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LA Auto Show 2012

Whether you fancy trendy city cars or crazy customs ripped from a comic book, there are plenty to go

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Go-Guy pocket urinal solves a wee problem

The Go-Guy pocket urinal is a portable way to deal with the issue of having to go when there's no bathroom in sight. Yes, it's a little weird, but at least it's cheaper than a public-urination ticket.

By July 21, 2011

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Ep. 1179: The guy who makes OK Go go

On today's show, a special interview with Adam Sadowsky, president of Syynlabs, the company that created the awesome Rube Goldberg machine in the super-ultra-extra viral Ok Go video, "This Too Shall Pass." Turns out making that video was as hard to make as you might imagine. Also, we discuss the pending smellpocalypse coming out of Siberia.

By March 5, 2010

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Buzz Out Loud 1179: The guy who makes OK Go go (podcast)

On today's show, a special interview with Adam Sadowsky, president of Syynlabs, the company that created the awesome Rube Goldberg machine in the super-ultra-extra viral OK Go video, "This Too Shall Pass."

By March 5, 2010

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Darth Vader. Unicycle. Flames. Bagpipes. 'Star Wars' theme.

The Internet can pack up its bags and go home now. Some guy dressed as a kilt-wearing Darth Vader rode a unicycle and played the "Star Wars" theme on flaming bagpipes.

By September 9, 2013

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FBI: Famous UFO memo is our most popular file

"Guy Hottel Memo" about Roswell, N.M., UFO incident is the bureau's most-viewed online document, the agency says, as it offers up a bit of flying-saucer debunking to go along with the decades-old memorandum.

By March 28, 2013

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Google exec to Facebook: Uh, your users aren't really shoppers

Following GM's decision to drop its Facebook ads, a Google advertising guy tweaks-by-tweet, noting that Facebook users aren't, y'know, really there to go shopping. He's got a point -- but maybe not for long.

By May 16, 2012

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Digital City 80: Turning a WiFi iPad into an iPad 3G; the death of HP's Win 7 slate

This week we start by discussing the big car bomb scare in Times Square, and how in our purportedly surveillance-heavy society -- from the middle of Times Square, the "Crossroads of the World," we only have one fuzzy image of the a guy changing his shirt to go on.

By May 3, 2010

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What IBM learned from Linux, open source

Bob Sutor is IBM's go-to guy for open source and standards, and is therefore a perfect person to answer the question, "What has IBM learned from Linux?"

By August 18, 2007

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Buzz Out Loud 1365: New dinosaur discovery: Tongadactyl (podcast)

On today's show, we follow the Google Chrome announcements live, but we'll have the real wrap-up tomorrow, because wow, did that thing go on and on. In other news today, Julian Assange is arrested but Wikileaks soldiers on; unsurprisingly, the DecorMyEyes guy turns out to be a bona fide sociopath; and whatever you do, do not buy anyone an iPhone or iPad for Christmas--just give them an IOU. Trust Shaw Wu on this one. Plus: Koreaceratops! --Molly

By December 7, 2010