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Ep. 1205: Where we paint by numbers

The show is shorter than usual today, but we have to get out of the office before Nemo takes over the city. The stories of the day include: the George Bush family photos exposed by the hacker known as "Guccifer"; the rumors of a Portal movie directed by J.J. Abrams; snow panic driving Weather.com completely insane; and a patent troll claiming to have the rights to every podcast on the Internet.

By February 8, 2013

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The 404 1,205: Where we paint by numbers (podcast)

The show is shorter than usual today, but we have to get out of the office before Nemo takes over the city. The stories of the day include: the George Bush family photos exposed by the hacker known as "Guccifer"; the rumors of a Portal movie directed by J.J. Abrams; snow panic driving Weather.com completely insane; and a patent troll claiming to have the rights to every podcast on the Internet.

By February 8, 2013

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Short Take: Ticketmaster Online-CitySearch in weather deal

Ticketmaster Online-CitySearch said it has partnered with Weather.com, the weather and news site of The Weather Channel. Under the agreement, Weather.com will provide weather-related information to Ticketmaster Online's network of city guides at CitySearch.com. The Pasedena, Calif.-based network, which also includes Ticketmaster.com and Match.com, will provide local content on Weather.com. Financial terms of the deal, as well as its duration, were not disclosed. Ticketmaster Online is majority-owned by USA Networks.

By October 11, 2000

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Short Take: Weather Channel launches on AOL

The Weather Channel's Weather.com Web site has launched as the premier weather information provider to America Online. Through the alliance, Weather.com will provide AOL, AOL.com, Netscape Netcenter and CompuServe with detailed weather coverage, including access to current conditions, weather-related news coverage, maps, safety and educational information, and daily forecasts for tens of thousands of locations worldwide. In addition, Weather.com will advertise AOL on its cable network and other promotional outlets.

November 29, 1999