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Today is Thursday June 2 2011 my name is even featured.
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I am Hollywood log in above is -- -- bug that's been permanently.
Routing giggling on the top and it is funny at the event of their virginity when they were all like I'm Brian -- -- -- -- that country Alter ego O'Brien's land line.
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Are because you are hanging around right people all leg while we're actually hear more later how yeah that's right there -- right we'll. But yet here at the.
But first executive -- on bass and various out of there was a pretty remarkable --
Which brings that was not expecting especially as Microsoft public. -- -- they don't ask -- I was last of the last week.
But then now -- -- Dina and Microsoft offered a sneak peek at windows eight.
Complete with videos that they -- put up on YouTube we have we have a little bit of that rate in depth we can tell you a little bit and and it wouldn't it.
I'm not gonna -- when -- they books cool.
I was to be -- at the -- looks cool I was personally even floored by it I thought it was like taking.
We see everything that's on tablets but taking the Windows 7 interface and kind of enlarging it -- these tiles that make sense on a larger space.
Interacting with that they were showing -- notes lighting -- of apps like you could be running in one app space and in -- -- left and it.
It's only allowed to be used to apps simultaneously using -- -- space I just thought it was clean I was impressed it.
The whole -- the one of the tricks about is it's running windows eight.
Not only kind of this touch interface but also the a desktop OS at the same time.
Yet and that will be a little bit -- not only -- to see how that roles as it seems to be at total marriage. A touch of a tablet interface.
With the you know some of the stuff that windows has already been known -- -- the start you know the start screen alone -- they completely.
Re imagined version of windows it's it's big titles.
That are touch friendly that represent all the different apps -- multiple screens and you can kind of fly back and forth and it's just.
It's interesting to me it will be interesting rather to see how this translates to a desktop experience desert right now I was a little bit confused.
To be honest about like our -- jet act when they it was windows windows but this looks like tablet -- net.
I think they're definitely going -- and clearly imagining -- future in which PCs are also touch enabled.
Yet I I I get the point of them.
It it does -- make it easier from them from industries distribution standpoint.
You have one -- that runs both flavors now it's optional for people that like.
I don't want my desktop look this -- you don't have to do that you can go to the standard normal desktop version.
Of what you've been used the scene with you know pretty much it almost looked more like a Windows 7 that's public was good but does a great product and people are happy with it.
But -- man.
I -- refresh mean and it's clean and I'm just happy that this is one in a long time that I've seen them really feel like while.
-- -- with this first look they were innovative and that the -- impressed me yeah I mean I love scene that intact.
Yet there aren't too many details yet on when it's gonna come out there sellers 2012 sometimes going to -- -- exactly.
They but the other interesting thing is that there also windows -- supports essentially.
Two different kind of applications one being the classic windows application which runs and a desktop.
Your basic desktop shell the other though is much more apps store -- we're definitely -- Microsoft upstarts hymn Apple.
Already configured to run in that kind of app motor that later app mode -- mean to -- I really do want the --
What's the behavior of my kid -- -- from the iPad. To the laptop and then just be like her yeah I don't understand -- touching that and won't go and I think.
It's very smart of Microsoft actually build an operating system -- a little confusing to imagine how would this work.
It's very smart of them to build an OS that can incorporate both -- and that would desktop that traditional desktop -- because I really do think.
That PCs will shortly should start to incorporate touch screen to displace.
-- what you guys are looking -- now also is they're getting access to the file system.
So your photo folder that lives that can be viewed either in the kind of desktop file structure can also be accessed directly into this touch interface.
Heights -- -- just pretty.
It's pretty it looks fun so we'll see how this plays out you know there are already critics -- and why would you come buying.
The -- but for me it's why not have the option to go which way you would to decide which -- you wanna news.
Well and it's for it's setting them up to be perfectly positioned for the post PC world -- there are a lot of -- and --
All of the really -- for opposes the peace he wrote it they they're going to be perfect signal that the perfectly positioned themselves for the -- Peter he hiding are positioned himself for both PC pickle.
And they'll be -- though they are preparing and that is the big that they don't -- do right they're preparing for an innovative new computing experience I really do think you know.
There Microsoft has long pushed.
Convertible tablet computers which we were like out of -- but now that we've seen the power of a tablet but the usefulness of the keyboard.
This is an operating system that it's perfectly right if -- laptop batteries and start to incorporate the touch screen and I don't know why they wouldn't --
Then there there it that would HP all in one desktop rate which are already coming out -- more more popular.
Boom there's windows eight -- you know ready to go for that like I actually think this is a very smart letting touch is gonna start to -- Dominic.
Dominant in -- for.
You know what you're timeout with their kids like my -- and -- -- they walk up to TV sets.
