Just in time to force us all to streaming plans, Netflix announces that its content streaming deal with Starz has fallen apart. Eek. But at least they protected us from the tiered pricing Starz wanted in addition to $300 million per year. AT&T prepares its pro-merger death ray, Dominos announces plans for a pizza delivery joint on the moon (seriously), your responses to our decision to go weekly, and Pastor Luke mans up on Computer Love.
Automotive News reports on the success Ford is having selling V-6-powered F-150 pick-up trucks.
Boost Mobile introduces $5 and $10 International Connect plans.
I hope Verizon doesn't read this. It's been so good to me the past six months, but now that I'm heading to Latin America again, all I can think about is AT&T.
Fifty years after the first attempt, scientists aim to retrieve samples from the Earth's mantle. Such a feat could provide a trove of information about our planet's origins and history.
The final web video blog dedicated to the Baja 500 shows that even wildlife isn't safe in this notoriously treacherous off road race.
Look out! This is a great up close video of a couple trophy trucks jumping the top of a dirt hill near Erendiras during this year's 2009 Baja 500.
Today's video gives us a first hand look at the first five minutes of racing this year's Baja 500 from inside the car of auto racing veteran Robby Gordon.
Today we get a first hand look at what it's like to "roll" to a crash in the dangerous off road race known as the Baja 500.
My blog this week takes a look at what is arguably the most dangerous off road race in modern history, the Baja 500.