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Ep. 1353: Facebook thinks I'm a sleazebotTurns out, you get punished for being a cute girl on Facebook ... at least that's our speculation about the bug that was disabling some women's profiles. Also, Google Voice debuts in the iTunes app store, Hulu Plus drops to $7.99, and we watch the Green...
Today's Wednesday November 17. Ready -- undated handout top right so I'm Darren Kitchen from Hollywood -- -- -- buzz out loud in a podcast of indeterminate length this episode thirteen hundred and it. 30 yeah and that Google Voice. Finally finally out -- fully I believe sixteen months ago. I -- a half a year -- -- showing up in the Reagan iTunes app store so showed up yesterday somewhere around 2 or 3 o'clock announcement was made. But everyone's been waiting for and the app is finally here the trick about this is you do you still have to be connected to the carrier to -- axes it's essentially. Call sporting you -- Google Voice number to your main numbers are real and I was hoping all -- all -- all of its work over -- it will work over white -- No you'll still need to be connected to the carrier -- to the phone but I know but now -- which. Seems to be date they compromise they pretty much had to strike because even though AT&T I think we app approval you know -- so. Clearly the reason iGoogle platelet and in the app store with because it duplicated a function that eighteen he makes you pay the sides agree precedent is just so sad that it took a year and have to happen. Yeah an upper and it being deemed suspicious. There was if you and giant Beatles related let now. Try to make it not to like here maybe they're hoping that The Beatles -- was going to be such huge story that this would just kind of go under their public are. Well the Google it's. And it honestly if -- art if it's an iPhone and you're already paying for it to in his service and it's cool because you still get all of the added features like the multiple phone calling and -- transcribing voice -- which. Is useful and also areas. The -- problem and that's part about it it really a whole reason to do it. Not this thing actually prompted me to finally get it going on my -- which is not an act on but I was like oh. -- -- -- -- that -- but you also get cheap international calling in the -- and. Yes -- thing is using the Prius that service through and -- bullies. Doesn't count against your actual text messages and change them you avenue friends at the just all get the links that turn down your text messaging plans at minimum it recently the center of like an -- I -- and iPod Touch in that little Sprint's lead. And they don't make any voice calls now you know -- it's and -- yeah it made of -- -- I -- likely personal connections I like to hear some of voice. Yeah title like this that converts housed on animals like. And -- and I don't know Emma is loaded up instantly. That's honestly what advantage of having enough is it agreement it -- street as I Google Voice doesn't get back but the funny thing I like phone calls a lot of lung and at least one of the -- involved landline. But yeah they'll undoubtedly go somewhere else on it blowing it -- like an -- not -- -- world -- -- a -- landline anymore I think that's part of the reason and a recall it's like outlook like app that I have actually you have actually sadly he can you just text that night and not worth it. Parent -- pull that off topic. As old as in we -- its own related as expected in Hulu has dropped the price of Hulu plus. Seven -- -- -- fine it's it's about time they had to react to the. You don't have direct the market -- mean there's not Hulu plus is still trying to get its foothold people still aren't really flocking to it -- fact that Netflix. Is still donning their 899. Dreadful and streaming plan and it potentially could -- -- once Netflix releases specific just streaming only. So who had to do something at least directed. You know kind of put their -- out a little -- of Netflix of the pricing. Yeah and it definitely independently that is -- and it's and -- nine missiles than a hundred bucks a year that's an easy to justify a little odd -- have a hundred dollar month cable bill and he again. Yet -- not mean it's a great price but the question is do you get as much content as you need to get and wit and can't replace the hundred dollar month cable book that I wanna pay mean you know. I'm not sure I want a paper all of -- -- multiple times. But we will. You know I'm reading now -- and now we got an email about this -- giving us basically it like. Case study about -- plus. Saying Atlantis today for 799 a month although that's not a porn I mean and price point of a -- a few weeks ago. And I'm disappointed about that price dropped it to be more I'm happy that -- -- we'll credit me two dollars for every month there was a beta subscriber. And as much as -- plus -- disappointment. There -- ads limited contents election no TBS no Cronin a daily show at that are I think my membership paper itself because there was able to watch the -- -- -- Catch up on episodes of police and -- I'm happy idiot I am not -- It wasn't castle -- love them or the only one who likes of -- I -- -- They also the good thing -- -- that he -- jeans on again. Well well well well -- that kind you knew about us like should top ten if it is made me actually like -- Katy Perry version it's so good. Yeah its -- -- -- it is now wonderful the good thing that Hulu plus has going to -- those the fact that now it obviously always Internet connected TVs Hulu pluses on. Basically almost every streaming device yeah you have it on -- on wrote -- you have it on to get -- now you have it on TV sets. So in -- they're going head to head -- Netflix alternately. -- And heaven and man I don't know Wilson and if you already have a -- hey you've gotta for a week for free and if you refer somebody else to get two weeks for free. We're just buy a new Roca mines of dude broke skillet. Saying he had I'm pick and it's time for the recruit you know broken elaborate it went from here it's a lot -- repelling it's a lot more compelling and Apple TV. The road -- -- way better Glickman and I'm nothing can tell you that jumped out of it is Hyatt maintenance. Yeah. Okay that that might need to -- is record. Okay people -- all week long we've been talking about various privacy issues related to your junk. It turns out. That photograph of the junk of 100 people from a US marshals. Scanner and a Florida federal courthouse. Have been obtained and leaked. -- -- Although what these these photos that are supposed to be automatically deleted bet they would never they assured us that would never you know be taken home or copied anywhere else happened that day copy -- -- -- -- and not and actually more than a hundred only a hundred were leaked and published on is moto. 35000. Were say that's a lot of -- -- 35000. Worth -- these now these are not the this same scans as the ones that are used in the airport and how that the TSA using at the lower -- scanner it's not whatever millimeter wave an extreme back scatter one. So they're not as junkie did. As good as the TSA make it scanners -- not a detailed at all. But they were never supposed to be stored anywhere or saved for any -- then. And they have 35000. And that's the thing about this right every time it these organizations -- distrust that's will take care of the data yeah. Is it doesn't happen. Across the board -- doesn't happen not at all and then when you consider on top of that link to. And that -- I'm straying into. They'd have learned anything and the Internet data can be infinitely -- there's just no stopping and all -- to -- if they don't want. Yeah you don't them just one -- like known as well it could come in handy if you both abilities is devices is that's maverick just be saved USB -- over network and you can only that the current standards don't have some server review mode when they wanna take these back. And say okay -- this process actually working. Let's see what we have. It'll tell me that doesn't exist in the machines right now the the one time that it had to go through this I was I was reassured by a blinking lead the that it was deleted the -- against me. Oh well I'll but it is Android. Hey if the length of -- -- The -- of course which is under a lot of fire this -- -- the Internet -- growth has. Immediately issued a statement saying I give -- we don't save any images we do not this was not -- but as is motive -- whatever the stated policy is it's clear that it's trivial for operators -- images and remove them for distribution that she's not all of guidelines. Or if they just. Want to I mean there have been many stories of TSA agent acting inappropriately. Because frankly they don't have the best back ground checks. Yeah those people remember well you know a whole lot either of them are not Pamela and everybody's mail to them at the terrible and -- found out -- -- I do not now now it -- their -- left and right when people them. Remember when I had the enhanced pat down before the enhanced that's actually -- it exactly and now as empowered to do that by law. Yeah anyway it's a scary world out there people I think we need to take a break and get her census about it and come back and it's not right and only -- -- and. Whatever practically inviting you to join us for the 2010 edition of cnet's holiday help desk that happens every Monday at 1 PM Pacific 4 PM eastern starting November 22. It's where we make you look like a brilliant tech gift -- as we take your live calls and we feel your emails in fact. Send us an email right now holiday helped -- at cnet.com and along with the rest of cnet's editors will point you to the right product at the right right. Holiday help desk Mondays at 1 PM Pacific time starting November 22 at cnet.com