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Show Notes for 1/19

by acedtect-20196213851867054973637995818137 / January 19, 2006 5:05 AM PST

Feds subpoena Google search record in battle against porn "how often users of the major search engine are hunting for sex-theme material."
Google said in a statement sent to CNET on Thursday that it will resist the request "vigorously."

Meanwhile Google video store giving refunds A lot of people paid and were told they'd get an email with instructions for downloading, but never got the email.
"Rest assured, the affected video files have been replaced and are now available on Google Video. In addition to the refund, the episode that you purchased are available for re-download at no charge."
Fox not rushing to put shows online
New Linux license takes aim at DRM and Hollywood

Disney in talks to buy Pixar just like that Macworld guy said!!!

Blackberry claims US economy will die if they lose court case


Bill Maher live on Amazon (doing its own online-only weekly talk show)

Universal to digitize hundreds of thousands of back catalog and off tracks for download

Admission tickets as text messages
Get your ticket texted to you, scan your phone at the gate.


Paul - Palmyra, VA
Fee for MLK speech is $10. Get a life.

ANON - Solomon Tech has real products. They aren't a patent squatter.

Charlie Craig - Was in Apple Store and checked out with credit card from guy with mobile card reader. Reader had all his info including email address based on card number.

Marshall -Spybot identified iTunes. Thinks Firefox spying won't be a big deal because someone will come out with an extension disabling it.

Paul (aka Ron)
Noticed Jack Bauer on 24 uses a Treo 650

Sven - Germany
Backbone metering issue. Notes that telephony traffic over backbones is already prioritized.

Rich - KC
Contacted Sprint and was told that law enforcement didn't follow proper procedure in baby case.


Bryce in Chicago
I had a question about tier broadband that marc cuban blogged about. Dont companies already charge different rates for different bandwiths already? I recall that when I set up my parents cable modem connection in Cali with SBC yahoo, they had different price plans with different upload/download speeds depending on how much you pay. Isnt this the same thing as tier bandwiths? Can you clarify thanks.


Kelley G. Tedd
Kecskemet, Bacs-Kiskun (Hungary), 01.18.2006 Buzzoutloud is really a good show. I enjoy it. Please keep up the good work

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