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Ep. 1493: We're all screwed. Drink.It's both a fun game and a sad commentary on the state of our existence! On today's show, the average user is caught in the crossfire of the hacker wars, but dammit, even LulzSec agrees that Sega is off limits. Speaking of which, Donald might have been...
Today is Monday June 20 2011. My name is Steven -- of. Eric Franklin and Donald battle I am Molly Wood and welcome to buzz out loud -- -- -- and terminal link -- crossover addition. -- You -- is desperate attempt to get our readings that had. -- We're crave we can actually you know take meters are -- emails there -- kind of promotion yes and make a FaceBook account for these we could do that now this latest crash people shows up about it. But that's about the time honored tradition in -- -- -- doubt that we need to have some sort of like a cliffhanger ending we do on this show that you can only get. We get resolved if you know what to resize and -- -- do you do it a little like C desire price is right. You know laughter -- You have any shape you can take -- dramatically and here's the but really when you know and I -- don't you and the -- I don't want that to be -- click here to put that up all the possibilities they too soon have to stay tuned for that except that it -- the it again. -- let's move on to the technique is because my great -- -- although they are nice enough to fit in today because Brian tying it out somewhere in the world. Do you have. Like immediate if it's -- -- we get and love love like we usually do with. -- -- the domain registration body that controls all of the top level domain registered on the Internet. Has government has given approval to what circle -- -- -- the most dramatic change the Internet and -- decades. A huge expansion of top level domains. It'll let companies and organizations -- their own brands and Internet domain extensions so. Forget about dot com now you can have dot Coke dot Nike dot Canon I think candidates like the first line -- it yet again. It was the first one at -- and they said we want to have dot cannons so that's the first major company that's gonna take part that's the -- -- generic ones like dot hotel. Dime sports dot. And no food so we look at that car does not think this is great news I can as far as money making the ethics I don't think -- -- -- -- it that little alternative dot domains have been around for awhile. And haven't really dominantly the dot TV you don't mean -- that died. I'll -- -- isn't about music for awhile and -- -- into the all the different. -- still mean endings. But haven't had a dot definitely not alive as mentioned those kinds of things we take -- that -- more -- -- badly does the dot com button on like your mobile browser or you just Google search -- men. That that -- -- -- -- Chrome -- you know ultimately yeah and it's actually might -- a lot of auto complete stuff. It probably will -- -- -- complete reuniting although frankly out of the it was never independently. Really can't tell diamond dot com and I -- -- the Emma really. Opinion -- all that that there. No I mean I think that's the only reason actually that I can did. Is that you know a couple things one obviously that the dot com system is pretty much out of names and that is. Because they sort of grudgingly allowed other utilities -- in 2000 they approved seven new domain that was in the -- like major. Approval of new -- and -- when he -- dot info -- -- is. Which nobody won -- everything now dot com is the real want to have. But I think they're thinking now that domain names really don't matter that much so they might as well that I get out of editing. And get -- commerce and the fact that companies are probably be willing to paella for things like Canon but the problem is now this water. Issue that is about to get like. The area. At this file sharing I'm gonna say that the Canon manufactures and Coke dealers of the world -- gonna -- really up in arms about not working as -- -- -- Domain extensions they are gap -- doing it. It. Again if. -- -- -- -- Don't you think of years like what if you have a company in the same name -- another company or somebody locked on dot Starbucks limited -- -- -- I think you get it it'll look out ever whether you like these come easy to be on top of that soon as it's available. Giving stuff I mean -- is gonna be used. -- -- -- -- To get their dot Coke like Coke locals let me waiting for dot collect although we should grab that years ago you know like -- -- the squad only it'll. Grabbing stuff that -- Isn't completely op Ed when -- is rolling out maybe I should if she's expected to cabinets and domains that -- it right it's like a hybrid adding really. Coca-Cola may be one thing they're going to be all over the dot -- thing and it you know is really -- that. Squatters and spammers and litigated right script flick of his restaurant -- -- it is available for registration and I don't know how they plan to control. Although. They're not gonna be cheap so its not like the old days -- -- or even now we can register dot comfort. And but -- you get you in the application the alone pro of these domain names up 285000. Dollars. Okay well we'll have to pay 25000 dollars annually