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Today's your day November 23 represents. -- -- -- -- I'm Brian's song best I am Molly Wood -- -- a buzz out loud in a podcast of indeterminate length episode thirteen 150 that day and it's the show where we are preparing our pack thousand. The stuff that I generally I greatly and I wanted to enhance -- I I'm you know I know -- -- menu favorite bar. You -- opt out. Really -- -- I need I need a new jeans because I'm soaking wet from the rain and call Verizon me I think I was the only -- outside for that ten minute distractions like literally like. -- -- So I was not -- by the way that. It's no no no no way away from a -- all that they're very comfortable selling to expand its feels like now. He -- I'm happy and Chile and I hand in hand with totally prepared the technical big -- an umbrella admiring the anode block enactment acted upon this morning. The African stunning late sixty degree at the equipment items that we already know that it's a fair world. If that. And with -- -- world. He did not in an app that -- I've thought about IL us talk about less than a little -- media and Alter people's so obviously the update went through four point two point one week we mentioned a little -- we've been talking about aligned just in the past and people are starting email -- -- you know one of income because what the point where -- yes though -- -- -- -- The little issue that you might have had after -- -- a four point you play one on your iPhone is that. You look at your iPhone you wanna play music. And only music is temporarily. On it showed no music plain whatsoever so of the little quick fixes don't trip out to restore your phone. Yet -- use a three sync your phone to iTunes. They suggest actually plain tracked directly from your phone just in case and then when you disconnect their iPhone. The music should. Be -- -- visible yet -- no big deal. To all you have to do is rethink your app on what does that about a three hour prime process woman -- -- -- every time I've been an escalating need to back it up that's -- it in your back that you can display get in restated the and it. Yet you know I do have a little. Comment comments on using it you know thoroughly with -- Last night now -- not in the whole -- thing this is where you can toss your video or -- audio from an iPad or an I device to your TV set is an Apple TV. I thought it I think it's cool but. It takes for ever for a video file like along a full fledged movie to show up it took at least thirty seconds for a -- You know -- you can tell that it's thinking has little spinning ball initial the first frame of the video but -- it takes another took another 152030 seconds more before the -- -- plain. If the shuttle through that video and this is I'm talking about a movie like Iron Man to -- -- I stumbled through the video. That it took another like 1520 seconds -- -- to queue up and then replay the movie again. I'm not sure it was my file but I tried it on three different videos and -- -- like okay that the delay with -- -- -- to -- -- you know picture should find music set up -- -- Instantly but. A -- with a video. It's a little longer and then the other issue that. You know I think a lot -- these reviewers are playing with the Apple TV and iPad already set up on right input but a lot -- -- or accident if you're on your iPad. And anyone immediately throw contents -- TV set. You have to change the input on your TV to the Apple TV. And then if Apple TV -- -- sleeping you have to turn on the Apple TV and then you can throw it so I think. I think it's a great technology -- it needs to be snappy when a lot of people don't realize that Kate after you get off this review tip and you're already with everything in place. How long is actually take the set this thing out -- Terrible now is not a few seconds but it feels kind of like it's more than a few remaining code for it was like it was like a -- -- -- email it and nine so my same with my experience I have not and the upgrade. Obviously as I use the -- I -- British like every day. Media measurement -- everything packed in and because it because the iPad is primarily from a toddler and he will -- -- -- -- it -- -- that things are you. Turning in either than a life -- that every -- But my brother of like and edit them up and some people are saying that name in that there in the -- that there isn't that much to. Like -- -- you know there's and the multitasking but if you're not -- you airplane or you already had. ITunes on streaming brightly at 230 had that it doesn't seem like that into the deal thank you wanna point out that on the on the forum about people who -- noticing their music being gone. That -- think X works. If you sync your music all the time but if you manually manage your music cool again it's apparently a total nightmare like this one person -- -- what happens is you copy music onto the iPhone. The open iPod out out dot app. The music you copied doesn't show up. That you just copied over the many have to do the play then sync it. In the thread and that will work but then you have to do it every single time you copy music to the -- or manually users via. Then they gotta -- that with a -- one person response by -- note on the manual yet. Music -- We'll see one present that that didn't happen and so -- you can happen and -- you know there's problems every time there's an -- and and just chat rooms like get off -- -- eleven B I'm on an 802 element and network but rain much on with UV I'm pulling on -- I put my favorite let her -- -- and the new Cologne. I. -- -- RKS did not stop reporting all of