Ep. 966: Where it's all the same in the end Video
With Justin Yu still arguing with a airline representative at LAX, Jeff invites CNET Executive Editor David Carnoy onto the show to talk about his new book "The Big Exit." Also joining the show today is CNET TV reviewer Ty Pendlebury.
Leaked from today's 404 episode: Ty Pendlebury joins Jeff to talk about Australia, this season's best TVs, EA, and the rhythm games that refuse to die.
Scott Stein joins Jeff Bakalar on this episode of the 404. The guys geek out over the plot line in The Last of Us, roll their eyes at today's insane weather coverage and hypothesize about the next Star Wars film.
Leaked from today's episode: recruiting gamers as volunteers during real-life disasters, Spike Jonze's new movie about a sentient operating system, getting pissed at Shark Week mockumentaries, and an app that puts you in touch with the dead.
Ty Pendlebury joins us to wrap up the week, starting with an introduction to the most unique export out of Australia. We'll also show Jeff how to throw up the rock at tonight's Jay-Z concert, chat about Neil Young's new high-resolution music service, and discuss the many online faces of Generation Y, aka gurning
Our favorite Australian Ty Pendlebury joins us on this last 404 episode before the Superbowl of technology begins--otherwise known as CES.
"Her," by Spike Jonze, is a movie that follows a modern man as he falls in love with his operating system. Naturally, we'll need an entire show to review it, and CNET's Ty Pendlebury and Sarah Tew sub in for Jeff to join the conversation. Warning: This episode contains spoilers!
In Jeff's absence, Wilson takes the reigns as chief engineer for the show...and runs it in to the ground. Just kidding! Today we invite host of The Green Show and longtime 404 friend, Mark Licea, to join us in a few stories about a handy iPhone app, traveling water bottles, Facebook jealousy, Internet addiction, and a hilarious Calls From the Public!
On today's show, we talk about beautifupeople.com, a Web site that is finally coming to the United States, which only beautiful people are allowed to join. That's right: in order to join this dating Web site, you have to be pretty. Users must submit their pictures, then the community decides whether you're hot enough to join. Unfortunately, Jeff and Wilson will likely get rejected. We'll let you know what Mark finds out on the Web site.
CNET TV Editor Ty Pendlebury sits down with The 404 Podcast and dishes his thoughts on the the new Apple iPad, the return of Sim City, the Netflix channel, and the constant threat of Australian drop bears.