after that of the -- True bowl. -- and -- is gonna happen but you could see kind of like extortion. -- massacre well I think just like -- -- beginning this is great news strike and then to as far as money making its concern and asked if I am with gonna buy them no one's gonna use them. Al I mean that heavy users to find themselves remembering -- what was it. You know dot Coca-Cola with a dot Coca it was that. That -- cola to real time what what what -- Coke that Coke. Like well known it will work -- and -- and like I carve out a really it was him how that can be applied by these companies it didn't seem like it's. -- bat tool to mechanical look because it's well it's going to be advertising link and commercially if they got a Diet Coke for more -- Whatever then be -- -- I mean okay now read more about the pricing I think the cyber squatting and not going to be such a problem. But it is definitely sets out the small businesses of the world -- only like major brands I think are gonna have this. And then it's gonna be weird to see where things like dot sport and not right -- -- There's -- consortium now. Like a group of entrepreneurs in Las Vegas is trying to operate on -- former professional hockey player Iran and Europe is working with international sports federations to -- -- dot or. I -- that any Ed Hillary and him on the Internet you know you don't really win here -- Now they'll be the -- be there to clear up any confusion remained an ambulance must search for stuff and find it exactly they -- -- led what are really would -- Google. Anybody using these -- network was a loser this weekend one point three million users were apparently affected by a huge cyber attack. Someone hacked. -- -- -- -- He says just say saga I say Sega. -- announce it like. You don't leave announcer method to Baghdad alone it sizes but I come from as well -- right well maybe you should tell the story now. It now -- -- him what happened. -- and Google says it's dumping it well and and protected them know that I didn't do anything -- Wii -- rolls back a hundred. Program he had a ring -- -- -- and. And outlet tell -- query one point three million user accounts were apparently compromised names birth date email addresses and encrypted passwords -- users. -- -- -- That payment data such as credit card numbers with -- Some routes off line. Networks the -- interesting and apparently. Well that is not happen that yeah well why does not have -- totally fine with it is totally fine with hacking PBS. And Nintendo open would gladly -- particular link to your product makers like two weeks. But they get that off limits are you crazy that we would. Sega is are you kidding me and then they operate -- the -- orbit -- richer in Antarctic. Audio note and -- derelict at Sega contact between it -- -- -- all week he would mean. We want to help you destroy the hackers that attacked you we love the Dreamcast the people are going to -- a. Hey I'm I'm I'm I'm can leave behind. -- its love of -- Dreamcast and of Sega because they always underdog -- on documents and Whiting got nine look at. And then. Oh no no not the underdog never have been the other -- and -- -- -- that he denies it has always been that I'm the fledging couple company that could make it and nothing. I mean. It. I think they're very seriously I don't buy it still -- As an out of the second or two yeah I was and that magnolia Massachusetts -- times -- -- at the magazine pages thick exactly as the fondness for the and yes do you know I do kinda like the -- -- Nintendo is worthy of hacking against say this. And -- though it seems like arbitrary lines are being drawn here. I don't think so I took that seriously and that it would take a look at note. Is that it does not arbitrary at all it's not as I was Dell's involved in that Sega Nintendo war of the late eighties early ninety's I was -- in front lines that war. -- -- well lot of friends. Who hold. -- -- so look. The -- casualties yet -- get dvds yes and. -- -- You know what I'm so glad they are a necessity can provide an important opposing viewpoint -- what would otherwise seem like it totally arbitrary and the center of a bunch of thirteen year old -- -- -- you are not acted you know actually this puts the -- to the idea that -- thirteen via. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I'll be at least like their desire to Italy announced the they're gonna have -- -- -- Sega it is an engine test on May ninth on BO but. You know that the debate that -- sake. -- -- The low level load balancing these days you know and it happens that -- -- love. Adding that an important detail of your clue gathering about it on time with -- here who's next for -- -- or who will be spared. Whoever those where the -- -- kicked out of. Hackers -- -- they gotta go down. Also going down apparently is anybody litany of data anonymous and -- think this just came in just before the story. Before the show started and apparently anonymous -- look like have now joined forces. To declare. War on the and they're calling on all hackers white black gray whatever -- or -- -- gain -- ray not important if you're aware of the corruption they say. -- it now in the name of anti security top priority. According to there. Mission statement