They have that moment when evening news in iPad and the with the little young Indians not the older ones like or -- the -- -- -- -- -- that they -- of the TV and -- -- -- --
Because they think inherently that you can touch these things affect a friend of mine just did that she was working on our iPad does have the black -- problems and -- that I'll use my computer and your okay.
I don't think it's gonna natural -- label -- put a thing and it's not going. Are.
And I think adding them pretty interesting multi.
We'll -- where you know where it goes and what it looks like when it actually comes out of sometimes -- of.
And make it a little bit like that but but I thought it would really get -- they're gonna have their developer conference in it's mid September in Anaheim so I'm sure we'll see more details of that.
And noble can be posted but overall I was excited and impressed -- -- -- this thing yeah need to really cool stuff.
I was less excited and impressed and Google reported yesterday on its internal -- -- blog that.
Hundreds of Gmail accounts had been hacked including those of senior US government official.
Senior US government officials.
Military personnel Chinese political activist and journalist in -- that it with a hacker in China and it was able to obtain access to all of these.
Yet -- said they detected the security breach and then stopped what it described as a campaign to take users' passwords.
And monitor their emails with the perpetrators using their stolen passwords to change people's sporting addresses and delegated said --
This was done through a Phishing attack.
Will be hold the classic human -- click on that -- -- your password at on and then.
Like you said -- has claimed and -- that it was China.
Where these hacks originated from or this Phishing attack originated from.
China of course has responded the Chinese Chinese Government officials angrily responded and a former Foreign Ministry spokesman called the accusation -- fabrication.
Out of thin air.
And said that the accusations against China were unacceptable. However and you know I mean I don't know it's it it happened but it.
Sounds like deja Vu -- -- because when Google's servers and other companies out here were hacked and they had pointed -- finger not directly yet but they had.
In -- needed that it might have in China and it did we did find out maybe three performance later that indeed it was China.
That's at those attacks on Google's headquarters and on their servers and the same thing where China -- no it wasn't us and they said no wasn't -- before.
Well and good and even really saying it was the Chinese Government they're just saying it's highlighted in China yet at the targeted attack appeared to originate from the Chinese city of -- --
And also hit the Gmail accounts of journalists and political activist and also South Korean and other Asian officials in addition to the US.
Government officials so.
That wouldn't certainly.
Seemed to be a bread crumb kind of trail that would potentially lead to the Chinese Government but again we -- now.
We do know though according to two people with knowledge of the breach that vast quantities of email content were access that you will not saying how long.
The hackers have access to date to the accounts but it's a pretty serious it's a pretty serious for.
-- you authorities also said that no official government email systems -- -- so these were personal.
Accounts for the for these of these delegates and from these you know high profile people.
It -- it continues to put the allied to the idea that you're down at people for Phishing attack in you know I mean Chinese dissidents and journalists are probably really careful people.
Senior US government officials are probably ultimately even though there are subject to human -- pretty careful people like Phishing attacks have gotten.
So believable and so sophisticated especially because of data breaches like -- -- -- and Sony PlayStation which are actually is a vanity.
An -- security Phishing attack and those give but but.
-- data breaches like the ones from of the PlayStation network and Epsilon give -- enough personal information that they can craft these -- -- called spear Phishing highly highly highly personalized Phishing attack.
So it's sort of like well I got --
Very smart very careful people are following cities like they'll get a -- out there immediately -- -- you don't enter your password and you know.
I've gotta I've been based before -- --
I'm just gonna admit to it -- absolutely it's.
I mean it really a public.
Click here is just demoted -- dangerous words and.
In the backup do you think I know there are free and well -- -- -- -- I guess maybe just don't ever do it go to the website first it if these are the kind both Phishing attacks have gotten so good that there would lead to.
Even worst attack like it's just --
-- a world out there hold me got bigger and I'm going beyond -- and -- -- -- -- pulled me.
And I want my guide app development a -- -- -- and I got Adam go to the grid.
Also -- we go back so you my favorite thing and I've ever said that amber --
And -- a pretty bold statement opponents this client mime it really has got -- -- yesterday after it.
If they're running I -- time -- gone back and gonna take things back to look a little back to all things DD nine -- conference and HP's.
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They're CEO Leo popular said the company is planning a potentially. Provide web -- and they might -- license it.
Put on other hardware in other companies that utilize the webos platform good hurry up.
Dedicate going to get it going to seriously am kind of feel like -- -- -- method up you know.
When -- you know what I hear about when I see windows -- launch or the -- that they have you hear about.
Webos we have Android. We have rim we have about you know -- -- --
There's going to be a point where like we've always seen that there's only gonna be two or three -- from this little from this battle.
The market's gonna figured out.
And -- needs to get on that horse.
