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The following is a list of Buzz Out Loud episodes that aired in December 2006.

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2005
Ep # Title Original Airdate Link MP3
367 Copying movies? Get a vault Friday, December 1, 2006 [1] [2]
The MPAA says that they're allowed to make an illegal copy of a movie, because, you know, they're the MPAA. And they're keeping it in a vault, so no one can ever get it. Right. And on a serious note, please read our coverage of missing CNET editor James Kim and family.
Extra Interview with Gary Shapiro Friday, December 1, 2006 N/A [3]
Talked about the problems of DRM and legal aspects of such technology.
368 No, seriously, don't tax my gnome Monday, December 4, 2006 [4] [5]
It seems as though we're closer to an inevitable MMORPG tax. It probably won't affect your average player, but anyone making real-world money will have to start sending a portion to the IRS. In other news, there are some good Mac rumors today, and Kevin Rose will probably lose his secret contact at Apple.
369 We're moving to the moon Tuesday, December 5, 2006 [6] [7]
Luckily, if all goes wrong on Earth after the year 2020, we might have a base on the moon available. Maybe someone will even take my advice and start terraforming the moon, so it can be like a little vacation spot for adventurous Earth-dwellers. A girl can dream.
370 In Memory of James Kim Thursday, December 7, 2006 N/A [8]
A short description for this episode has not yet been provided.
371 Back, and ready for noodles Monday, December 11, 2006 [9] [10]
A special "thank you" to everyone who wrote in and called this past week; it means a lot to us. But the tech news continues, starting with a surprise victory this season for the Nintendo DS. It probably helps that the thing doesn't cost $600!
372 Attitude control Tuesday, December 12, 2006 [11] [12]
This episode really shows what I know about controlling spacecraft (which, frankly, isn't much). But the real news of the day is that Ted "Tubes" Stevens's telecom bill has died, at least for this year. Netizens, rejoice!
373 Toasted RFID tag: Yum! Wednesday, December 13, 2006 [13] [14]
Toasting really does make everything taste better, doesn't it? Today, Skype is really cranking up the deals and services, hopefully to stay ahead of competitor Vonage. But goodwill is being done by the Pirate Bay, which is trying to stand up for AllofMP3. I guess someone has to!
374 Bill Gates hates DRM Thursday, December 14, 2006 [15] [16]
Oh, you read right. Bill Gates thinks you should just buy CDs and rip them! I'm liking this guy more and more every day. Speaking of which, eMusic sold its 100 millionth DRM-free song! Music execs, take note.
375 DivX goes high-def Friday, December 15, 2006 [17] [18]
Maybe we'll get a little more excited about the format wars now that there's a third competitor: DivX. Hopefully its version of high- definition discs will be less expensive, possibly even driving down the prices of HD DVD and Blu-ray. Or, maybe we should just wait for the next gen.
376 Once in a GooMoon Monday, December 18, 2006 [19] [20]
We've got phone rumors up the wazoo today! First, the iPhone isn't exactly what we were anticipating. At all. Second, Google and Orange are planning their own phone together, designed by HTC. Finally, make sure to stick around for the end of the podcast. You won't regret it!
377 Internet illegal Down Under Tuesday, December 19, 2006 [21] [22]
Could it be the end of the Internet as we know it? Yes, if certain people (who just don't get it) in Australia have their way! Linking to anything copyrighted would become illegal, which would bring the Internet to a grinding halt. Let's hope that's not how it goes.
378 Your Web site makes me sick Wednesday, December 20, 2006 [23] [24]
No, seriously. It makes me physically ill. We redesigned CNET for a reason, folks! Just kidding. Anyhow, today is a day of class action lawsuits: Sony finally settled their rootkit cases in Texas and California, and Nintendo is facing a suit of their own over the Wiimote straps. 'Tis the season to be suing!
379 2007 Fabulous Prediction Show! Error: Invalid time. N/A [25]
A short description for this episode has not yet been provided.
380 2006 Prediction Results Thursday, December 21, 2006 N/A [26]
A short description for this episode has not yet been provided.
381 Highlights of 2006 Error: Invalid time. N/A [27]
A short description for this episode has not yet been provided.

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