Listen all the way to the end of the show in order to understand what this title is all about. Wow, it's been quite the week here at BOL. But in actual news, the latest IE zero-day exploit just keeps getting worse (use another browser, people), the iPhone 3G has been unlocked, and Twitter is making millions...for other companies.
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Major security alert for Microsoft Internet Explorer
Apple will unveil Netbooks next month, says analyst
New Mac mini to be announced at Macworld San Francisco 2009?
Report: Mac desktop sales hit a slowdown
iPhone 3G unlocked by iPhone Dev-Team, codenamed “yellowsn0w”
Apple kills iPhone app, claiming API violation
Twitter has made Dell $1 million in revenue
So much for the digital audio revolution: Consumers are listening less
Legal papers served via Facebook
Japanese billboards are watching back
Shane from Las Vegas: Photosynth is so … use … ful?
Seems Monster Cable is letting the Monster Mini Golf off “easy” with a settlement - Monster Mini Golf can continue to use “Monster” as long as they pay Monster Cable $100 a month. Monster Cable will then in turn donate the money to a charity. The details are up on the site http://monsterminigolftruth.com/
Be sure to scroll down about a few pages to enjoy the founder of Monster Cable trying to justify their legal target practice.
Chrome replaced Firefox in Google Pack. FF is in trouble! It’s Yahoo! and Microsoft all over again…
Walkstation - Not a Gym Car but a Gym Station
Run while you work.
Hey Buzz Crew,
Just wanted to comment on yesterday’s story on Online Voting in
Estonia. We have a limited version of this in Municipal Elections
this past October. You got a card with a code on it, had to
authenticate using your Birthday and where allowed to vote. However,
there where two problems with this. First, Online voting was only
allowed on days of Advance Polls, which fell on the two Saturday’s
before the election. Secondly, apparently they sent out cards to
people who had been deceased, and some people received more than one
card. So it’s not without it’s glitches. Now, if we could just move
Online voting to the Provincial and Federal levels.
Love the Show,
Nathaniel, the IT Student
Nova Scotia, Canada
The sex vs. the Internet seems a little silly because for many guys their sex life is the Internet.
P.S. Natali is awesome.