slash live. Alright guys welcome back to deal well you all remember the day that was unforgettable. Then I I don't -- but if anyway is that the whole idea is illegally and -- -- -- it's somehow okay I'm -- everything ultimately result don't think about -- panda. I bought mostly wasn't the only one in the running to get The Beatles music collection the -- -- recently put an article that Google and Amazon were vying for The Beatles rates negotiations with Paul McCartney Ringo Starr and -- writing partners of the other Beatles were all in it you know we're on the negotiations. -- but. Where else are they gonna go but iTunes the number one digital music market I. It they -- they were gonna go to Zune -- all -- -- -- military now we have The Beatles it was they're gonna go where the largest group is gonna be and The Beatles go make all the time yeah where else would they go on -- Has been the most successful at at a negotiate any exclusive deals that do nothing -- -- but. Those of us who. Have non Apple related -- and and hello but yet it's pretty fascinating if public -- -- is really quick negotiation which you would think it would something that was like. Years in the making but they have this rapid negotiation period and in the end despite all of the bad blood impact the -- -- deadlock. That they had had with with The Beatles EMI and an Apple if -- -- -- So the tracks are once -- -- nine a pop Apple gets thirty cents of it. And -- 99 cents -- the united. And and they kind of distribute that between the royalty owners -- Michael Jackson's got to get a cut of that he wasn't part of the negotiate with -- the owns. The royalty rates if you some of the collections of the adults -- I hate I actually don't know if those are included if their entire -- though not yet got -- -- that might affect them like you beaten and or his family has seen of via via -- right. Now -- I didn't yeah yeah well I totally forgot about the whole thing we're and I literally. That's -- like. From. It's terrible how about -- happen. 08 -- diets -- -- again you know they plug on on the world. Like Harry Potter on the Internet 36 minutes of Harry Potter -- and the Internet. I would not making a joke -- literally forgotten that -- first I'm like well. The real. It's alright alright so Harry Potter -- 36 minutes -- the latest Harry Potter film on BitTorrent though yeah it will to don't don't. Terry part of -- -- it was just leaked it's at the nearly two days before the movie's release. And in -- thought about what this actually deliberated by the studios that someone happened you just take. A 32. Chunk of the year or regional file and packaged perfectly -- and then happen. To put it on it -- And only when these get leaked it's well in advance and the full movie in May be an editor's cut rates -- sometimes it's not even the -- movie like -- Wolverine was leaked. It had a lot of the special effects were not in the in the final yet again and -- cut because -- that if someone you know yeah doing the little dirty work exactly the -- like you said a perfect digital copy of -- completely finished movie and it's -- statement I've needed but. Could it -- -- I think I think this is that the industry -- -- this is really smart because alternately. They they use an example the article about how health Ashton Kutcher leaked are released thirteen minutes of his movie killers. Which no one watched but at the end of the day and if the continent is kid and the movie is good people are gonna go see in the theater and that you can use this as and the way to sort of -- -- you know potentially passionate and yet the Dark Knight yeah the darn -- with the most parents on the 2008 and will be the most profitable -- the 2000 exactly you Warner Bros. is wasn't that. I will say. Just you know an -- depends I watched the -- when you watch the island airplane. -- you can actually it's not the same thing as white -- and we haven't had actually was written and and then you but I. Say you were subjected to it. What did you think yeah you name. It wasn't like the worst two hours -- ever -- five -- comes the Molly poems. -- -- -- It's a new system that it does how many of them have I didn't like. -- -- 70%. Of that one that's pretty dead on excellent. -- -- It fit perfectly watchable this hour thirty minutes is definitely use it at that the -- Clearly but I think it's smart we clearly solved that mystery we have yet to solve the mystery though. Of what Google is doing with boutiques dot com. And their new personalized that the totally -- -- this -- time and for engineers and college -- Well -- just. Love the fact that they can just -- nerds that any thing -- yeah. And and they're they're going they're nerds at the idea of shopping for things that aren't spiky things that aren't in -- -- yeah close it's very ensued east and yeah and designer stuff -- I mean I guess you suspect. Now this is click the most