Yahoo has a new program to spread kindness. But Cooley hates it. Why? There's no app for that. We also discover the true meaning of holiday hate when Tom and Brian fight over the rights of the customer when shopping. And we review the JooJoo and Boxee. And Natali lets on that she hates Brooklyn. At least when Brooklyn has no food.
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Boxee Beta is cleaner, better, still closed
And Boxee Box will launch next year for $200
Hands on with JooJoo
Google introduces real-time search
Google introduces Favorite Place info using QR Codes
Google Chrome for Mac finally in beta
…and extensions arrive
CRIA faces $6 Billion lawsuit
Vevo set to launch tonight
Microsoft EnticeCube is like a Google Search of regular people
Sony Reader store gets name change and goes to all ePub format
New digital publishing venture boasts access to 144 million-plus audience; squires talks
Yahoo’s random acts of kindness set
Branson unveils next step toward space flights
Thomas in Columbus why he doesn’t buy online from Best Buy
Mark from Philly online ordering frustration
In episode 1120 you guys discussed the use of a physical Amazon store as a pick up facility. I would definitely use this service as I am a college student and my textbooks are often cheaper on Amazon.com however book lists often come out too late for me to wait for shipping. The presence of a pick up facility would save me some money and I’m sure drive down the cost of books at my school’s bookstore (run by the big bad Barnes and Noble, seriously where’s my Nook).
Love the show keep up the good work
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