here is to steal -- -- any classified government information including even samples and documentation. Prime targets are banks and other high ranking establishment thing. If they tried to answer our progress we will obliterate the sensor with cannon fire anointed with lizard -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Done done done and then and that is to believed that -- Storm is only about it -- Man it's that season at an undisclosed and in store for winter and as much corn hospital -- actually. A I had a bomb shelter at the -- -- -- Tunnels going door and say. It's an increase and conduct regular meal and it's that -- -- I will say that and today that. Although I have occasionally pressed them. Very very lukewarm support for the idea in the -- -- fiddle with obedient anonymous -- agent -- yet. Please do someone bring attention to the -- re mating corruption that is the hallmark of global commerce right now right but. Unfortunately more and more -- individual users who -- content I mean when you're in a 100 and would one point three million user names and passwords there. Compromise when 62000. Username and aperture posted on line. For anybody to -- when you know people are having like they visited -- -- -- wall -- and let them beat but. Not not you know you're not. United Kingdom government -- -- -- them. But that's fun to. -- apparently what looked like it yeah a little miss him like a response team of people that they were being mean and there's like -- but we think it's -- And -- just that it this is what happens when when hackers take over the world. Become Amish can he had an. -- Look wonderful. They believe how many except my -- a popular -- the pattern. Mandolin gimmick that I virtually the birds are nesting in the beard right to deny that whether the Pentagon -- according -- -- -- -- -- -- was once again Donald teensy proving that it. That -- corn is the better option -- -- calling me. Because this week and. The -- prices plummeted after the exchange the major the most popular change mountain got into. A -- There was sql injection. Attack and -- got that it -- and things like -- hack. This sequel injection -- at that. That residents where where someone with a. -- to steal. Roughly 7%. Of the the one account with compromised and apparently that one account contained roughly. 7% of the world's big points well but -- like ten million. And then they attempted to sell them all. On the -- got exchange amount -- exchanged and it caused a massive selloff the value of decline plane plummeted from -- seventeen dollars -- point two pennies. And then Antioch basically shut the whole thing down and said. We are rolling back all the trades that happens. Co investing co -- and compete -- that maybe M -- in the meantime you can't really get your money right now your email address username and passwords have been. Exposed. And we're and if you but Vick finally few pennies sorry we're -- get an idea yeah yeah. It's kind of a bad weekend for and he -- Because of this and other exchanges trying to take advantage of the situation tree hill new open -- -- so. He continues to trade -- big points on the air but I wouldn't kind of freaked -- I I am not -- -- about the -- helping mainly because. So I got so I have then. Right on the bubble of bickering investing can take the really long time to plunger count the F the first episode but the wallet counts -- PayPal or some other account there's a much different. Sites like that that you can fund accounts there -- -- set that up wait for that to get verified ideas theories of small deposits into your account menu about the fun and he got the count. And that -- takes a few more days that like this seven day process. And -- literally just does my out got account got funded. The whole thing went down just to prevent just like a total splintering of big claim like wannabes. I nothing left that trade -- right there I mean but then I get -- email that says. -- path has been hacked. And your. User information has been compromised to prime -- -- change your passwords -- panel and an and then I get with other email that -- from a concerned person. You know amount got who -- your email address and your email address because it all right. Mount -- has been hacked that you can go over here to trade -- -- click here yeah like no. And impact of a diet sources in the hacker community are telling me that there's a suspicion. That fed like the feds. Or some other sort of agenda trolls may have been behind the -- -- account -- -- in the first place because there's a huge. Growing nearly -- -- it right now it's freaking out about it going because they think that people needed to -- -- Until -- of the people diss it like to figure via you can use ideally for I mean really use -- forward you don't. He says what he'd never -- consultants and -- right now and sites that are accepting donations like epic I think in the F are accepting donations in decline -- -- Now he can give money to their security can no I'm just get a hold -- -- mine until lol click in a pop and in an anonymous content and apocalypse okay. -- -- currency to get through the right northern coming up. It's a figure any new thing. Now that has lately I have -- ethnic print out