Ep. 830: Where "sorry" does not put the crackers in our stomachs Video
Taj Mahal Badalandabad (Kal Penn) leaves behind Coolidge College for the halls of Camford University, where he looks to continue his education and teach an uptight student how to make the most of his academic career.
Alumwire co-founders Aaron and Allan Sahagun sit down with CNET News.com's Miriam Olsson to discuss what inspired their start-up, a social-networking site that aids recent college grads in landing a job.
Fable III is Peter Molyneux's third tale in the epic action adventure RPG where every decision you make has an impact on your character's ultimate fate.
Vivian Chan, a recent graduate of San Francisco State University, and Jim Seeto, president of the SFSU chapter of a student group called Information Management Systems Association, speak with News.com Executive Editor Mike Yamamoto about technology curricula at U.S. colleges and the influence of offshore outsourcing on career decisions.
Planetary Resources co-founders Peter Diamandis and Eric Anderson discuss the space startup's goal to mine nearby asteroids for water, platinum, and other natural minerals for use on Earth.
At Macworld 2006, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs shows off the latest GarageBand application and uses it for his own podcast where he rumors about an 8-pound iPod.\r\n
Box.net's co-founder and CEO Aaron Levie announces OpenBox, a new offering where existing online services are integrated directly into Box.net's online storage service in turnkey fashion, without the need for software developers to mash them up for you.
"American Gun" is a powerful series of interwoven storylines that bring to light how the proliferation of guns in America dramatically affect and shape the every day lives of its citizens. The film opens at the start of another day in a Virginia gun store, where owner Carl (Donald Sutherland), continues to sidestep controversy while running the shop he loves. His newest employee is his granddaughter Mary Ann (Linda Cardellini), a college student pressured to spend a semester in the family business. Despite her misgivings, curiosity overcomes her as she is slowly seduced by the weapons she sells. Across the country in Oregon, Janet (Marcia Gay Harden) is suffering through a television interview marking the third anniversary of her older son's high school shooting rampage and suicide. As a single mother, she worries for her younger son David (Christopher Marquette) who is now the same age his brother was when he committed the terrible acts. While dealing with his own rage and grief, David quietly falls for Tally (Nikki Reed), the new girl in town. Meanwhile, Frank, a middle-aged deputy, watches the interview intently; still haunted by vicious accusations that he could have prevented the tragedy. On Chicago's gritty west side, principal Carl (Forest Whitaker) struggles to keep his violent inner-city high school from self destructing. His wife Sara (Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon) desperately fears for the safety of their young son. When ace student Jay (Arlen Escarpeta) is caught hiding a handgun, both principal and student find themselves facing decisions they never wanted to make.
Chicago filmmaker Joe Swanberg's "Kissing on the Mouth" is a confrontational and startling film that pulls out all the stops in the way it explores issues of sex and infidelity within post-college relationships. Ellen is sleeping with her exboyfriend and trying to ignore the fact he's looking for more than just sex. Her roommate, Patrick, isn't helping matters with his secretive and jealous behavior. The small cast served as the only crew on this intimate, often humorous film featuring frank dialogue, explicit sex, and real interviews with recent college graduates.
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