It is the only way for webos to get significant developer support period right they have to be on a lot of -- you've seen that that the only reason that Android was able to overtake the iPhone so quickly is because they were able to flood the market with devices running that operating systems out.
The N eight feet and you know don't hint -- it don't entertain. The idea of licensing webos is somebody like HTC do it and do it.
Now -- one smart thing that HP has also -- though and I think this strategy makes sense for them.
Is there webos head Jon Rubinstein originally from Apple that VP of hardware engineering he said that HP isn't looking to license level as broadly.
But they might consider doing so with a couples like partners and this is.
-- -- a learning a lesson from Android he threw it out on every hardware manufacturer and right and allow that I wanna -- -- while -- -- let them go to town with it but here.
Are so -- Willis -- Android then people to go to town and -- both webos. At least the hardware manufactures they can work a little more closely with them.
To control the experience so that what people expect that webos they're going to get them so they've learned from you can't really be completely completely open.
Yet it's and it's certainly a double edged sword but I don't think I mean I think if they were licensing webos even if they licensed it to multiple manufacturers.
They don't have to necessarily be as open as -- they don't have to allow custom -- they don't have to allow you know.
Bing is the default search and that of Google -- forbid.
-- -- is that again. If you're galaxy S the Samsung galaxy S ruined by Verizon.
And you --
Maybe you'll remember that that particular -- that period in my life -- but they but -- definitely kind of indicated that webos isn't looking to become an Android killer.
In addition to an analyst -- but their -- -- had to have smaller scale.
But I would say dude webos running on its -- the hardware who.
Yet if they do it that would -- the hot that would mean I think it's TC has done a great I think out of all the come easily TC -- done the best with Android.
You I like there -- like the sense UI --
I'm pretty actually that's a lot other there's pretty happy with notably urban the only reason I'm happy with that is because they install a custom launcher and don't use -- -- yet actually -- they've well learned -- revelers terrible.
I'm Phelan is it's actually terrible I just I really love my lunch or pro I guess that's what I've read about.
Richard -- and -- a -- break when we come back the rumors are true.
About the two and are photo sharing service also if you share your password or embedded video you might go to jail -- and the worms from hell.
Welcome back to buzz out loud friends and family and children of all ages and adults parents. For the single -- her watch and think singles.
Molly Wood in the house here.
She's like yeah I'm not here with health and suddenly and that advocates cannot hear the sounds like a little fun -- early in my bunker Edmond economic gaga and skip a beat down and are an endless. It.
Our and more -- all things Dini is like we talked about the Twitter service it they announced that it I haven't seen a roll out live yet but there will be getting their own photo sharing service.
Announce that the -- conference now some they Canon -- yachts or little tricks with this you can do photo uploading their partnering with.
Photo bucket to be the back end of this and one of the advantages they're not really trying to be.
You're not gonna how photo albums and Twitter right.
-- you will be able to search.
And find photos in your search when you search for items on Twitter they'll show up in the feed they haven't yet because I've tried this multiple times a far.
The play a role in a couple of next week's but their idea is also which is key and we haven't really talked about it too much.
The ability to --
The photos that you upload and unlike with Wii is -- twit -- -- -- run better that have some deal with the distributions of where those pictures cannot necessarily are not owned by U.
They do -- you still on them but that but twit pic made a deal with an image serving company that can then sell them.
So you once you've uploaded and you own them but you transfer some of the rights including the right to fill.
To the other company felt it a little -- and that is a little -- the and it would be it will be interesting to see what.
What settings are built into Twitter service for example.
One of the other complaints about some of those image sharing services that the that they have.
The geo location turned on by -- --
So when you upload it that active data of the photo is completely available so that you upload a picture from house and combine them.
You know where your house is because those services at those locations things are on -- -- not a good thing also some improvements that we were actually clamoring about -- -- -- Diego.
A better search engine.
Resulting become more relevant and personalized and hopefully we can find the names of people that we're looking forward to outstanding other -- -- -- bring the pending in the -- that I really would like to see -- address which is the ability to search tweets that are more than about two days old.
-- giving Twitter badly needs some kind of an archiving service -- the but they stop didn't do anything I'm to have it back then and then they cut it down to like a few days they I remember we had that threaten religious said because it's it's an immediate service ruling and -- cut it off -- at this point at which ridiculous.
And yet I see them now that they're starting to talk more and more like their language indicates that they are starting to realize the power of all the information they collect.
Whether it's either TU -- -- -- advertisers or other people so they're talking all of -- -- about not just your social graph but your interest --
And that you know and and like oh you'll have -- collection of photos and albums that'll be searchable in our -- is gonna get better.
-- they're really starting to talk like somebody who's getting more into the data collection game ala FaceBook.