confusing thing ever well -- he has Google done this before they had they have that Google catalogs search which is literally gave you like. Search result of flat pages and then no buying length. They didn't -- And it the technique that it -- events that have looked like -- -- like the right compared with price comparison women. Yeah and -- Anson here though is unique especially for you. -- shoppers and I was hoping. They might use that -- -- on the maybe help the dudes out why -- they colonial -- and both. They they haven't yet but the system right you choose an item and then when you roll over it gives you suggestions like for example of you looking for nice -- pumps guys out there. Or for -- lady even actually this could -- Hello guys look at this he actually ultimately no I'm serious. No this is -- kayak or the new -- of the shopping you can go motorcycle boots between zero and 300 dollars color black. Whatever he can like all the specs -- a decision what's available. But it but it's cool because you -- -- like image of what it compliments like a blouse but you could rock with the shoes yeah jewelry you can -- but it so it uses like you know. Image recognition and also trends and what other people doing the only thing I'm -- -- that's a lot about is the -- like a celebrity section if you and a -- in so you create your own profile. Well if you -- to all the fashion -- of smoky. On the I don't gang don't need UTStarcom is go to swap out -- that it out if they already India it cleared today -- get to open up. I it's neat about the rules the that they mentioned in the article like -- heavily pattern hand by eggs don't tend to go with heavily patterned dresses and it's like who wrote that algorithm with. Playing awesome in the fact that it can see it is cool though. It it -- although it has an iPad app which I'm pretty I actually use I downloaded if you did. -- -- The only -- to get are you -- I'm serious and the -- relative or place a call quality you did it that it turns out there and I'm influence. Damon that they felt skinny in there and I'm sure that it just as well it meant fifteen airmen clothes are I understand an ongoing issue like everywhere. I mean lead us to do like there's only to an animal or -- -- -- yeah their medical experiments that's it senses. It. It had quote unquote where your -- -- even if you can have a sister out at the -- -- completely stop paying attention to anything document and busy creating them antique. Well then that's that's move on to you like do you like it don't like that -- Though -- shopping store though it's weird the idea of shopping by thing. Is weird for me because I think most people are browsers. When they shops are you looking for something that unity developing on personal it would implement in the -- and you. And that is often stormy experience not like. And then animate and yet recommendations -- that just seems like for close. It's still too personal as the supersonic like this aren't as part of the experience I'm trying. -- part of it the right. Yet started using that it's only categorized -- you can go linked romantically and or both we're street as she deletes it a lot of fireworks -- -- a lot of time talking publicly dot com. Now seriously obviously got something it's fascinating who from a distance all right the end of another. -- Amazon.com. And potentially becoming a movie mobile wheel Amazon is now starting its own online movie studio essentially there. Any aspiring filmmakers to send in their scripts. For for potential movies and they're offering cash prizes doling out a total of two point seven million dollars on the top emissions but. -- And additions he had. Do some on the condition that mr. Kennedy you go would you really want to do this the would you rather try to -- this all of it's a personal if you movie gets picked up and produced. Amazon will first get that will give you 200000 dollars payment. If it gets turned into film -- but it -- over sixty million dollars if it does you'll get 400000 dollars but as a director I mean that's that's actually not much at all yeah why that's that I mean -- that's actually. -- in in the holes in the thing is also -- they have an eighteen month exclusivity. The -- the rights of the movie as well. So it's like they're out and the kind of crowd sourcing which OK I get it. But at the and that they're the ones that are -- in the change it sees any of this content actually becomes legitimate it's -- I could potentially. Make a name for themselves going through this channel. But -- not make any money. On their first film. Exactly yeah I mean and that's look at that time the thing that it terms are likely to keep the studio strictly amateur like nobody is very serious about making a movie -- it's getting go to -- Amazon studio if anything they're gonna -- it to try to get publicity but why do that yeah -- why not just -- -- -- in try to go that independent