media the print out your point currency right now and that. And how tattoo it on yourself or paint like feathers from me here and just trying to really -- of what -- post apocalypse will be like that right ray. But that how would you how would you prove your bit coins in the the -- -- Yeah now. And it info popular it's not like a world and how I feel like I'm sorry it's not going the ominous and you're gonna need -- Apparently. Anyway the suspicion is that you know the -- there's somebody else with maybe trying to destabilize -- -- because they didn't like it but it. Luckily the academy interesting perspectives -- this earlier this week and I'm like -- knife. Nice volatile market there you can just roll back the trade I about it -- medium to that but apparently -- this site had a cap. On a 1000. Big -- today in withdrawals. Unlike the real financial world. So the crash actually wasn't -- that could have -- and the fact is they are able to put in those controls. Not to put your how to link I think it has to explain that really -- that some kind of like housing for closure caused by declines. Like he's getting your money funded that you. And -- hired consultants. Immediately at a -- and it adapted to atomic I'm kind of I don't know what's gonna happen with -- But but it perfectly out of that sort of consider that many like that -- -- -- -- yeah yeah yeah yeah ominous say I know you hear me you your Europe's. Pretty smart so -- I figure you know year. Not -- huge investment. By investing in and underground darkness anarchic. -- current thinking yeah there -- rightly -- hurt her back when it comes up but that money. In my heart and landmark utilities -- -- dark and had equipment that the FDIC unit steps and help you know back up the next version decline and then that will fail and then obese. Virtual housing crisis I really like -- -- haven't aired yet the corrupt bastards get away from our current. -- I'll leave my in the panhandle museums. And. And. An -- and -- heard enough. Them. I. It's just a level that was an intentional data -- in pretty -- We're seeing people ask questions in the chat rooms he beat them yeah I don't object creates me it pretty smart and with its monitors being. -- them. To think I'll now -- you -- -- became -- our your candidates don't now. That means. I immune unrelated Packard at least so far mean although it anybody can -- and it now. That -- trade commission as Green lighted Microsoft eight point five billion dollar cash takeover of -- It is going to happen congratulations Microsoft now share. And then in in the interim to prepare for that apparently -- fired eight -- effective. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Well no actually I think it it it reduces the overall value of the executive which immediately leave the emit -- little more about color. More attractive to -- purchasers. Yeah well you know you have -- officer eleven you know -- off at 130. As an exact. -- The public that contributing that much of the company anyway I wanna leave us all exactly do they could do with the could have given them seven and -- -- -- -- exactly. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It is -- it is interesting -- thing you know it could mean that people lose any and vested options depending on what I would hope that they have some sort of golden parity. Written -- I'm sure they do because executive's role like that but it does reduce the overall map and -- -- And the overall amount that they will get paid on the way out the door. Which is actually and a it doesn't do anything to make it any faster from Microsoft to do something with Skype like who will hear about what they finally one of doing this at eight years from now -- -- -- if not I'm not probably don't screw it up in the meantime. We're gonna take a quick break and come back more are not very nice -- and also how to mess with the -- memory your next. Welcome back to bug out loud every enough where outward go -- -- was sponsored here and that he talented. I'm here let Donald bell and Eric Franklin and of course being comparable even beat him hold them out of the grape crop that rapid. Yes who shot Bollywood. Got -- tune in tomorrow yeah they -- men. The Simpsons -- yet not yet. Thanks -- actually for alerting me to that the predecessor added Droid life dot com has an exclusive they say. That tiered data plans which we've been anticipating on Verizon any day now. Are arriving July 7. Packages start at thirty dollars -- used to be what you would pay for unlimited data. Now you'll get -- music starts. -- -- -- -- but. If I mean -- that are really. Hello -- and eighteen people and news and again no good conduct expensive 550 dollar fifty dollars a month for five getting. An eighty dollars a month for ten -- those those plans with tethering -- -- -- -- -- four gig total that includes -- Seventy bucks a month for seven gig and a hundred dollars a month responding. The owner -- -- community that happens the yeah yeah you every time we every time we asked if you look -- -- -- fifty million emails from people of America via our Asia alone the huge contributor. -- -- Audio only people -- live on Wi-Fi and this is part of the reason but yeah I to compared to AT&T tears. 