And I think -- that probably you'll start to see them threatening -- but a little bit more with some of these kind of features and of course threatening companies like -- frog -- --
The federal -- are are not super happy.
But I like it I also like the thing you've -- a fire.
-- with oh yeah I almost forgot about that so take this -- if you guys go if you guys take out twitters blog there's also a link.
To twitter.com. And then you can have stacked like download Firefox whatever just go to our show notes and you'll see Italy now -- you can download a version of Firefox with a little square it's like there's little Twitter tab that's like.
Ten the eighteen pixels across that directly.
Has your Twitter feed as when your tabs -- what's even cooler is the search bar with in Firefox now be put in a hash tag and word.
Or an act and a username that'll directly show a feed.
Right in Firefox yeah but that's pretty sweet I like Chrome to get that if there's one thing that I would want in Chrome now that it doesn't have it would definitely -- that.
You need to be Chrome -- be pretty on from a -- although let's.
Keep things in perspective -- be -- Twitter because there is this gonna be interesting new Pew Research Center study released yesterday.
That says 13%. Of online Americans use Twitter now the one -- that's.
Only 13% of online Americans are using Twitter so -- in -- -- Twitter thing back in perspective.
However that's -- -- -- 5% year over year actually enough to implement it up 5% Europe from November 20 to.
Yet -- a survey from Hughes research center found that nearly one in five US Internet users.
US Internet users ages 2.5 to 35 used Twitter up from 9%.
Also interest dean is OK 14% of users between 35 and 44 and he's service up 8% but if you thought it would just -- onions in the kiddies.
Twitter isn't exclusive to that 8% of participants between -- and 850 and 64 years old.
And 6% over the age of 65 consider them Twitter users and those -- this Marty's.
Now those are the other than it is my dad says I know -- balls in that category and old man sir -- leveled all the chancellor since polls in that category too.
They're they're so smart -- these.
And generated their thunder they came about an old man answers the -- literally -- -- tears and.
Canada via I think oh -- are you getting to that sniff -- -- I am I.
Amazed by this I am pissed about this -- a day.
You're watching -- -- and -- old tele line has not been well what's interesting just because those nonhispanic MM there's no way Asians in this okay.
You're there you're not -- -- panic.
Anyway users of Twitter this is this would actually -- of -- users of Twitter are by and large not quite rightly that.
Highest percentage of ethnicity than 25% of Twitter users apparently are black or.
Nonhispanic. With the opening agent which nine mean 9% are white or non Hispanic which I guess means agent.
And 19%. Are Hispanic.
Data they with a surprising -- iPad it was a surprising ethnic breakdown was a survey so difficult that they could have added Asian.
A cellular semi significant in the US population.
I don't well maybe I'm wrong.
Maybe I don't exist you know let -- lawyer forget it you're kinda like light Brian Tong nonhispanic.
My new ethnicity is non Hispanic and I -- meaning there.
A multi ethnic RA.
I've never been adamant life but if you can with -- survey I don't even think that that's hilarious that they don't have it -- -- your reaction. And this I'm just.
Feel so weird I don't have a chip on my sold about we should have a little bar for ourselves on -- yet.
Represent these are really have your own lawn we you know we dominate Internet -- ignore -- viewers you Leo's.
Lips and more importantly as friends as friends points out in a chat room.
Aren't we all humans. What is that data matter.
I think make friends friend. You've that it. A KP since the I'll take you on that.
Let's move -- -- a little rant -- -- because.
A a new law.
Our bill RE a bill signed into law this week in Tennessee but -- governor bill has -- should you want to email him.
Would make it illegal to share your password on subscription based entertainment services like Netflix pandora or Hulu plus. It's.
As the --
But because every one who ride -- related to technology is apparently a short -- more on.
It would obviously also extend to the average user let friends or family members want to -- -- their Netflix log in or listen to music -- unwrapped.
Now right now this is bill is in -- C.
The you can clearly see how either states -- be like this might be have been.
Hey hey guess -- -- -- the bill received the support and I received the support I mean with almost certainly written word for word by.
The Recording Industry Association of America which -- it matter.
Well protect artists because this important moderate nearly -- it definitely this should be criminal I'm -- criminal situation well then I'm already criminal because I share my Netflix and -- -- caliber of people how about if Netflix doesn't want you to do that then they could track your IP address and they can crack down at the company and they can actually make -- a corporate policy which this is as opposed to a matter of law which it is not if you're talking about -- -- selling and that is its own kind of potentially computer related crime.
-- back that you are just.
-- now it at that individual state level using your lawmaking capabilities to protect industry is absolutely. -- credit.
-- it was gonna stop.
If you'd like to contact representative -- co -- uses information.
Once you buy foray is the author of a lot by the way via -- -- raised nanos are EP Gerald dot McCormick at capital and dot.
