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Aunt Jill's back on the show today to make sense of Apple's positive third-quarter earnings despite falling iPhone sales in China. She'll also answer some listener questions, so thanks to everyone for submitting!
Check out today's 404 episode for a roundup of all the news, celebrity sightings, cosplay characters, and free giveaways at Comic-Con 2013!
Imagine winning $250,000 playing a video game? That's just what our guest, University of Oregon student Justin Chavarria, did this morning playing in the MLB 2K13 Perfect Game Challenge.
Today Jeff Bakalar and Bridget Carey try to come up with something that's worse than "Sharknado," deconstruct a Tennessee man's nonsensical Apple lawsuit, and laugh at the RIAA's inability to convince a woman they sued to help them combat piracy.
Today we'll pay tribute to the lost era of computer magazines with the news of PCWorld shuttering its print division. We'll stay in the past with a collection of sounds gone extinct, and play a couple of new listener voicemails.
Tune in to this episode to hear how you can win $404 in our Comic-Con 2013 SuperWeakness contest! Today's rundown also includes a discussion of Jay-Z's business strategies, the real wealth of popular hip-hop artists, and a creepy smartphone app that lets you see what you'd look like with plastic surgery.
Our guest today is Scott Aukerman, host of the Comedy Bang! Bang! podcast and the eponymous IFC television show. We'll talk to him about his history in comedy, how he met Reggie Watts, and take a step back to discuss his experience helping to create "Between Two Ferns."
Bridget's back on the show to tell us why Florida just banned all computers in an effort to curb senior citizens from playing bingo. We'll also cycle through the rest of the rundown that includes rowdy Google interns, hacking the Emergency Alert System, and the Tumblr community do-good of the week.
Jeff and Ariel are both away, so it's up to Richard, Bridget, and me to kick off the week. We're all over the place today, from fireworks complaints, pulling a Houdini at parties, Google Glass arrests, and the new RadioShack "concept stores."
As we look forward to the upcoming Fourth of July weekend, we'd like to offer a piece of advice to our listeners: if you own a gun, don't shoot it in the air. Not just out of respect for your neighbors, but also because the police are using new technology to pinpoint the source. This and more on today's episode.