filmmaking circuit and I mean that two point seven million for all of the films between now and December 31 on eleven. Although -- -- think is they I didn't I medic I and the plane on the way to south by southwest last year it was an independent comic and he was talking about how all of the in a finishing like the studios of close all the independent -- that they use to put out that would actually fund independent filmmaking. There was a big glut of independent films after things like you know because everyone got really excited about and then a market completely collapsed. And so. All of these filmmakers were looking for places to distribute their works and this might be a reaction -- that a little bit that there was this feeling of like. Where we go because the the theaters there the studios aren't interested -- -- that's you know avatar you. It's also had seen that this user going away because you know independent films are also a lot cheaper pretty it's right. And you know if they're gonna make more -- percentage wise often the little Indies but. If it's avatar to avatar via an around this -- interesting into it sounds like extremely bad term. -- that's at least at that first reading and heavy interest and I know that we have some might. Hollywood had from the audience -- for months now does it isn't a lucrative very attractive as the scatter about and at the end of the day -- passionate filmmaker wants their content to be released. You'll definitely takers and they don't wanna get -- what are you gonna -- Right you don't have a link to Hollywood studio. I mean it ever get Amazon that they make -- -- -- Warner Bros. I mean it up and let it snow let us know we think by the cnet.com. Movie oddly got a cup we got a bunch of emails actually like a surprising number of emails from people in the buzz. In -- thumb. If account has -- disable and I don't exactly can help with that we can't let FaceBook fixed it it apparently was a bug you didn't do it. They get a third of it that way that the messages before getting -- -- disabled near camp if you did that they -- Oh yeah also the thing is -- when your diskette countless disabled because they've got their -- accounts they were requesting -- It was it's a scanner yeah held here by your ballot idea like this is -- yeah and that's apparently. It seems like it was targeting. The accounts of women. Okay here's the thing dot I would actually like and if if it was detecting fake account there are a lot of eight. The email accounts. That should you know what I mean that China a whole lot a lot of the scandalous accounts not and never looked -- -- please by all of whatever it is -- trying to save you know that their algorithm detected -- -- sleazy. -- -- that I thought I was fine. I don't blame but that that that's that's it because it's that it was -- -- -- emails specifically made good sync them with clean. Yeah. Title image the ongoing saga of crooks source -- is that cooking world the -- you may remember this that the lots of land that does what many email look at certain that -- notice that you lifted -- B word for word in your magazine and am in credit me -- opinion money or anything in the afternoon and and -- are -- back and like. Do you not know that -- -- as public domain in your lucky that we didn't just like when Lindsay Lindsay did I here's hole -- I don't put someone else's name on it right. So that all went horribly arrive for -- third especially after the Internet got all -- data in discover that most lead the way that security there material is by. Lifting it even someone from our own -- exactly admitted they had lifted one of their article meaning to have fun and meet with. Now all -- has issued what some might call an apology. I believe it is more like -- passive aggressive self -- it's greed that. But it comes from and I believe -- do what is was named Judith Miller. -- them and who the woman who originally wrote back to Monica -- the great thing in fact he's got a reply on her live journal that. Yeah they had -- dot com now the front page is a statement. About how it's -- by the way there's no proper apostrophe there. Because one of the things that you create a which he wrote back to Monica was today. They used to be you should feel grateful for the editing that we did in your literally dramatically corrected here at the article even though is written in like old an -- -- because as a yield Apple -- -- as a historical Apple tart recipe that they corrected the -- the English -- and then now she's in her apologies he leaves out the proper -- if -- -- name. Essentially in her apology says he was too tired to respond at the time she never got around to it and she wished. That Monica had given her a chance to apologize properly instead of you know making this a big brouhaha and then in summary the bad news is that it's probably the last -- for -- are so. It essentially looks like