The best-selling Shakespearean "Star Wars" parodies continue with "William Shakespeare's The Jedi Doth Return." And CNET doth get an exclusive look at the new book's cover.
We crave two things that go underwater and one which doesn't, and we hear of the woman who broke the Internet for a whole country. Plus it's Ian's last episode!
On this week's show Ian tries to avoid one subject, while Luke and Flora do their best to mention Apple's new baby. We also talk about Net regulation and the week's most interesting news.
Ian Anderson crafted his own set of headphones to keep the noise out.
Why isn't getting a PAC instant? When you're out of contract, with your bills all paid, why not call up and get it straight away?
At the Buzz: Brain of Oz launch, Sony trotted out former game show hosts Ian Turpie (The Price is Right), Greg Evans (Perfect Match) and "Baby" John Burgess (Wheel of Fortune, Catchphrase) to spruik the Aussie edition of Buzz. They also took some time out to answer our most pressing questions.
Sun's Ian Murdock is one of the more lucid thinkers on open source strategy at Sun.
Ian Rogers, Yahoo's VP of Video and Media Applications, argues that now that DRM's dead, the Web needs open standards for labeling digital media files.
Sun is making a comeback, and Ian Murdock is at its heart.
My lunch with (Rolls-Royce's) Ian