200 makes for fifteen dollars a month a Verizon what I think is interesting is that they don't and they will. In eight years the crappy plan that they're not gonna have a crappy plan which is shockingly the minimum you can pay thirty back to -- For 25 dollars a month that AT&T get two gigs and for 45 months -- board. No it is trying to bring their base little quality to -- customers -- -- kind of leads the nation of their money. Yet they've really. I -- great but -- It's like well I added. That well. A side. -- -- -- The devices should not affect anyone currently under contract major -- like -- can turn only new customers and partly that's Europe for renewal. Also under license from all three G and four G smart. There aren't separate plans depending on the device that you -- actually pay more. -- forgy. Or more for ports that August had to pay and I'm godly amount no matter what. I'm -- that's right -- that any inexpensive. Really insanely expensive dude if you're paying fifty about the month or five gigs of data and then on top of that paying for -- Okay and that plan is mandatory there is no longer that -- -- that there that you do no minutes kept for voice mean. What do we say what -- much repaid from boys like what are the plans reports that I've created a minimum mail it in -- community. Campaign have him team which more thing could be. Because the point you're talking that should be paying like Apple -- Paying now -- he's that they won't let you have a minimum number of there are forced to buys them like forty or fifty -- and then at least at Verizon you have to -- thirty dollar Cleveland you don't like the. Particularly choice basically. I think that they are lowering the amount of bandwidth available and raising the cost of -- -- and exactly that time when the demand for bandwidth is exploding you can argue that that -- supply and demand now and it is. But considering that they've locked people in Q2 year contract -- I also think that it crosses over into doubt -- -- -- equivalent of like the lifeline phone system. You know for a landline phones for like mobile phones I feel like. If we should admit to ourselves now that a mobile phone with the data -- connected to the Internet is just a part of being human being now Easton you know and America and and I think there is its all the options that are available to you our dislike the most kind of gouging and might exploit of -- you know Virgin Mobile like the boost mobile those little. Things that aren't like the worst services at least from what I've found comes so think he you don't really have an option -- you're gonna get screwed both ways. Some people like things. To say that that. Microsoft initiated a rare. Rare -- over pretty rare. The strongly worded security statement for them warning people. In an unusually blunt statement -- -- to announce that it considers and that is actually really instinct the new web GL graphics technology that's being baked into Chrome and Firefox. To be. Harmful. And it too dangerous to support in windows. In attitude advanced -- to catch up to. Half. Possibly that possibly -- about the security flaws in the graphics and they're afraid that people can be able to hack into people's computers -- the using Chrome and Firefox a lot easier so. Microsoft is saying don't use. Scare you all the fretting that -- -- I mean. That's a major statement from the affidavit stated it's not like they're saying -- this new technology ours is better hand -- they're just flat out like no we believe quote. We believe that web GL will likely become an ongoing source of hard to fix vulnerabilities. In its current form Webb -- not a technology Microsoft can -- from a security -- -- perspective. But I mean that's a glass house right I mean how many. How many applications says in an expose corporate diet that's everything that you already years is likely one of the most of -- we think here but they think they're not on top and how some people are going of them. People aren't going to give them the kind of attention they would on -- is that I think. It did then that take away here is that any browser uses industries somehow so there's an enterprising hacker -- to make it happen no one's sake people rather die. It I think and come to my bombshells this paragraph. I can't I mean I can't -- -- my present legitimate you can never -- -- either they're legitimately very concerned about this as an ongoing security act like that they. Possibly don't want to have to deal with constantly because they haven't taken to their browser intimately you know screw you. But they're saying in an emailed statement are you -- sort of -- -- I eighteen said. Customers need to understand that the security of -- and computers is at risk when they browse the web using Google Chrome and Firefox. Because these browsers -- -- -- they open a door for malicious web sites act as one of the most secure part of a person's computer. Right after I mean that seriously -- stuff like you gotta think they at least have some. Reason for thinking. Which they can't get this fixed network script that they have any number -- -- and by the way -- group's spokesperson for an Oscar being there at the group that. Created the ideal standard or whatever declined to respond