they're gonna be shutting down now at this because they don't have the manpower to maintain they got so much negative attention that is is now orbits and yes -- -- -- We have never been a great money -- even with all the good we do for businesses having a black mark won't help no posturing and now are black mark. Will become -- -- The winters are bleak in western new England and as such they're bleak for quick -- so this will -- -- -- Very really. Wow -- you one writer in particular Monica now radio I wish you had -- -- ten. Sounds like a Brad breakdown -- I mean. The -- regularly stealing recipes from all over the Internet for years. When she gets called out -- -- -- total -- hole in response he never respond to the ongoing accusations. Adding -- from the Internet -- -- -- regularly feeling let me. And then she wanted to -- to dole breaking off all that Monica destroyed her magazine and turned their black -- into -- shroud. It's like -- did the whole thing Katharine Hepburn. Now oh now openly say on -- at. Right -- if you wanna you wanna jump depleted state meet and I hate that happens do it. Yeah. Alright travel search engine kayak files -- -- if you million dollar IPO. It did pretty well for themselves and that's one the first tech ideas I think we Finland and yet. Rim CEO Jim Halsey involved about -- I come to Baltic and everything that is crazy foul silly. The attack Apple for its library of 300000 apps thing that there unneeded at web 2.0 -- -- apps are not necessary don't need an app for the web. We believe that you can bring mobile to the web. We've been -- at that yeah have you seen -- is web browser it's -- Their marketshare is clearly holding its own and decreased seen every report after report. Nokia is going to go it alone instead of adopting the Android platform they're gonna stick with their -- -- -- Migo operating system. How this plays out some people are -- right now would be the right time for them to jump over -- Android they're gonna stick with what they've got. And their markets are also -- -- Via the rim and Nokia we can only say team up with that -- or maybe -- how about -- EPI with cross compatible. -- just do something. And also in of the hot and as the kind of policy that might the hot as they go public -- -- in making your iPad slightly freaking useful Google dot editing. Is finally available for I don't. I think game -- anymore but I don't understand why did we need that the picked this because you don't need of web and app for the lab -- the -- -- on the -- it worked -- no seriously -- -- -- -- you've -- -- -- iPad until today. You -- kind of edit a spreadsheet. But only if you wanted to rip your own eyeballs out with your like. Yeah -- that she -- Clicking on a box and typing and that's it. Yes and and don't forget hit command after you put some stuff in your and I used to do that and the way thank you an idea of Google -- and -- and mobile phones and thank -- You guys kinda like what we did before so we wanted to. Watch the green lantern trailer came out -- yesterday. Have you seen him I know I have and that's not what we're I'll analyze it together in a little bit of pop yet this is the first time world and and so on -- -- -- Bring on the Ryan Reynolds -- That -- We -- but suddenly look. -- do they know who -- had a nice underwear -- and -- the big green lantern and all. The things that. Who all the rage at -- constantly. -- Very sexually least in the beginning -- -- death. -- It again six the radio wireless pretty much -- That things. -- -- -- Andy let's get it and flying might be the best whatever your right. -- -- Parents. He passed plan today and now is looking what appears to be Superman's creator of -- Freddy -- Sacramento that feeling that. Show where -- -- and. -- what he's giving it them. -- If anything I think our gonna -- our. Look comic -- he's so far. He's the ring ring. -- -- -- -- -- -- I'm thinking alien army yes thank you don't you. Again TV better look. I don't know anything that agreement with the so we'll click on that when you see -- suit is almost more like a green skin like layered over his. Bodies that they're like. -- -- Now I looked like. That the if -- -- and I am sure you enjoy that and that played a lot of movies out there and really. And then again. Yeah and. -- he just saved. You oh green flash don't it is -- -- From. Oh and it's in 3-D and of course that is in the magic of three -- well okay there's or any moments where we. -- -- No way except for that there at the -- you got -- of that thing you did cute and he's likely -- flash as soon as cool. Now this is now technical gas tax I -- think you're pretty bad summer off. It looks like a made for TV movie if you are well known I think fantastic four might be better than this movie and this -- sped it up and that's where. Well you need the old little Lowenthal -- you'll -- no no no no no known now yet now I think Tehran for sure is