The Sleep Doctor, Dr. Michael Breus, is back on the show and we're ready to bombard him with all of our pressing questions about sleep apnea, sleep talking, morning breath, sleep aids, night terrors, bruxism, and more!
Rafe and Molly square off over the re-use of air conditioning technology, the fail whale sinks a deal between Facebook and Twitter, Gmail is cracked, and an enterprising astronaut creates the ultimate in must-have space tech: a zero-G coffee cup.
Hey, here's a thought: a free, open-source video codec that could be universally portable and playable. I'd vote for that, wouldn't you? In other news of the day, Dash stops making hardware to focus on software.
It's a tortured analogy sort of day, including some confusing stuff about water and water bottles and then a whole long thing about a sandbox, poop, and dirty diamonds. You'll love it.
OK, we mean it's 'reborn,' thanks to a U.S. Court of Appeals, which reversed charges that Cablevision's remote-storage DVR violates all kinds of copyright laws. But 'born again' has some nice drama to it.
Somehow today's show ended with Jason Howell challenging Paul Shaffer to a duel at Shalin's suggestion. We don't know. It's Friday.
We could tell you not to worry, but then you'd e-mail us and tell us why you should. So, new rule. Always worry. And the HTC Touch Diamond ain't all that.
AT&T threatens that the Internet is going to run out by 2010, and apparently, it's because everyone's watching Gossip Girl online.
On today's show you'll learn how to hack a human heart...and the iPhone 2.0 software.
Microsoft considers switching its bid for Yahoo to all cash. Why? Because they have a lot of cash. Bill Gates, on the other hand, is practically a pauper, according to Forbes.