness, so Natali takes his place to kick off this week of Apple-free episodes...not.
Leaked from today's 404: weekend experiments in public nudity, someone's downloading porn in the Vatican, burning iPhones out of respect for the dead, and an update on the Xbox "Infinity."
It's Natali Morris's penultimate episode and National High Five Day! Wilson's back on the show after yesterday's trip to the NY Auto Show, and today we're chewing the beef between Lady Gaga and Weird Al Yankovic and chatting about a 3D porno topping box office records in China, a dispute over Apple's environmental footprint, and a pair of 2D glasses that just make things more natural.
In today's episode of Loaded, Natali Morris questions the Internet as the force behind the Egyptian uprising.