incompetence almighty god obviously it doesn't. Don't negotiate in the in the summer like its total and -- December 17 and -- -- down. And that's here that's a geek -- today -- and to some pretty amazing thing. Pretty hair close -- -- news. Okay this discovered video -- story right before the show started headline antimatter atoms produce and trapped at cern. -- It antimatter and -- antimatter or that lack of it or whatever. Yeah I fascinating I'm not a scientist but an anti matter means warp drives and that means we're going to ugliest by the once he faster -- -- -- totally office yes now. They -- apparently produced in a vacuum at cern they -- never there surrounded by normal matter usually matter and antimatter annihilate each other when they meet obviously -- the anti hydrogen atoms have a very short life expectancy. Which can be extended by using strong and complex magnetic fields to track them and and prevent them from coming into contact with matter. Apparently can -- in what they were calling the alpha experiment cern scientists were able to do this and they were -- able to hold onto them for a tenth of a second. Which now sounds not very long but they say that easily long enough to study them. This inspires the work that much harder to see if anti matter holds some secret and I love this quote by -- nor a stomach Yamasaki yeah depends right -- there Saturn. Which alternative methods of producing and eventually -- into hydrogen anti matter will not be able to hide its properties from us much the longer. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah. It's. That. 1000001 of the sciences randomly disappeared I think. And I think -- on to something that I have that anti matter all of that was like way more exciting in the entire agreement or trailers. That one quotes. -- more awesome but many many considering that you know isn't to say that basically almost all of the universe is missing. If either dark matter or antimatter or something. That we -- not much closer to explaining and of course in the. It worked -- scientists turn out to telephone yeah. It happened I think now I am now -- I went there we need a happy ending. Happy. With the button and and new iPhone app lets you check in when you're feeling happy I guess it's called -- -- happiness. There were 250000. Mood status updates filed of the 2200. People who piled them goes woo -- we're happy it. -- In our candy anyway we'll -- one and obviously. And you guys -- -- my first I was highly focused. Oh. And there were highly definitely I'm getting laid highly focused. And that means semantics. Yeah they get -- -- all the time that you had that you're human figure out how many of them involve wearing pants. There you -- that's you're right in your life. Are those that that don't include pants down and they actually rated the levels on averaged a score of nine the on a scale of 1200 depends on a windy today that's an address there so basically this is like a mobile web site that you -- use sign up and then. You can actually set how often it pings you -- to track your hacking and you can check insider they they don't know whether the study like that people were checking in mid -- or -- so they're not served if necessarily that this means that people are -- during sex or may be after but you know I'm not. I don't of those windows on that and really commercial link here you know -- like you it's been open -- to pose little couple men like. Do you -- conservative iPhone and taken into well thought out he really over or are you windows and I haven't content. He reaches over further -- -- -- rose. And then grabs the -- that and -- all. I don't tell him. But the really really. I let's move on here -- -- an email little thing that we -- on the feedback loop. Not everyone agrees with us on the fragmentation question. In fact one caller from the great north at than what he wants to -- Think those crew especially -- this is -- calling from Alaska. I'm. -- don't buy it from being fragmented but I just wanna -- on calling right now from T-Mobile. G one's. -- very first Android handset temporary. Landing on the AT&T network -- You know so at this point Android fragmentation is basically optional. -- -- Or fragmentation -- totally optional planes are willing to spend. I don't know what 910 days the other forums -- your phone -- Reading and then navigating menus and high paying in and making sure that everything's unlock the man and yet now we feel like my mom off the mainstream condemn my -- and do that if she wants -- -- -- energy one. Definitely have to do is re compile your kernel your SD card Duff who put the big of -- but people are telling us that they they -- like mad that we were. Ripping on and they were not ripping on Android. The -- like I enjoy it I love it -- -- does complaining about its fragmentation and how it hurts. The consumers it's partly carriers but it's also partly the