Buzz Out Loud 637: New U.S. currency: Wii

Veronica Belmont and Nate Lanxon drop in to BOL today, and we revive the U.S. dollar by dumping it for the Wii.

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Molly Wood was an executive editor at CNET, author of the Molly Rants blog, and host of the tech show, Always On. When she's not enraging fanboys of all stripes, she can be found offering tech opinions on CBS and elsewhere, and offering opinions on everything else to anyone who will listen.
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Veronica Belmont and CNET TV U.K. host Nate Lanxon sit in with us today, we save the U.S. dollar by changing our national currency to the Wii, and both HD DVD and CompUSA are--at least briefly--revived from the dead.


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Whither HD VMD?
Now that HD DVD is dead, all that needs to be done is to sink Blu-ray and let the kazillion-layer disc take its rightful place! Yet, I hear not a peep about HD VMD. Conspiracy? Mel Gibson and I think so. ;)
Joe in Boston (Mooninite-free since 2007)

Well actually on iTunes prices
All iTunes singles are back to 99 cents (even the DRM free). Apple talked EMI to drop the price after the Amazon DRM free store launch.

Hey, here's an idea
As you're currently at CES and...Veronica is currently at CES after listening to the Best of 2007 show, I want Veronica back on as a guest. Keep up the great show.
Ben, Ireland.

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