Mailbag: Best burritos in San FranciscoThis week on the Mailbag, what happened to Geek Pop, a very good question, and snail mail!
Hey, everyone, I'm Molly Wood, and welcome to the CNET Mailbag, the show where we take your feedback about the stuff we do here at CNET. This week, I got a LOT of snail mail! Let's check it out. Brad wrote in from Australia and said he'll be in town in early July and he'd love to come to a Buzz Out Loud monthly meetup ... and I think we might be able to make that happen, Brad. Stay tuned. He also said, "Where can I get a good burrito in San Fran?" Well, Brad, first things first. Don't call it San Fran and don't call it Frisco. Everyone will know you're from out of town. I mean, assuming your Australian accent doesn't give you away. Second, before you come, check out burritoeater.com. And may I humbly suggest: Taqueria San Francisco. Yum. Papalote. Oh, my producer Sarah says Papalote, also delicious. Next up, I got a WONDERFUL sweet letter from Aaron and his daughter Rachel in Illinois, who sent me this four-leaf clover for luck! THAT IS SO. NICE!!! THANK YOU! And finally, someone out there took the time to airmail me some ... Mother's Day circulars. Why. Uh. Thank you! I do like the pink, crystal-encrusted calculator, though. Good Gadgettes fodder. Hey, maybe that's what this was for. Oops, wrong show. And now to the emails. Jia sent in, he says, A VERY GOOD QUESTION. "Is tekzilla a part of CNet?" That actually is a good question, because I know some of you have been confused. We have a deal with Revision3, which produces Tekzilla, to run some of their shows on CNET TV. But it's not actually PART of CNET TV. We're just sharing. Another programming note. Anthony from Atlanta asks: What happened to Geek Pop, that show informed about all tech entertainment and there hasn't been a new since May 5th. I hope CNET hasn't CANCELED it. Anthony ... it's not that ... CNET canceled it. It's more that ... me and Tom and our overworked producers canceled it. Hopefully it will return someday in another form, but for right now ... we just have too much going on. I'm sorry. We liked it! Now it's time for: Fashion Police! Chris emailed this: How come you and Brian Tong get 80-90% of CNET's clothing budget spent on you? Every thing we see you guys, you seem to be wearing something different. Come on, share the budget with the rest of the crew. Some of them really need it, you know who. I don't know who. Who? Who do you mean? Oh, these guys? Oh, hm. I'll talk to Brian. Maybe we can divvy up our cash. Ok, that does it for this week. Keep that feedback coming. Mailbag@cnet.com, or send me a postcard. 235 2nd St., San Francisco, CA, 94105. See you next time.