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Shownotes for Friday, 7/27, The Format War Episode

by mollywood-20145211451868876304931303067070 CNET staff / July 27, 2007 2:30 AM PDT

The others are coming soon ... sorry, guys!!!

Target jumps on Blu-ray bandwagon

Xbox 360 HD DVD player drops to $179

Thieves choose Blu-ray over HD DVD in mass disc heist - Engadget

Denon asks $2k for Blu-Ray player

Sony says Blu Ray "destroying" HD DVD

SEGUE to convergence/transformers

Samsung SS700 concept takes inspiration from Transformers (probably)

Light-up Transformers tee

Kameraflage technology

A propos (of) nothing:

Is the G4 Slim Mouse the world's thinnest mouse?

iPhone hype watch:
Invisible shield!

Paul Johnson
San Diego -- Hello Kitty Ferrari (dude, you gotta send a link)

Hi Gadgettes,
Welcome back Molly!
I know you have beat the alarm clock topic to death, but I couldn't resist sending this to you from
(p.s. you don't have to put this on your podcast, it just for your enjoyment)

Seattle, WA

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Best wishes Ariel! And...stay strong Jason...
by shawnlin / July 27, 2007 9:45 AM PDT
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invisible shields and producers
by sheala / July 28, 2007 5:44 AM PDT

invisible shield info here:
I hear it's stuff developed within NASA and if you go see one of their reps at a tech show, they hand you an iPod covered in the stuff and a box of rocks to rattle it around it. The podcast review I heard on it was really good. Gotta love super space plastic.

Bye Ariel! Sorry the ***** chased you off! Good luck!

I like the evil twin of Jason. Makes me wish he'd talk on BOL.

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I just saw the invisi-sheild video...
by shawnlin / July 29, 2007 11:58 PM PDT

somewhat impressive...what is more impressive to me is that the material is derived from stuff that protects the leading edge of helicopter blades.
I'd imagine the helicopter blades are needing protection from sand and dirt - if the material protects against that...I'm in. I think I'll get a full-body wrap for my 4G iPod and maybe just a screen protector for my Nokia N800.


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I use Invisible Shield!
by breeze1138 / July 30, 2007 2:23 PM PDT

I have it on my Creative Zen Vision:M, PSP, DS and Canon Powershot SD630 LCD screen. And I just ordered another one for my cell phone.

I never worry about scratches when I have any of my devices in my pocket or if I put them down on the floor or whatever.


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