And when -- -- when we -- the odd lot I mean you've begun that the sealed envelope containing copy that are -- wrote for him.
So nice sort their body weight -- way to be a puppet.
Just read it a criminal act sharing a lot -- I mean that's like what do each airline in your in your apparently.
-- Catholic my I share my Amazon prime account which Amazon is.
Only aware that happens all the time -- -- handled when they rolled out the primes the prime.
Streaming service they made it clear that only the primary camera to do know that that goes on but you know and ultimately lead to more people to buy stuff from Amazon -- it just.
That is it that is -- company by company policy issue that is.
In no way at least at the personal sharing level something needs to rise the level of -- me you don't have anything better to do it and -- -- than just an act are doubly Schilling.
And it gets worse photo it gets better.
It gets a lot better so in addition to this bill that has the NL east pass and Tennessee some of the details in the articles of the bill.
Have mic because they don't know how they're done they -- to find -- video of the new bill in congress that night this is federal law that we're not talking about like -- come out of Tennessee.
Oh this is the federal debt and we're talking about federal law now dial -- the federal bill is now asking to make stream mean infringing videos.
Streaming infringing videos this could be a video that you posted up on YouTube it's punishable by up to five years in jail if just ten people watched the video.
Yet we Thai people and I think actually a few weeks ago we talked about the new bill that would make streaming infringing videos a felony and now though.
As more details about the -- come out.
It seems that there's a high possibility that just embedding.
Or linking to an infringing YouTube video could constitute a performance. In the overly broad language of the bill and so if you.
Embedded video on your blog and it turns out to be an infringing video you may be found guilty of having performed.
The infringing work if more than ten people watch it and then yes you would be subject to jail.
That's amazing JL.
Time black deaf people don't let me out to me does diligently on -- just a story about how it in California and it accidentally let all these like.
Kinda dangerous that -- blues there are guys with a high likelihood of recidivism.
They accidentally let them out on parole because we have this new crazy lot it was like the idea to get some people out of the jail to the -- -- -- Apple beat all we should definitely.
Let -- keep on allowing the American entertainment industry to write law.
That will criminalize embedding videos and web sites that is really well maybe or maybe they hope that those criminals will slip up on their third strike in embed a YouTube video I am dying -- that adds up that is -- -- I hand them back.
-- three embeds you're out you're out there and -- -- -- out of life for at their supporters of the bill supporters of the bill -- fist as they always do elected to the borders of the Tennessee bill Hampshire who insisted that the does not meant to apply to individual offenders but obviously meant to apply.
To wholesale pirate text and but the thing is you can say whatever you want about the intent of the bill and let's use the fifth make believe spell out exemptions.
Or the conditions under which people will be prosecuted then you have unintended consequences coming out your eyeball.
It's it badly written law if it can be interpreted in that way it is badly written law.
And and it is no accident. Either.
-- is just embarrassingly what -- -- people doing.
It's like people don't understand technology just having Bob written handed to them by this industry and being like a pumpkin.
Mr. -- constituents -- really -- -- -- I'd really oh cool it down a little bit with some quick hits okay.
PlayStation store turn that frown upside down -- -- -- -- -- about her.
It -- sorry guys is available. You guys can take it out this is the PS a network back up but also the store.
Is today expected up it was kind of bug you sometimes -- -- it was up and sometimes.
Logging in and sometimes not but according to Sony. It's up and running now so you guys to download all those cool demos and everything that you missed.
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab ten point one is set to arrive on June --
Exclusively. At best buys -- union square store in New York City I found a -- interest data.
Why not roll it out to every -- means -- --
-- it's like okay it will you -- it would be kinda sad though I wonder how long the lines are gonna be for this device.
That'll be telling because if you do it an exclusive single location you -- either China -- view it the what but you would think that they'll be a lot of people line.
Ray may -- about the -- is now we have several other tablets out will.
Are the lines that long for another --
It wouldn't even occur to me that there would be lines were not -- -- -- -- -- -- a small market for -- in general if it's not -- conflict I don't think there's -- -- that's why it's a big -- but they're trying to get them to try to make it event though I'm -- I'm with the idea silly -- burn them to try to think that'll be an event it's a little -- -- method.
Verizon has also announced that it plans to meet the four GL -- -- ten point one available for pre order -- unit in addition to the in store sales app that.
-- Wi-Fi only version Comcast also to offer identity fraud protection.
They're expanding their free Comcast's guard anti botnet service for -- -- customer so you guys can add identity fraud detection to.
On its anti malware secure backup service though Comcast doing there are.
And also kinda useful considering how much -- -- -- have about how many different subscribers to the all the services they offer.
Not a bad -- -- up next up. Science news for the.
Punch that but it.
