Fooling people on the Internet is far from a difficult feat, but Web magicians are finding creative ways to make us question our own skepticism. Join us today as we explore the many ways that good (and evil) shows its face on the Web.
Are negative Yelp reviews unfairly impacting small businesses? Today's episode weighs the effect of crowd-sourced review sites and asks if future generations will understand topical shows like "The Simpsons" and "30 Rock."
March 8, 2011, marks two important holidays: one is a global day to recognize the economic, political, and social achievements of women past, present, and future, and the other is a fabricated day of rejoicing for the most important meal of the day: breakfast!
The 404 Podcast has a symbiotic relationship with "Aunt" Jill Schlesinger from CBS Moneywatch: she helps our listeners create a foundation for their financial future and we answer her tech questions about her Twitter account and yesterday's Apple iPad 2 announcement. Also: GIANT COOKIES!
Apple will announce the next iPad 2 today, so imagine our surprise when all Wilson wants to talk about is Charlie Sheen joining Twitter! There may be hope for our Apple suckling fanboy just yet...
Robots giving speeding tickets, a THQ-sponsored rally in SF to protest North Korea, an "exquisite cadaver" way to pen stories, and Apple product placement galore on today's episode of The 404 Podcast, PLUS we reveal how you can win a free Kodak printer!
Kodak debuts two new all-in-one printers that encourage users to capture and share digital snapshots with friends and family.
Denon is selling a "ultra premium" $500 Ethernet cable for the audio sucker, I mean, enthusiast. So why should I drop $500 on a Cat6 cable with high purity copper?
As a new generation of learners grows up with a multimedia, multitasking style of information processing, professors are challenged to compete for student's attention, even in their own classroom.
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