Ep. 965: Where we tell everyone about it Video
Wilson's out sick today so CNET Labs' Joseph Kaminski fills in with a 7-second delay, just in case. Today we're discussing the controversial details of Steve Jobs' use of psychedelic drugs, what's being taught at Cupertino's Apple University, precrime becoming a reality, and this morning's speedbumps for iPhone 4S pre-orders.
It's our last week of 404 podcasts for 2011! We'll be back in the new year for a round of LIVE CES COVERAGE, but Wilson's not feeling well today so Joseph Kaminski fills in for an update on kid tech. This year's most-wanted gift is the LeapPad by Leap Frog, a junior tablet with games, eBooks, and apps that help kids learn...and also frees up the TV for Dad to watch the game.
Happy Chinese New Year! Our buddy from the CNET Labs Joseph Kaminski sits in for Wilson while he's out stuffing himself with mooncake and lighting illegal fireworks.
CNET's Joseph Kaminski test flies the Parrot AR.Drone
A hilarious comedy in the vein of "Something About Mary" and "Dumb and Dumber" and chock-full of Larry the Cable Guy?s trademark, take-no-prisoners humor, "Larry The Cable Guy: Health Inspector" marks the arrival of a new low-brow hero. The film is directed by Trent Cooper, and also stars Joe Pantoliano, Joanna Cassidy, Tom Wilson and Tony Hale.
Show topics include Happy Wi-Fi day, everyone! We're celebrating 8.02.11 with the return of Joseph Kaminski on the show today, and he's giving away free Wi-Fi refills all day to celebrate.
Show topics include a Joseph Kaminski from Digital City fills in for Jeff in the wake of last night's snowbotomy. Today we chat about the PSP2, dining with a social network, and Joey shares his tips on how to segue from an online chat to in-person meetup- it's harder than you think!
Does Monster intentionally engineer its headphones to leak sound? Joseph Kaminski joins The 404 for a discussion about this and more noise offenses on today's podcast.
The 1990s produced so many of our favorite music, movies, toys, and TV shows that we're making this a tribute to the decade. We're talking Supersoakers, TGIF, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Green Day, Dumb & Dumber, Seinfeld, Nerf Guns, Discmans, and more!
Don't dump your Apple stock before you listen to today's episode, because Wilson's going to tell us why Apple will survive the resignation of Steve Jobs. Wilson lets go of a couple tears before we lighten up a bit with a slightly less upsetting fact: the Web is older than incoming college freshmen.