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Midori musings: thoughts on a “post-Windows” OS
Intel details future ‘Larrabee’ graphics chip
LiMo Foundation adds new handsets, members
Unreliable British tabloid claims Apple will release iPhone Nano this year
The extended warranty you ought to buy
SpaceX’s rocket destroys Scotty’s space-bound ashes in a demonstration of tremendous irony
VPN won't always work getting around firewall.
Little headset tip.
Hi Buzz Crew,
Just an FYI:
“Bottom line: iPhone tethering uses more power than charging circuitry
can provide! ”
Love the show.
Jim the geek
Check out this awesome how-to on how to eliminate the GSM cell phone buzzing that goes through speakers by taking the clunky ends off some USB cords and putting them near your speakers.
Hey Buzz Crew,
In response to your discussion about USB vs. Firewire, I couldn’t help thinking that there was a point for Firewire that you missed out.
While USB is in theory faster than Firewire, the actual results show the opposite. This is because Firewire doesn’t use the computer’s CPU but instead it’s own independent chipset; USB relies on the computer’s processor. This is great for slower computers but also for those running applications like Final Cut Pro, which are traditionally heavy on the processor.
Love the show!
Dear Molly, Tom, and Jason,
Listening to this piece, I was wondering if this feat could be pulled off on “SKYPE” and if so, could we pull off a Mozilla moment? Wouldn’t that then give them something to scream about and truly then will the HILLS be ALIVE with the SOUND of...? Now, from the fjords, can you hear this--“LOVE THE FREAKING SHOW”--loud enough?!
Hey Buzz Out Loud…
After all was said and done on show #778, you played some Swiss dude cappin’ on poor Rafe about Velcro. It was not invented in the 1940’s by some mad, Swiss scientist. I’m sure Tom will back me on this; it was given to us by the Vulcan’s in the year 1957 by T’Pol’s Grandmother. Next thing you know, the Swiss will want to take credit for the greatest utility invention ever… noooo, not that red knife thingy, I’m referring to The Titanium SPORK!!