Today's BOL happened before a live studio audience at SXSW in Austin, TX. Cali Lewis and Nicole Lee joined us on stage to discuss the state of SXSW Interactive, the on-going Google/China kerfuffle, and pharmaceutical companies' struggles to fit the risks of drugs into a Twitter-friendly 140 characters. Also, Cali Lewis nearly loses a toe.... um, sorry?
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Digg 2.0 unveiled at SXSW: “faster,” “instant”
AT&T’s network up to SXSW iPhone onslaught
Google to shut China search engine
iPhone browsing could be faster with Opera — if Apple approves
Day 1 estimate: 120,000 iPads sold
Apple’s iPad battery replacement policy: baby out with the bathwater
Privacy concerns derail Netflix contest
Classmates.com to pay up to 9.5 million in “phantom friends” lawsuit
Pharma faces a character count conundrum
#OMGConan: The big Digg party Twitter hoax
Remember a while back you guys reported about an online community built car where people got to vote on the design and the stuff that went into it?
It was featured on the cover of Wired magazine… yeah you guys probably forgot.
But that’s ok… the company Local-Motors. ( http://www.local-motors.com ) is going to be there in Austin during SXSW with that specific car.
It’s called the Rally Fighter and yes it’s probably –if you allow me to use a Gadgettes’ term– a Gender Gap. It looks amazing! A forrealzzz Hotwheels!! lol
Here’s a link to their tour page. http://www.local-motors.com/static.php?p=RFTour
Sorry for the long email.
Have fun and love the show,
World’s oldest whiskey goes on sale in Scotland — This is maybe more for Tom and Cooley, but I give it my vote for the CNET Christmas party or next big BOL milestone. Oh, and even though you’re probably already there and getting this after the fact, I’m looking forward to seeing all of you at the SXSW meetup tomorrow night. Good luck, safe travel and have fun!
Hey Buzz Crew!
I have been a listener for a long time, and recently with the increased talk about ACTA, I have decided to do something about it. What can a nobody like me do to stop this treaty, you ask? Why, create a Facebook group of course! The link is here: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?v=wall&gid=387879991802 .
I think the biggest problem here is not enough people know what ACTA is. I think that a Facebook group might just help with that.
Lets fight this thing by spreading the word.
Love the show,
P.S. Who is Pink Floyd?