What if everyone watched CNET Live? Video
What if everyone watched CNET Live? Video Transcript
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>> What if everyone watched CNET Live. There sure would be a lot less tech confusion out there. Well, except for Vista. Tom would start getting 400 dollar hair cuts and live in Hawaii, not just talk about its time zone. We'd be recognized at every Best Buy and Comp USA but we still couldn't accept the freebies; dammit. ^M00:00:31 [ Music ] ^M00:00:33
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