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Ep # Title Original Airdate Link MP3
1032 Chat room says no Monday, August 3, 2009 [1] [2]
We could have talked about yet another Apple tablet rumor but the chat room vetoed it. The chat room rulez! We do discuss Google's CEO leaving the Apple board and Microsoft shipping the normal Windows 7 to Europeans. And also robots that can run. That's not a good idea. Especially if they run towards you.

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1033 Special interview with Federal CTO Aneesh Chopra Tuesday, August 4, 2009 [3] [4]
Federal CTO Aneesh Chopra drops by to chat with us about the technology policies of the current US administration. We ask him our own questions as well as some from teh audience. Get Aneesh's takes on Broadband, health care, net neutrality, education, and more.

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1034 Life is short, have pie Tuesday, August 4, 2009 [5] [6]
Radio Shack as we mentioned yesterday is changing to The Shack. But a good restaurant in Connecticut is also called The Shack and has pie. Radio Shack does not have pie. They lose. We also talk about Google's dropping search share and the rumored new PS3.

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1035 Gadget of the year 2006 Wednesday, August 5, 2009 [7] [8]
Donald Bell previewed the Zune HD and it brought him tears of joy. But the rest of us think it's about three years too late. We also debate the need for Google to get into the video codec game and whether you need a pico projector in your camera.

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1036 Twitter Viagra? Thursday, August 6, 2009 [9] [10]
So Twitter has had a hard time staying up today because of a denial of service attack. But we think we have the answer. And it's available in many spam emails for order. We also get in a big fat argument about whether News Corp. will win or lose by charging for all their news sites. But we can all agree on Whisky.

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1037 Podcast of indeterminate lake Friday, August 7, 2009 [11] [12]
I don't know. It must be the low blood sugar but I called us the podcast of indeterminate lake. But we still were able to talk sensibly about the Twitter DoS targeted at one specific person. We also cheer on the FCC as they hold ISPs feet to the fire. And Adobe is the new Microsoft. We'll tell you why.

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1038 Microsoft: It's a change Monday, August 10, 2009 [13] [14]
So at one time before February 2008, you could get a domain name for life if you signed up for Microsoft's Office Live. Today Microsoft says it's no longer free. Even though they said it was free for life. But they did acknowledge that "It's a change." You think? Also you can now deposit your checks via iPhone. Wow.

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1039 Look Timmy, PaPa's got WiFi in his chest Tuesday, August 11, 2009 [15] [16]
We started by reporting on the amazing technology that allows pacemakers to wirelessly transmit diagnostic info to a bedside device making the pacemaker safer and doctor visits shorter. But we found the most compelling fact the idea that this would be WiFi. Which we think should mean hotspots and a mesh network. It solves a lot of problems. Think about it. Also no Apple, Twitter or Google news today. Sorry. There is a robot story.

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1040 i4i wants tooth for tooth from Microsoft Wednesday, August 12, 2009 [17] [18]
The i4i Chairman Loudon Owen joins us to talk about why they're suing Microsoft to prevent selling Word as it is currently. Sounds like they wouldn't mind cash. Also Tr.im is back. And Molly takes them to task for being babies. And Vance gets a Corvette for $14 a month. Or would. If GM honored it's bad math.

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1041 What does the brown Zune do for you? Thursday, August 13, 2009 [19] [20]
The Zune HD is coming in colors. But none of them are brown. And do you really care? We also talk about the ePub format. Will it change the landscape of eBook publications? And also, while we're at it, how the heck should we express fuel efficiency in electric cars? So many questions. At least Kernels are now bug-proof.

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1042 Attack of the BelBots Friday, August 14, 2009 [21] [22]
We learn that not only is a botnet using Twitter to store some of its data but that botnet follow Veronica. Who is a bot herself. We also ponder why leaked pictures of the Dell smartphone are so blurry. And bad news folks. Looks like no tablet for the Apple announcement, but it sounds like it will be in September.

