Ep. 981: Where the world is a vampire Video
Wayne Brady drops by the studio and takes a stand against Internet haters, in all their forms: Twitter, Xbox Live, and Facebook. He'll also give us his take on violence in video games, preview his upcoming improv show on ABC, and reveal details about his smartphone app in the works, tentatively called "Is Wayne Brady Gonna Have to Choke a _______"
The days of fast-forwarding through commercials on your DVR may soon come to an end, if Time Warner gets its way. Rants ahoy on today's episode of The 404.
Guy Fieri is without a doubt the Nickelback of the food industry, but does his Times Square restaurant deserve so much hate? The New York Times thinks so, and The 404 agrees.
Twitter shines in another moment for citizen journalism and the internet. And then there's that guy who live-tweeted the whole raid, without knowing about it. Sony officially apologizes for the PSN outage and they're giving back to the users, but is it enough? And we "Like" what the BOL Menu is serving.
The Sleep Doctor Michael Breus is back in the studio answering your questions and telling us about his new book, "The Sleep Doctor's Diet Plan: Lose Weight through Better Sleep." We also have two copies of the book to give away, so be sure to follow The Sleep Doctor and The 404 on Twitter, mention both of us in a tweet, and you'll be on your way boosting your metabolism, decreasing your hunger, and increasing your energy and willpower through a good night's rest!
GoDaddy joins Google in the fight against Chinese censorship, Gmail will help you identify malicious e-mail, and the latest player in the 3D space is God via CatholicTV.
The 404 is complete once again, forming flying Vs and throwing knuckle pucks that would make Gordon Bombay proud. The first story to mention is the return of The Red Kid (not that one, Jeff), but this time to Twitter! It's about time, Conan, but you know you're a little late to the Twitter game when you get beaten by His Holiness the Dalai Lama himself. It's good to have Conan back, and he might even be coming to a city near you!
Aunt Jill's in a dancing mood on the day before our Thanksgiving break, but also because she just hit 7,000 followers on Twitter! To pay it forward, she'll answer questions from our chat room on in-house financing, no-load targeted retirement funds, and more.
Today's stories include a quick review of Spotify and the new Sonos small network speaker, a California ruling that makes Facebook trolling a crime, and a Web site that reveals previously deleted tweets of any Twitter user.
Topics discussed on today's 404 episode include Nintendo Power calling it quits, a DIY BioShock pinball game, summer hit songs relying on social followings for replay value, and the Internet implodes as Avril Lavigne announces her engagement to Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger.