The 404 1,089: Where we go the extra mile (podcast)

It's time for another 404 history lesson to round out the week! This one's all about the genesis of AOL chat rooms and how they shaped the way we interact on the Web today. We'll also chat about soccer's new ball-tracking technologies.

Every Silly Thing

Leaked from today's 404 show:

- Soccer to adapt goal line, ball-tracking technology.

- Friday's history lesson: AOL's longest running employee on the history of AOL chat rooms.

- British Airways will google passengers in preflight.

- Hillbilly Alabamians celebrate Fourth of July by shooting guns into air.

- Best Buy lays off 650 Geek Squad employees nationwide.

Bathroom break video: Super Moonwalking!


Episode 1,089

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