Come one, come all, to the greatest collection of knowledge ever assembled by human kind! Is it Wikipedia? No! Is it a digitization of the ancient Library of Alexandria? No! (And what's a library?)
Updated June 2012
Instead, it's an epic one-stop repository of home theater and HDTV info. Here you'll find the best and most helpful AV-centric articles written by me and others, both here on CNET and elsewhere on the Web.
They're categorized by topic and updated constantly, so check back regularly. Bookmark for fun and profit! Read every one and become an expert in all things audio/video! Better yet, once you're an expert, you don't have to answer your in-laws' questions; just send them this guide in a passive-aggressive fit of brilliance.
So without further babbling (and pompous hyperbolic dabbling)...
Got a question for Geoff? Click "Geoffrey Morrison" below then click the "E-mail" link in the upper right to e-mail, wait for it...Geoffrey Morrison! If it's witty, amusing, and/or a good question, you may just see it in a post just like this one. No, I won't tell you what TV to buy. Yes, I'll probably truncate and/or clean up your e-mail. You can also send me a message on Twitter: @TechWriterGeoff.
Rocket Lab makes first rocket launch from private pad, and New Zealand
The private space race took a leap forward today with the successful launch of Rocket Lab's Electron rocket, the first from a private pad. The company plans to send small satellites into space on a 72-hour rotation.
by Stephen Beacham
T-Mobile to launch Digits sync service, Uber and Lyft return to Austin
Today's major tech headlines include T-Mobile's launch of Digits, Lyft and Uber's return to Austin and a new archive feature hitting Google Photos.