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Ep # Title Original Airdate Link MP3
1097 Beatles Bargain Basement Blowout! Monday, November 2, 2009 [1] [2]
Over at BlueBeat.com, the best MP3-selling Website you've never heard of, has got it all for your listening pleasure, the entire Beatles catalog in MP3 form for just 25 cents each! Get them while you can (which won't be long). In other news, file sharers might buy more music, Bittorrent might save the Internet, and Apple could save the networks (but kill cable).

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1098 Find TuPac and Elvis in Argleton Tuesday, November 3, 2009 [3] [4]
The mystical city of Argleton in the UK appears on Google Maps but presents a face of green empty fields to people in person. What is it hiding? Druids? Wizards? Copyright protection? We also discuss the hot new XPERIA X 10 and the less hot Droid Exchange data plan. Also we can tell you when to watch Cougar Town on Hulu. We never stop our attempts to serve your every need.

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1099 Secret ACTA treaty could break the Internet Wednesday, November 4, 2009 [5] [6]
Leaks from the secret negotiations of the ACTA treaty allege that ISPs worldwide would be required to lose safe-harbor protections, implement three-strike antipiracy policies, and worse. We think this is outrageous. AT&T thinks Verizon is outrageous because of its commercials and so is taking Verizon to court. Also, EMI finally got around to suing BlueBeat.com for selling Beatles tracks online. But you can buy a Beatles USB stick for $280. So, you've got that going for you.

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1100 The Internet is a human right...in Europe Thursday, November 5, 2009 [7] [8]
The European Commission has decided that every citizen has a right to the Internet, but still made it fairly easy for the media industry to cut the Internet off. We also see that Intel is in hot water again. And we ask that perennial question, "Why can't I own a Canadian?" And Google answers.

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1101 LHC-gull kills science with bread Friday, November 6, 2009 [9] [10]
Apparently the Large Hadron Collider is doomed. It can't even survive a bread bombing by birds. The Droid arrived on the scene though, and people actually lined up. However tethering is gonna cost you on the thing. Are you still in love? And Gwen Stefani doesn't like you making her sing Honky Tonk Women.

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1102 We're blocked in China! We made it! Monday, November 9, 2009 [11] [12]
We get an email telling us our podcast RSS feed is now blocked in China after talkign abotu the dispute over World of Warcraft between two Chinese government departments. Really? THAT is what got us blocked. We also get a kick out of good old Grandpa Murdoch's latest ramblings. And happy birthday Firefox. You're vulnerable.

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1103 No cookies for you Europe Tuesday, November 10, 2009 [13] [14]
A new law in Europe protects all citizens from the evils of cookies. Instead of relying on people to operate their own browser, Europe now requires all websites to notify users that they will set cookies. That certainly sounds annoying. Come on over to our freedom-loving US sites, y'all! We also check in on Motorola DROID sales and find out that the MILESTONE kicks the DROID int he butt. And Google has a holiday present for you. And it's free!

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1104 Microsoft hides its hot new TV service Wednesday, November 11, 2009 [15] [16]
Bing has taken over MSN video and it has videos from every network. Why aren't they trumpeting this? We also get really confused by Verizon's unlimited plan that has a limit of 5GB. Does it? Doesn't it? What the hell? And we debate the way Twitter retweets.

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1105 The New Testament of Torrents Thursday, November 12, 2009 [17] [18]
I'm very pleased that LegalTorrents.com has come along to prove that I'm not crazy when I say there are plenty of legal reasons to use torrents. And they even have a torrent of Bible 2.0. Probably with new commandments from the MPAA. We also chat about AMD and Intel making nice, and how long that might last. And Microsoft tries to patent sudo. Yes, they said, "Sudo grant me a patent," I'm sure.

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1106 A tall drink of Moon water Friday, November 13, 2009 [19] [20]
Turns out when we blew up the Moon a few weeks ago we found water! Yay the bottled water companies are presumably planning their trips now. THIS is how we motivate us to get back tot he Moon! We also hear more from old man Murdoch on blocking Google from indexing his newspapers, and Dell launches a smart phone. Does anybody want it?

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1107 Vote for us or the chicken gets it Monday, November 16, 2009 [21] [22]
The Podcast awards are on, and we're up against TWiT again, so we had to get drastic. We will no longer protect your chicken from Dokken if you don't vote for us. So there. Also Psystar is no longer protected from Apple, and Modern Warfare 2 is no longer available in Russia. Whew. So much less availability these days.

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1108 Tracker pulling Tuesday, November 17, 2009 [23] [24]
No, no, fellow residents of southern Illinois, not tractor pulling--tracker pulling! The Pirate Bay has pulled out the trackers, but that doesn't mean you can't download anything. The site's still up for now using a different technology. Also, Google's book deal seems to have been changed, but not enough to satisfy its opponents. And Natali and I get into a philosophical argument.

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1109 In the future we'll all be cats Wednesday, November 18, 2009 [25] [26]
IBM is working on an artificial brain they think they'll have done by 2019. And we figure once that happens, the robots will rise and we will become your pets. And like cats we'll think that we're in charge. In other news, Modern Warfare 2 beats Harry Potter to a pulp, and Verizon and AT&T are a'courting! Actually they're in court. Being sued.

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1110 Apple Tablet is the unicorn of tech Thursday, November 19, 2009 [27] [28]
The rumors about the Apple Tablet are getting crazy and special guest Cali Lewis nails it when she calls it a unicorn. We also get the first look at the Google OS, and nobody is very excited about Microsoft Office 2010. Except the one person who never uses it: me. And we get some of the inside scoop behind the FAA outage.

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1111 Facebook is depressing Friday, November 20, 2009 [29] [30]
Why the long Face...book? A woman battling depression put some pictures of herself having fun privately on Facebook. Somehow the insurance company found them and cut off her benefits saying she looked happy enough and must be cured. Really? We also get further impressions on Google's Chrome OSD now that we've had more time with it, and YouTube pulls a Hulu, but not in the good way.

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1112 Rupert Murdoch battles infinity Monday, November 23, 2009 [31] [32]
Microsoft is apparently willing to pay Rupert Murdoch to block Google from indexing any of his websites. Are we headed towards a world where the search engine you use determines what news you get? Probably not. We explain why Murdoch may be thinking in an old fashioned limited way rather than in the current infinite Internet way. We also declare the patent office baroque. And ask it to lose weight.

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1113 There's no Moore's law for chemistry Tuesday, November 24, 2009 [33] [34]
New Netbook chips promise to increase battery life, which sends Molly into a tizzy about battery life. But battery life does not keep pace with chip law, as Rafe states so well. Also the phone ad wars heat...er...lukewarm up, with some arguably limp responses from Apple. And Opera cooperates with China, sort of.

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1114 Dorks will break your heart Wednesday, November 25, 2009 [35] [36]
A new survey shows the messaging behavior of men and women on dating sites. And it leads Natali to the inevitable conclusion that you shouldn't date dorks. We also talk over the WikiLeaks pager data from the 9/11 events. And BlackBerry gets an eBay app. Why is this such big news?

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1115 Droid does porn Monday, November 30, 2009 [37] [38]
One thing Droid users can lord over iPhone fanatics is the new porn app. Yes, with no Apple adult minding its app catalog, Android users can go adult. We also debate the reality of Cyber Monday and congratulate Twitter on being word of the year. Plus, we know you're all wishing for Macs for Christmas, but you're going to get a Netbook. Amazon doesn't lie.

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