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Ep # Title Original Airdate Link MP3
1054 Violating terms of service is not a crime Tuesday, September 1, 2009 [1] [2]
A judge has determined that violating terms of service is bad, but it's not tantamount to unauthorized access of a computer system. Good news for jailbreakers and hackintosh perpetrators. Also Opera 10 is out. I know. I know. But some of you really do care.

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1055 Sign me up for awesome Wednesday, September 2, 2009 [3] [4]
3D TV? Augmented reality in your contacts? The world is getting awesome. Unless you have an Xbox 360. But it's birthday season too. fourty years ago today, the first bits were sent over the nascent Internet. One year ago today, Google gave out comic books to announce Google Chrome.

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1056 Time to get a pimp Thursday, September 3, 2009 [5] [6]
Ok, but just to be clear, when I say it's time for me to get a pimp, what I MEAN is that it's time to get a PMP -- a portable media player. That is, perhaps, an iPod Touch. Anyway, you'll understand. In other news, the MPAA is trying to clamp down on your analog hole and break your DVR all at the same time and Apple's Snow Leopard is having a rough landing ... apparently because of the picture on the box.

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1057 Bridge Out Loud Friday, September 4, 2009 [7] [8]
The monkeys are running the zoo: Rafe Needleman, Brian Cooley, and Brian Tong, with producer Lynn Fu, cover the iPhone finally getting MMS, Google's patent on its home page, Amazon re-delivering 1984 to Kindle, and the closure of the Oakland side of the Bay Bridge.

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1058 Windows 7: Set it and forget it Tuesday, September 8, 2009 [9] [10]
We realize the problem with an OS installation party is there's nothing to do. We also warn you about the great iPod camera shortage of 2009. If it's real. And we all like the Asus Eee-reader. Too bad that and the glasses-free 3D TV aren't real... yet.

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1059 Nano Goes retro with FM radio Wednesday, September 9, 2009 [11] [12]
Apple announcements were a little mundane. The One More Thing was an iPod Nano with a camera. We were more impressed with the fact that they added an FM radio. But really that's the No. 2 story. The Palm Pixi caught our eye for top billing. Should it catch yours?

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1060 PigeonNet beats DSL in South Africa Thursday, September 10, 2009 [13] [14]
A 4 GB file can traverse 60 miles in 2 hours by pigeonnet but that only gets you 4% of the file over the South African Internet. We also keep you up to date on new Android phones from Motorola as well as open source map info from TomTom.

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1061 It all started with a pumpkin scone Friday, September 11, 2009 [15] [16]
Natali has an internal Twitter dialogue about whether to let the world know that the last pumpkin scone has been sold. The Zune HD will only be available in the US, and Facebook launches a lite version of the site sans apps.

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1062 Three-way 4G Monday, September 14, 2009 [17] [18]
T-Mobile's parent company is considering buying Sprint Nextel, meaning we'd have only three big cell phone companies in the US. But in a weird way that could be good for competition? We're not sure ourselves, actually. Also, a rogue ad hits the New York Times and we discover Pirates only see in 2D. Eye-patch FTW!

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1063 Buzzed Out Loud Tuesday, September 15, 2009 [19] [20]
Lots of stories with buzz today, including a new Archos Android tablet, the launch of Zune HD and voice chat on Facebook. Of course Joe the pilot in Honolulu sent us some good old fashioned Phillipino Whiskey and Rum. So Cooley makes us pause and do a tasting. Poor Natali gets left out though. Sad.

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1064 Urine in the sky with diamonds Wednesday, September 16, 2009 [21] [22]
That beautiful silvery comet you saw in the sky recently was actually astronaut urine. No joke. We also avoid talking about pee for most of the show. Bing is still on the rise and Facebook is making money. Wow. Things are looking up all over. Just be careful when you look up. There's astronaut pee up there.

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1065 HP is full of stupid Thursday, September 17, 2009 [23] [24]
The new DreamScreen tablet from HP looks like what everyone wants from Apple at first glance. Until we dig deeper and find out it may be what nobody wants. The music publishers also seem like they're full of stupid too wanting to get a performance right for you watching a TV show alone in your room. And Cooley and me get in a knock-down over Kurt Cobain's proper presentation in Guitar Hero.

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1066 Tin Foil Phones Friday, September 18, 2009 [25] [26]
We finally get to the bottom of why Apple rejected the Google Voice App, how not to get caught for being a thief over Facebook, and we have plenty of sympathy for Palm. Also, Rafe hates libraries and culture.

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1067 Pre-roll is the new Rick Roll Monday, September 21, 2009 [27] [28]
A listener reports that NFL.com subjected him to a 75-second pre-roll ad. Not funny, NFL. In the news today, the FCC proposes codifying Net neutrality rules, and much as we'd love to leave it to the market and the telcos, well, we just don't trust the telcos. Rules, FTW! Unless it's rules on selling energy-hog TVs. Those aren't cool.

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1068 You can't survive the stink! Tuesday, September 22, 2009 [29] [30]
AT&T let's you pay for their network holes, Chrysler puts auto manuals on DVD (and how are you supposed to use that in the car?), MySpace says it's video portal now, USB 3.0 is here, Europe gives Google a green light to sell ads to the black marketers, and when you're dead on the web, you're dead.

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1069 80 percent of life is exhaust Wednesday, September 23, 2009 [31] [32]
We're not real sure about the iRex reader, Microsoft's Courier is a lot of smoke, Palm gets told to sit down and be quiet about iTunes syncing, and a PlayStation 2 for you car. And finally, Brian imparts a valuable life lesson for everyone listening.

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1070 Windows 7 Cuddle Party Thursday, September 24, 2009 [33] [34]
Microsoft shows "Pink" (sort of), MMS disaster, er, feature about to launch on iPhone, Wii gets price cut, Archos new Win7 tablet looks great - too bad nobody will notice, and MIT has a synthetic eyeball on the way that amazes us. Oh yeah... and about that cuddle party...

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Web Exclusive

1071 Falling off the hype cycle Friday, September 25, 2009 [35] [36]
Twitter trades hype for a huge cash infusion, Windows 7 attempts to create hype with a spectacularly awfsome video, and we cover all the hype falling out of the Demo conference. Speaking of falling, Honda's new Segway-style unicycle looks amazingly easy to fall off of.

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1072 Mustache-twirling jerks at AT&T Monday, September 28, 2009 [37] [38]
As AT&T tries to accuse Google of violating net neutrality, Molly wonders if they really just want to be seen as a villain. Also while you should never call anything unhackable, the netbooks being given to students in Australia are pretty tight. Physical-layer BIOS protection is unusual in an educational situation like that. And we also get a little frustrated at people who don't listen. So please. Listen. Thanks.

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1073 Open Android Alliance to fight Google's evil empire Tuesday, September 29, 2009 [39] [40]
A Google Android mod received a cease and desist for including Google apps in the mod. Seriously? Google may not be a walled garden with a high wall but it's a walled garden nonetheless. And it's pretty sad when your open source project gets protested for not being open. We also discuss whether the Dell Latitude Z series is for posers. Or us. Or both. Which makes us posers. Own it people.

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1074 Forget the tablet, let's hype the Courier Wednesday, September 30, 2009 [41] [42]
While the Apple Tablet is much more fashionable to hype, the Microsoft Courier turns out to be very hype-worthy. We also find out, once again, that Rafe knows where he works. And the U.S. has relaxed its grip on the Internet. Good thing? Bad thing? Irrelevant thing? Or over-hyped thing like an Apple tablet?

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