way that Google -- man they've built India. Andy it's time for Hampton and that's what we're -- -- -- should step up a while ago the fact that there's one point six devices out is just. -- -- It's a simple thank you that actually shameful and they know it. And that's why they keep showing demos of gingerbread and saying that this is -- and Android fragmentation but then they do not just man up. And say no Verizon you're pushing out -- -- I mean it's absolutely ridiculous that. That that -- iPhone is running -- oh yeah and people on you know. With with. Devices that are more than capable of running it. On Verizon and other carriers don't have either actually open it up and let you know people put the open source version on their phones or it -- carriers. -- -- -- -- -- I'd hacked from Chicago and they email -- -- buzz at cnet.com for them work and learn of -- about art yes they rent and it's a very interest in response a little longer hang with us. Saddam -- can learn does work that law enforcement issues dealing with searches at -- The questions that need to be addressed to determine if a search is legal or not are do you have a constitutional right to fly. And when you do what is a reasonable expectation of privacy there are those who -- say that the TSA is violating the Fourth Amendment using these procedures. But case -- says there's no right to fly. So when you agreed to fly the legal term -- consent to -- -- -- common carrier you agree to a different level of privacy as. Reasonable because of safety considerations if you don't wanna contends these conditions. The court that found in other types of cases that you don't plot which is actually what no it department director comments Katie -- and appalled and -- -- -- -- kind -- -- -- He also talked a little bit about reasonableness and how that can be factor in meeting the Fourth Amendment rules and yet to -- what -- in -- direct. There is as an invasion of privacy versus the fact that there exists the very real chance of someone and blow up the plane you'll be flying on. Needs to be waved as -- and and many -- -- final point you'll pick up a thousand times more radiation flying at 30008 across the country as you might get going through a back scatter scanner. And the radiation that you'll get in the aircraft -- flying is more deleterious to your health -- the radiation under the scanner. The second point is that British and other international security agencies have a -- our security agencies do not have. The right to perform profiling on individual if they see they might be gained their fellow travelers we do not have this right. And he he says that it's a very big it managed to other nations and as a result el Al has spoiled more hijacking pat hijacking and terrorist -- on their flights. In large part to their growth of -- So they don't -- lot of good in other a lot of good and -- and I appreciate it a lot. Yes. After story yesterday about using an FC tips and cell phones along with Brent -- comment about possibly needing a thumbprint to verify identity. -- start worrying about the deeper than a C -- in the first place. Thumbprint readers have come of age and could be easily included in the point of sale devices you the most Thursday why bother with an NFC -- when most of us already have. Attached to our body is a thumb or finger print. That'll be taken everywhere at check value is -- -- scan your thumb fingerprint. And on the screens like the method of payment which you -- -- fine. Number readers can also be put at a gas pumps and on many machines set up. Love the show played computer geek from Saint Louis -- but then we wouldn't -- phones now would we how are we gonna keep the capitalist machine up and running UP dot -- do Hickey and then there'd be a crazy industry -- fingertips. Or the new -- identification. Yeah Alexander belittling me in -- -- with the fun thing you can. Connect specific account that moon fingerprint it's like spike and -- when bank account and yeah -- and cultures -- payment method of phone anyways I actually don't mind that. -- it for about 44 hour fitness and some value fingerprints and but that's only just as a membership at one place left without him Miami people there revolting over the Giles asked that utilities it would gummy bears -- -- yeah. I -- thumbprint scanner. Like that seems infinitely a little humble man -- there on your thumb and -- and it'll get scanners have an imprint of Vietnam actually elite Heidi -- -- -- -- that's silly fun. Them -- huge. And army and diamond down leaving you don't want like an idiot those. Satellite Kanye west side. Tammy Tammy okay we got -- well. Are all. Secretly snapped some shots of someone watching buzz out loud on his subway -- other than him which without actually -- them -- how you -- -- -- -- -- -- -- that that was -- as enemy dot com card template. I mean. 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