Jason Calacanis, the founder of Weblogs, Inc, chats about the tech industry's biggest haters, where to find the best pr0n, and what types of crack not to smoke. It's podcast gold
Roll up, roll up, it's Crave Podcast number 90. This week -- just like every damned week -- we bring you the best in tech news, gadget hands-on and Net-based frivolity
Yesterday I spent a couple of hours with tech celebrity Jason Calacanis, who told me Apple was working on a networked television
We're delving into the bizarre world of Kindlerotica, aka e-reader pR0n, plus a blacklist of words that Google considers too nasty to include in its Instant search feature.
Daylight Savings Times really messes with the guys of The 404. Today, we realize how old we are when compacts discs are 30 years old. Obviously, teens prefer MP3s over CDs; audiophiles die a little.
Crave reviews We Live in Public, a new documentary on dotcom self-destruction, exhibitionism and the greatest Internet pioneer you've never heard of
Firefox's enormous popularity has led to thousands of extensions to change the way it works. Some protect you from the crassness of the Web, while many more are just plain stupid
Between computer love and our frustration at Apple's capricious review-unit shenanigans, today's show ends up a tiny bit off the rails. However, in the straight dish, Kinect is the fastest-selling consumer device, Safari falls to hackers in record time, AOL has some brutal layoffs, and Discovery lands safely and is headed for the museum. Sniff. --Molly
The 404 studio starts its transition from toxic waste dump site into a full-on video production system with the help of Buzz Out Loud star Jason Howell. Seriously, there are about six cameras in here pointed at things that I don't even want to mention.
There's been a lot Buzz Out Loud and The 404 tension going on for the last couple of months, but today, it's all on! We're sick and tired of the "Bore Out Loud" stealing our women--*ahem* Natali Del Conte--and our joke show titles.