I was I was they had me -- worms from hell.
But the whole story from Washington Post is that scientists have unearthed if you will.
They have found these complex multi celled creatures worms for the first time living a mile or more below the planet's surface.
And so they say.
That this raises the possibility. About the spread of life -- -- -- new possibilities about the spread of life on earth but also new possibilities about looking for extraterrestrial life.
On other planets and moons because now they can.
-- them to -- that would have record them before but now they're like oh maybe there's like a mile or more bulletins.
Do we need to drill a mile down on other planets.
I don't know that's -- and I don't really need to do that.
Haven't they seen these things before it's called tremors from the movie came out in the eighties Kevin Bacon every there yeah.
Like an extra terrestrial. There worms.
Tremors. -- that that this would open up new possibilities for looking for -- interest then it means.
I don't think it's a great idea either I don't have any guide it gets lowered down into the giant hole and then let's spend some money go digging in on the moon.
Sounds like a really good idea to use our money in taxpayer let's go dig for workers on the moon.
-- someone in a sign off on that.
-- -- -- -- --
Those that a -- when you find the new planet that we're gonna have to move to we need to know if there is hostile life lurking below the surface.
The we're gonna have to find out I did a lot of people are gonna have to die and scary scary action scene and.
So that we can get -- -- -- I think there will be an amazing burgeoning business in space all Jim Carey and -- attend.
From dumb and dumber called I got learns what I caller -- it's totally about the it's just like.
They have been nicknamed -- -- --
I'm very soon there -- toad or round worms and they were found in several gold mines in South Africa where researchers have also made breakthrough discoveries -- deep Mediterranean single celled life but now -- the whole like multi celled organisms living in places.
-- long thought were uninhabitable.
They said for a -- and government Marion.
Why different time -- -- -- is this isn't -- -- -- sometimes there's stories that say each of us often different ways to know.
But I'm not gonna -- penetrate.
I added you know I laughed at being a minute gave it to play it well you're geared up to their Raymond and currently are giant collections happy ending --
You guys may think it's a Friday but it's not -- it feels like Friday.
-- -- anyways no offense.
Just to show the power of Twitter and you know this article Shaq tweeted --
About his retirement and linked it to -- new kind of Twitter for video I guess you've been called a service called touts where -- can throw videos that are -- like little short.
Tweets but in video form.
He announces retirement yesterday but I thought it was really -- -- gave it to the Internet first before anyone else you know shop one of the furnace and and he really was one of the first celebrities on Twitter and he was so.
-- them and funny and accessible on what he was one of earth has to be like hey I'm here come see me.
And in or under appreciated it and he is you know that and I'm I'm having dinner at Denny's -- who is nearby woodland my -- there and here.
So it makes it actually makes sense but finally I just think -- -- -- -- it's pretty cool that.
Most. Mean someone is -- even as high profile -- -- an athlete yeah.
To do it on the Internet that just shows -- the -- -- -- abroad did it on the Internet.
No wonder would be Mac -- and blunt that's another of the Boston mean he can honestly -- -- retirement.
Okay guys understand and -- it yet it.
Anyway -- you -- and of and he learned that he is -- -- the big Twitter. Is treated in retiring to thing.
Maybe Twitter need -- -- autocratic.
-- -- --
This is an awesome story queue up -- avoid a defamation -- a man in Malaysia has been ordered to tweet an apology.
100 times over the next few -- and yet that yes that's who we like three messages a day this is straight up.
The classroom chalkboard penalty on Europe following.
Absolutely glorious he got there and many rated the numbers at the time of the the writing on the next Web.Com.
Which of the story where referencing he had gotten to nineteen of the --
Which must say every time do you can have the least popular Twitter uses Twitter here on earth actually.
NASA. There you have anymore ago about how I -- --
Twenty and twenty out of 100 I've -- -- famed blue ink media and female magazine my -- on there it's our policies are untrue.
I retract those words and hereby apologize.
His tweet was leaning back in January that one of his friends who was pregnant had been poorly treated -- employees at this magazine -- -- -- media.
So is penalty.
Is that two out of a hundred times but again I -- I can't let I don't wanna -- I totally do -- -- you only have seven -- at -- anymore apology tweets to get in and you actually diagonal volunteer.
I love that.
In I think that the Internet perversely of the Internet those could latch -- that and he could become like really really famous and the African.
Hilarious -- sorry guy it is not clear in case you're wondering whether part of the order with the idea to physically high speed street needs time I would assume heat --
Of and it could be original fleets in -- -- OT.
Duties with the about -- -- -- non -- The he.
It doesn't it look for the -- -- are popping up on money blog everywhere. A new app according to detect land that time dot com.
Let unborn babies choose their own name.
And what what is this if that didn't -- by date it's called -- to pick and 99 but I find out.