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1043 Nobody wants gummi gas Monday, August 17, 2009 [23] [24]
A caller wonders what happens to the Chevy Volt if you have the gas in there too long. Does the gas go bad? Well, it could get gummy. And nobody wants gummy gas. or gummi gas either. Not tasty. We also take the SEC conference to task for trying to ban Twitter and photos during their football games. Seriously? Also China got a Dell phone. But will they want it?

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1044 Back that app up Tuesday, August 18, 2009 [25] [26]
Palm's adding more apps to a commercialized app store. It's calling it the app catalog, which got us thinking about all the different names we could have for app stores. We also get a little excited about the new Sony PS3 slim. Does it herald in the resurgence of the PS3? Probably not. Will it help Blu-ray? Maybe a little.

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1045 IE8: World's most secure browser Wednesday, August 19, 2009 [27] [28]
A new study shows that Internet Explorer 8 is the most secure browser in the world. Who paid for the study? Guess. We also uncover the Twitter mafia and a new alliance to fight malware. And Molly's dream of running her car on chickens comes closer to reality.

NOTE: There is no video for today's episode due to a technical error. That's right, you can go ahead and blame Jason for this one. Sorry. --Jason

1046 Talk to the wrist Thursday, August 20, 2009 [29] [30]
LG announced that Orange in the U.K. will have the exclusive rights to sell the watch phone. But will anyone who isn't a d-bag want one? We discuss. We also get excited about RIM bringing full Flash to its phones. And Jason forgets how Tom's mind works.

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1047 Stab it out Friday, August 21, 2009 [31] [32]
Rafe and I get in a fight over Windows 7's loose activation policy. Brian suggests we hug out. Rafe and I seem to prefer stabbing it out. We also take Flickr to task for censoring images and wonder why the Internet addiction center is so expensive.

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1048 Is Apple lying to the FCC? Monday, August 24, 2009 [33] [34]
Apple's letter to the FCC makes some pretty incredible claims about what Google Voice does to the iPhone's phone functionality. TechCrunch calls them misleading when they're being nice. To us, they sound like lies. We're also kinda taken with the Nokia laptop. Yes, Nokia is making a laptop. And of course the week of stars kicks off with guest host Patrick Beja.

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1049 The Pirate Bay will never die.... and neither will SCO Tuesday, August 25, 2009 [35] [36]
Monarchy, mercantilism, and Talmudic tech are on the table today. We get a little obscure in our references...at least I do...but Leo and Brian keep us on track talking about the new Sony Reader, and how the Pirate Bay is unkillable. In bad news, SCO is back, and this time it's personal.

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1050 Break your 4GB Windows RAM shackles Wednesday, August 26, 2009 [37] [38]
We discuss the developing story that the 4GB RAM limit in Windows is nothing but a license maneuver. Say it ain't so Microsoft? Also Apple may be trying to sneak in antivirus in Snow Leopard, and guest host Dr. Kiki tells about MIT's effort to teleport data. No more lag in Dalaran!

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1051 Firefox 3.5, now safe for porn Thursday, August 27, 2009 [39] [40]
Yes. Snow Leopard reviews are out, and I have my favorite. But the more interesting story is Mozilla finding out that people didn't want to upgrade because they're afraid of the awesome bar exposing their porn. So they introduced private browsing mode fast. We also welcome Jon Strickland from HowStuffWorks to the show and he helps us understand how we can turn any story into an Apple story.

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1052 An actual piece of horse Friday, August 28, 2009 [41] [42]
I'm not sure why I mentioned an actual piece of horse, but it had to do with trojan horses and mysterious laptops showing up at Governor's offices around the US. We also help you get hooked up with Snow Leopard compatibility and warn you against a couple of scary government initiatives.

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1053 Stay healthy, stay fat Monday, August 31, 2009 [43] [44]
Sure Apple has made their September 9 announcement official, and yeah Disney is buying Marvel and will soon own Spider-man. But we're most concerned about RIBA the robot bear who's coming to get our unhealthy thin humans. Protect yourself! Keep out of beds and wheelchairs and for heaven's sake stay over 135 pounds!

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