directly to -- -- report. But noted that Mozilla Firefox and opera all strongly support web GL and Apple has announced lamented the -- -- -- and that may be at the windows problem man affectionately -- and big thing is -- I -- -- -- delegates than it united some kind of like if we all believe. You can you I don't know how holly and it's a little drinking game for every time they get. I they're gonna get it up if you are -- cooking -- field bomb shelter and come back geared up. Let's let's actually move. Keep the show on the road and move ahead -- -- -- kind of truly moves from the New York Post. I became aware of the story -- an absolutely cracked me up. The New York -- in its infinite wisdom. Has started blocking access to its web site on the iPad. Only in safari. As a way to drive customers instead to the -- New York Post apps in App Store -- really get much. Thanks for running -- they I think its born and united -- And I'm sorry it's one and united download that gives you thirty days -- access -- after that seven bucks. For one month. Forty dollars for regardless abstinent for meetings and yet I also intensive reading this totally spent -- and then also it's like ludicrous what changes have a monthly amount -- like. You really truly are gonna force people to write down at a capitol in mind that if you need is an act that and a seven dollars for one and forty dollars for that six month or seventy -- dollars for the year. Let's -- can't even -- -- fish and chips -- up. Just -- an iPad. -- -- Also. -- lake you're breaking it that this does what I hate about device specific hunting -- -- the difference though many times you mean the bad absolutely -- -- it's just. Like Apple and -- hate apps. Because apps are breaking my web the web is about information delivery across devices like no matter where you are not the app -- get the web yet that is that the whole entire app market they -- -- Distant. Cash cat Telecom and right and that -- -- -- -- we decided that we don't want and we're not the business of actually delivering you the news anymore we're in the business of extorting you to by the news from. Maybe they in the biz is a pain their employees. A little rule behind me anyway and then -- I'm looking for years and now -- -- sarcastic attitude about it. So again rambler that. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I'm sure they are but pop onto that seem like after the other employees and now it doesn't mean seems really really well -- because it seems confusing maybe people will. -- be confused enough to you know go the wrong plan they don't really want to -- -- them -- -- it's also it's really insulting to the iPad buyer -- is specific to the iPad. The abrupt persons and -- and you can't get on this site enough of the suckered by the iPad. Rather lucky since the more money -- way to drag it right -- our -- -- jump on a regular computer than you could totally hopefully. You're not that it actually sent an integrated browser they can't patent. Well -- two or. Again. Pro ten mobile I've been -- -- that a new vehicles -- that meant. Well that the about the thing I get the person who does is worthy of getting spewed -- -- -- -- -- -- the president of the app lets us -- Leila you know embodied every interview -- don't know what you're -- calls from the hospital and the pilot might of the cricket selling. The. Our own -- -- -- here at CNET has put out an -- chart. For those of you have been wondering what in the blazes had been hacked recently who -- -- and what happened as a result of the -- She has -- we've created these CNET -- chart. -- -- -- -- So -- -- been diagram with this we didn't and we didn't go in photographic would -- a -- but maybe next time. No it's actually pretty it's it's really cooled very straightforward and it's just like a chart of like when it started it starts with the RS they -- in March. And then it lists you know the source the alleged source and -- the method to pilot the hack occurred and then a bunch of links to stories about it. This is great man I had my only complaint about this is it almost makes the -- -- them. You know billboard -- the carefully packaged. Like I hope I -- makes the I. They receive on the top of the charts next week content this is -- -- list. Debris inward it is pac man but it really that -- -- is how many of them are Sony. -- What was he is then wasn't the goal of the Sunnis. And I'm gonna make things a bit about this and then the last few are US senate. CIA Spanish national police in the US -- at lake. Is getting is getting way beyond just like today -- -- -- Oh it's gotten way more three out of the atlas via a website the -- was taken now it's not like the CIA gets hacked in a bunch of state secrets are revealed -- -- -- -- right. Yet so far share. Right exactly or take it out it's an interesting chart and you can expect -- you can expect the names on that to get more and more recognizable and terrifying it enables select new -- -- to be believed. Red boxes launching a two dollar -- -- videogame rental service adding to its kiosks movie kiosks. Videogames smart. Gal I never Anderson my Netflix -- -- game I don't really like -- Waited for them to do video games because I didn't wanna pay for game fly and