Oh man -- -- it randomly generate thousands of baby name.
All you have to do is launch the generator placed the phone on the baby -- and wait for the little dot org now to give -- big to.
The app monitors the baby's movements in any large -- -- will stop the generator.
And reveal the baby is so they -- not -- in negative -- that there and then you bring out an in place.
You know -- it threat.
Out of band conflicts over to stick to looking through movie credits and finding cool names.
Global use this --
Good idea -- editorials that's that's on my family that's pretty and that's -- my nieces nephews have names like while had a thing about it is the enemy having an element of men and that the ridiculous and is very much like a fine machine.
That's the color and maybe meanwhile -- -- -- -- -- -- but topic may well you know let who cares about cancer coming phones because this might be.
One of our happiness innings at the end of the show we said we can't tell you about this until tomorrow -- -- so excited so you guys are familiar with the flip video in fact.
You know what in celebration of this I need to give -- that flip video that I said I would create -- landing gear did on mine count but anyways back the -- -- creators.
After Cisco decided they will be discontinued the flip camera the creator of it Jonathan Kaplan. Took the stage --
It's called the melts. What it is.
Is a chain of grilled cheese sandwich restaurants. And they've created technology to make.
The perfect cruelties. Like.
As a -- -- did that I understand I'd have added at who's here to my bunker I will now have taken and --
In my -- a bunker that now opening up from a.
Flip camera to -- -- -- -- on low ability I've freaking love this and if so they're just like you know Jonathan Kaplan --
-- the right obviously I'm doing whatever I want clip.
Made people happy grilled cheese makes people happy -- that that we created technology to make it prepping proteins which I think.
-- frankly one of the best uses for technology I've heard in -- on time now take is that there's a picture in this article that they updated from yesterday that shows the actual hardware.
To grill this geez analysts forget about a toaster it looks like getting a big laser printer opinion maker in looks like -- -- Brenner.
It happens to simulate the beauty it's totally a start up -- that he would raise enough money from the clinic Sequoia Capital has basically gonna give him when everyone's confused and -- on the path.
With a -- entrepreneurial thing to open twenty stores.
So there's a site up already the melt our comment talked about what from the teachers who are unhappy or spread around the lower net one's -- -- the corner at least or of them -- -- -- -- --
It's gonna be pretty we need to get site with them.
We needed that -- them.
Yeah and they've -- people have reported back from.
Like delicious you will users will be able to order melt on a Smartphone.
And then there's new technology to create on the spot go -- them to that you can pick up in -- looking at --
Enemy like high tech -- -- set up and I love this yeah I'm I'm actually really I didn't have breakfast -- in my stomach really rally finally got his bad today mandated -- I -- -- to placing them now is because it wants me to know it's not as good as the -- that's for sure.
The milk I -- fired up about that -- we just made a bunch of funny I thought hilarious cancer found Jeff.
The big V is not funny yet that's not funny but -- -- Funny or Die is actually pretty funny and --
They have a knack for instantly capitalizing on whatever -- the news and make it -- and animate them here they go with their iPhone no cancer commercial.
If you don't have an iPhone and there's something now.
The deadly HO confirmed that talking on cell phones cause cancer and since the iPhone is notorious for dropping calls it also means -- -- cancer.
If you don't have an iPhone you don't have access to the App Store which would you rather the -- are --
Iphones yeah you can't make phone calls and can't get.
There are some highly inaccurate statements that commercial.
The claim that The Who has actually declared that -- -- the gifted athlete in any.
-- thanks thank you eaten for emailing him that that's an out of pretty happy ending territory. Are right on serial.
The feedback yes.
Voicemails -- come into us from Mike from Maryland talked about -- -- mode.
The company -- now he did LLL like that question he has -- users.
I go through this was -- -- terminal under mr. -- and the --
Missionary Molitor that is like charts turn it off and landing it any wonder people really.
Well my -- CG two takes a minute -- approaches -- --
I just around her -- and welcome our pocket and taken elemental content -- -- that certainly alone or.
-- flu like -- Ali and don't know if we can follow that I would like Michael Jackson you are not alone the week would the united under a little tired you're not the only guy charity money they can I never turn mapping all the way out.
Why -- an avid in my bag it's not like a messed around with it and put on airplane might put in the bag -- anatomy that sometimes I don't even turn it off at all.
Mean what you wanted you -- the --
And I know -- -- a -- so far I've survived every plane up to this point.
I write off public -- and putting an airplane mode but then I put in in my bag in the industry impact that's ridiculous and man I'm not an -- with the Kindle I wait for the the planet and -- to sit down for takeoff and landing in an Internet Mac. And I definitely add people give me -- and -- but I'm just like.
