The 404 1,108: Where we're not looking from behind (podcast)

Joseph Kaminski and Bridget Carey help me kick off a week of 404 episodes without Jeff, and we'll start by questioning the use of technology in the Olympics -- do advanced equipment like Speed's LZR swimsuits and Nike's Speed Suits give athletes an unfair advantage? We'll also brainstorm the best music to motivate a workout, and look at a Web site that uses Twitter for pure evil.

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Leaked from today's 404 episode:

Crazy tape on Olympians: Does it work?

Fair or foul? Experts split over whether Pistorius has advantage.

U.S. Speed Suits could make all the difference.

World records set despite ban on high-tech suits.

Are humans or technology breaking Olympic records?

Creepy scans your tweets to publish your address.

Bathroom break video: Some of the best LifeHacks ever.


Episode 1,108


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