Netflix -- Com and they never got around this like eight years puzzling like well maybe they'll they'll eventually go that he has never dead on -- -- and now. But red box is doing it so that's good news video game that the -- like I can think what may be why competitively since they're trying to get. -- the Netflix service on so many game console. Sure to have a look at competing brands and -- ask the client move for them mar and I am sometimes -- conspiracy mindedness has. And. And then a follow up to the story we did on Friday about the dismal quarterly earnings that rim reported how bad things and look in their now. Not surprisingly bright glossy vice president digital marketing and media at rim becomes the first device in many -- to dessert that -- ship. He's reportedly left. -- -- -- Which -- just about where I would just feel it but if they were having -- that rim. That -- -- -- -- I'm -- -- that institute science news. I love the headline on this or it's not the headline all of the lead on the third film. From -- quote is there anything we can't learn from drugged up wrap. Up. Question for -- -- no. Actually the latest thing that we've learned apparently. Is that scientists have been able to -- store. -- first he raised. Then restore the memory. -- -- -- -- Now I have some memories that -- probably -- restart and mostly like most of the phone numbers placed there have command and memory total. Restated that wake forest university and the university of -- in California used a group of -- -- To demonstrate a method by which memory can be restored with a flick a switch the -- out -- in the tiny rat sized electrode. An exposed to drugs basically they just got them -- -- tell -- which caused them to then forget the connection between pushing a lever and getting water. They -- so why they couldn't remember that if you push the lever you get water I think that didn't mar the -- And then though when they turned the electronic switch on on the little rats as electrode then it restored their memory of -- -- -- and when they turned it off then they -- and. It sounds in the polish government be making what it sounds like -- has only -- Meese took on the movies -- internal sites such as well as well -- are. What at what point do we get to the total recall. Like you know putting in false memories. Gunmen in black with like the little men are out there right now -- recalls were much more fun and then you -- -- -- -- memory of -- is great weaken a Mars. Meant. -- secret agent. By and there and -- that little girl -- don't let alone aren't getting enough being done that and ensured that at the top deal with that nothing yet. -- Think -- reference Al quad op squad though. If -- It. I know the guy's brother -- -- running anyway. And the they hope they can test this kind of experiment on primate. And then perhaps use the research and -- -- benefit -- and throw out timers or -- Now at a rat and I mean -- -- them. -- -- -- But it isn't like officially clogging the tubes now and I could not be happier. That Samuel L. Jackson at reading. -- to have to sleep. Yes which is that not at children but children and I heard this and -- freaking difficult it is the you're getting go to sleep now. Eight it was already like all the parents January -- -- have faith but whenever and then -- -- and read an audible distributed as a free download for 48 hours. The -- minute long -- And it is so I mean that we -- to -- in reading -- to have to -- away. It is his impact on it that it could -- quiet but important. We've got well. -- -- -- -- -- -- I don't think anyone says the effort that. Seriously. -- bullish thing that yeah I like being built that delivery. -- -- -- -- -- -- a thorough and complete. Good gosh look at the I actually got close to those those lists only HOT. I listen to either ignorant and that's really it is -- There and. Also an inch and a new Paul -- with all from retrieve dot com. One -- only one in three Americans say that they have tweeted or posting something online. That they later regretted. The committee -- -- rules it and they've done. Let's on the that you beat the other other than like well I guess that's can abroad right -- -- I think that I -- -- yet treatments there again ranked. I think that there yet -- taken down resentment that I mean Nazis the ruined my life. Or anything like apparently 3% that the -- interest in where was it. 3% of respondents and that they had posted something yet that we or posted ruined their marriage or relationship -- in -- in the while 6%. That it had caused problems at home -- work. If it survey underscores the dangers of social media among people who feel they want to -- -- or at the dangers of drinking while holding cell phone. That is not seriously I'm the entire -- of -- Equal. Them correctly to jump before. The -- I try really hard not to directory actually I really active it's kind of hard and are -- aren't everything I had some problems are also now lubricant going there are a couple of those -- There are. You regret that regret that we read out a bit if you don't help -- -- -- it. Google apparently added a rainbow to its search bar commemorate testing pride month. Which the June but. 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