Bring it I dare you -- very good at it as long as you're allowed to read your magazine.
-- -- by and the distraction argument either that the Kindle somehow -- distracting electronic that would keep you from email to evacuate efficiently in the case of a disaster.
If your letter read a magazine on take off -- -- -- if you're distracted it's called natural selection you go -- go.
-- if you're dumb enough -- and you don't realize the planes being torn in half.
And you're gonna --
And as a term points out the main reason that -- -- in an airplane mode even as distant from -- --
They're they're looking -- for -- where's the -- -- -- of them rule plotters speaking of looking out for.
Our next caller public -- out for me.
You'll -- books crew support will do -- -- -- -- this just about there.
All aboard capsules fortune is. A girl -- talked about crew -- -- but she -- -- -- -- excellent stop for a block.
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Royal you need to keep uncle of a man well I love you an ally to move appeared beam I've got us where it Brooklyn -- -- -- and big how do you know about all -- good big big big.
I could be my -- -- but and.
Earlier -- written that you please continue to callus and I love how sound like you might have just woken up or -- listened -- -- -- really eliminate.
Until it -- the because he went whoa. Royal is Molly's new -- and royalty income to --
The company invited I know I tell you that I got -- got grilled cheese and chicken above earth the place to meet.
-- in between mess around need to get -- but out here is our Cisco AS AP before she finds another royalty on Santa get all -- -- Because.
I handle difficult because computer -- Friday and we know how -- the latest in a move -- -- -- -- -- -- they are okay.
Our -- onto the emailed this when it comes to us from Henry C -- buzz out on yesterday's episode you were teasing -- about the radiation coming from the large display behind him in the real.
Viewers it was there should know that the plasma displays about the very small leafs in compared -- CRT displays.
And LCDs have -- nine -- radiation in that room is the extra sunshine. You'll bring to -- -- podcast.
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That is that's -- good tip like that also Dr. Rick in New York hasn't good tip because I'm not normally that -- giving person but I want to give you a piece of info I recently heard from an.
AT&T VP who is likely coming days he says.
They will be releasing a cloud based service similar to that -- Amazon in Google's recent music clubs with the ability to upload music and then re -- it at any time to yourself on.
Which had more details for you but it was a relatively short --
In tourist thing that comes true doctor nick again a sticker. On. I had you have any -- --
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Beyond that -- and I heard your comment regarding transporting the endeavor to California -- said that the shuttle would probably be carried out on a flatbed tractor trailer over the Internet.
Highway interstate I minister and you said that the shuttle would probably be carried on a flatbed trailer over the interstate highway I did say that probably attract a lot of attention.
Clearly. A you have not followed the shuttle program very closely over the years are you would know that this is most likely not the actual method of transport.
Over the course of the shuttle program there have always been to locations available for the shuttle to land one location is in Florida at the space center near where the shuttle launches.
And the other site -- -- site in California for use when the conditions in Florida are not favorable birthday landing.
And there's not enough time to delay the landing.
In the case of a California landing which has occurred several times the shuttle is returned to Florida by putting it on top -- -- specially equipped Boeing 747 and flown there.
In all likelihood the same procedure will be followed in transporting the shuttle endeavor to its retirement home in California.
Let's used to have is that -- high powered binoculars or a -- I don't you will not see the shuttle being transported to its new location.
As a longtime follower of the space program the accuracy of your comments jumped out to meet and I felt the need to correct you as a way of making you feel bad.
But as a means of providing you with a learning experience. I -- always willing to learn something new and I hope you are --
I've got to get I'm gonna read that it -- -- -- gonna -- amen to provide you with all around experience right about now.
Now I'm now it now so David David Lee hello that we -- okay.
Sometimes there if you haven't noticed we that we -- letter but we lucked out and does say things are okay and I -- we all you know and let me let me also make this point here.
Everyone else here was in this room with me.
If you don't speak up your part of the problem if you're only a beach -- -- was like.
Flatbed truck yet Molly Wood is like a -- you would turn your head if you listened carefully Dave.
That email should be addressed to.
All of us so.
That's my lesson for human man but it's very good point.
Right on the money we've seen the whole thing back and waiting I've made many jokes and innuendoes about an -- right LA is the embed template I -- -- I just.
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I'm sorry if you talk to your -- you fool I'm merely just the puppet eleven that -- nonhispanic semi black --
According to the pew research study.
You ever email -- -- earlier previews but do we really do IA Molly saw hundreds -- of some of its device.
And apparently -- the best part of this show has basically always -- sixty years.
The best part of the show has always been when you've -- current -- -- just a.
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Yeah totally take it -- my work cut spending the better when an incident and --
Music create the NET but at cnet.com is our email address.
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On Monday we will be broadcasting a live stream of the Microsoft press conference coming --
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