Fandom

Buzz Out Loud Wiki

Episode Guide - May 2005

1,341pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

The following is a list of Buzz Out Loud episodes that aired in May 2005.

NotationsEdit

Episode numbers listed in italics have not yet been audibly confirmed.

EpisodesEdit

v
Episode Guides
Most Recent On Top
2011

2010
  • Dec - 1361 - 1379
  • Nov - 1346 - 1360
  • Oct - 1325 - 1345
  • Sept - 1304 - 1324
  • Aug - 1282 - 1303
  • Jul - 1261 - 1281
  • Jun - 1239 - 1260
  • May - 1219 - 1238
  • Apr - 1197 - 1218
  • March - 1175 - 1196
  • Feb - 1156 - 1174
  • Jan - 1038 - 1155

2009
  • Dec - 1116 - 1137
  • Nov - 1097 - 1115
  • Oct - 1075 - 1096
  • Sept - 1054 - 1074
  • Aug - 1032 - 1053
  • Jul - 1009 - 1031
  • Jun - 986 - 1008
  • May - 965 - 985
  • Apr - 943 - 964
  • March - 921 - 942
  • Feb - 902 - 920
  • Jan - 883 - 901

2008
  • Dec - 862 - 882
  • Nov - 844 - 861
  • Oct - 821 - 843
  • Sept - 800 - 820
  • Aug - 779 - 799
  • Jul - 757 - 778
  • Jun - 736 - 756
  • May - 715 - 735
  • Apr - 693 - 714
  • March - 672 - 692
  • Feb - 652 - 671
  • Jan - 632 - 651

2007

2006

2005
Ep # Title Original Airdate Link MP3
8 Microsoft turns to blogging Monday, May 2, 2005 N/A [1]
Microsoft has bloggers shilling for Longhorn a.k.a. Vista. Sony robot Qrio is going to school in San Diego since March. It falls down a lot. San Francisco has free Wi-Fi by a private company. Twenty states are trying to stop city government supported Wi-Fi. Adam Curry is the “podfather” and is going to have a podcast show on Sirius Radio.
9 Sober worm out of hand Wednesday, May 4, 2005 N/A [2]
Sober worm is flooding Molly’s in-box, don’t open attachments people. Apple’s Tiger is broken in at least twenty ways. Dartmouth College has Wi-Fi for phone, cable, and internet. Tom says “I give it five years, Wi-Fi everywhere in the whole US.”
10 Verizon says stop whining Friday, May 6, 2005 N/A [3]
Verizon says that cell phones are not supposed to work in your house. California has a bill to prevent selling of violent video games to minors. Microsoft releases Windows Mobile 5 “Magneto” . Molly likes her Treo 600 but is thinking about a Windows mobile device.
11 Was Google hacked? Monday, May 9, 2005 N/A [4]
Google went down Saturday, redirected to another site. Palm has NDA on Life Drive but everybody is talking about it and Amazon has it listed on their site. Michael Dell invests 99.5 million dollars in Red Hat. Sample code for two exploits in Firefox released.
12 Man dunks PC in oil Wednesday, May 11, 2005 N/A [5]
Computer submerged in oil, it is really quiet. MTV’s Xbox 360 special all over the internet. Yahoo announces subscription music service in WMA format. “MP3 is never going to be the business model” says Tom. Molly hates iTunes but loves her pink iPod “Mr. Pink”.
13 Got German spam? Monday, May 16, 2005 N/A [6]
2000 German spam emails in Molly’s email, Tom only got 200 to 300. Don’t open attachments. New consoles will be announced at E3, but Tom has little hope for the Nintendo Revolution a.k.a. the Wii. Supreme Court allows interstate wine selling in the USA. Grungy keyboards, don’t eat over your keyboard.
14 New Sony, Xbox and more Wednesday, May 18, 2005 N/A [7]
E3 news, Sony Play Station 3 is the center of the buzz. Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith will be in the theaters. Spoof video crashes British Military servers. Senator Ted Stevens Social Security Number can be had for $60 on the internet.
15 Star Wars leaked online Friday, May 20, 2005 N/A [8]
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith was a good movie, according to Tom and Molly. Netscape 8 was released and patched within 24 hours. HP Lance Armstrong Live Strong L2000 laptop released, no it is not yellow. Google has a personalized page and you can drag things around.
16 Miscreants, missions and manuscripts Tuesday, May 24, 2005 N/A [9]
Virus encrypts files and will only decrypt it if you pay $200. Shuttle Discovery will lunch in July. Apple will include podcasts in iTunes. Google may be sued for scanning academic journals.
17 Spam zombies, gas lightsabers and more Wednesday, May 25, 2005 N/A [10]
PVR, or are they DVR, are selling well. FTC requests ISP to shutdown spam zombies. Nokia announces tablet/PDA, a.k.a. the Nokia 770. Don’t fill fluorescent light tubes with gasoline and use them as a light sabers.
18 IE vs. Netscape, Star Wars and phone call Friday, May 27, 2005 N/A [11]
The first telephone call played in the podcast, no they will not supply the podcast on tape! Indy500 cars now have VOIP and wireless. Homeland Security shuts down Star Wars torrent site. Microsoft Internet Explorer’s XML rendering is broken by Netscape 8, Microsoft says remove Netscape 8, buzz crew says try Firefox instead.

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.