the ways that spot I have still not and they need the US and we sort of keep hoping that it will be even though -- -- to -- like the ointment and get through it interview -- during however. Apparently -- spot -- is now under pressure. Because they aren't making as much money as they need -- and if they don't end up if they don't get these deals done and get to the US soon. They may not make. Yet they they announced they were trying to get a US launch are released by the end of this year. And they have yet to line up all four major major music labels the issue here is the way that their service runs -- either ad supported. Or people papers that subscription fee for and what they do than they pay the music labels. A -- a small in no small amount for each song that's played whether its ad supported or on the subscription plan well here in the US the labels are. Our liking that plan nearly as much and they haven't been able to lock down any partnerships they're trying to decide spotted by as. Should we just roll out with partnerships that -- -- two or three but once you only get a field. And not all than people wanna play and listen to certain music meaning they can access to it -- it just dilutes. What makes the products so killer. In the UK so what. It'll let's explain without I have yet again talk about it a lot of nobody however -- people and I understand it is a subscription service digital jukebox -- and also a locker right like you can -- your own. Collection in the cloud like you can -- Lotta love but then you also can subscribe and just listen and stream whatever music you want. And then -- a subscription free is that it either asked Jordan or hold it out there's an ad supported version. Or people are really -- so you wanna support it because it love it it's like 749 a month or so and something about -- -- some dollars and 4096 cents a month. So then what happens in the US labeled as they're like oh wait really for free. It a lot of people opt for the ad supported version obviously -- thing is for three. People could stream all of the music -- -- penalized but they want to. And we really -- like ten cents. -- Key sound like I mean you can -- -- -- shark. So but the difference when we need a -- -- -- yet to pay to get groups are -- phone. The stream on with mobile but like none of the web and creating -- you want -- Yeah I it. It probably comes -- a percentage of cut of how much music is actually streamed right they spotted by hasn't numbers and how much revenue is actually given back the labels wrecked because with the with the -- subscriptions. Paid version. I'm sure there -- You know they'll be okay with that you know music music services are fine with subscription -- you know we've had rhapsody Napster they've been -- -- -- deals labels -- that -- -- on the ad supported site. That's probably the biggest take a long and there's a lot of speculation on just that conspiracy -- -- maybe you know the labels are working with spot -- because they were gonna Apple mean I truly don't understand why Apple going on with streaming content and really just embattled. And that I have a feeling -- them. And then also they've also mentioned you know -- -- all -- of our CNET reporters also mentioned. But Apple has had trouble locking them labels as well for their own subscription service -- I'm sure they're having vexing problems that are enough that. Which is that the label once again. Yet a -- to -- don't wanna get -- -- -- over. And -- they still haven't learned since the ninth. And those are those are long gone. Where the twenty -- he's written it and -- portable Lauren attends the spread of the labels -- -- the nine the labels and maybe if and the FCC is company coming to the attendees they are where I find it just happened to find a new era who attends the zen -- We are. And attendees and the FCC is looking at possibly letting citizens -- port crime and 911 through text messages. And an even stream video from their mobile phones to emergency senate vacancies that they -- going. Yes so currently they say about 70% of calls. Come in through mobile phones and -- one of the issues now is a lot of for example they use an example like the Virginia Tech situation where there -- a student. That went on a -- out there and that if they had other support for infrastructure like you know text messages or people using their phones to send in video. At that moment. And they would be able to realize the severity of it it's getting get a little look at what's happening on the scene. To get people out -- -- I think what happened is that their entire system on campus was basically democratic. We'll have a lot of times like this happens pretty often then a lot of times the voice networks will go down or be overloaded. But data is so much smaller you know it's so much it's way easier to center -- text which is a tiny amount of data compared to running a voice call. And so they could take so a lot of times the data networks will be more. Reliable and -- can get through. But he you know we were talking about a few shows ago how when something happens whether it's like an emergency help people like automatically when the phone -- -- instead of is that like even helping. -- or maybe their frozen at the moment they're going directly to their phones -- so. Obviously that's -- is like -- okay. Maybe we should get on this they say yeah well an Apple neatly put infrastructure in place that we can take advantage of the fact that we have literally mobile reporters. -- mobile emergency no witnesses everywhere we go. -- for a while it was the case that they weren't prioritizing cellphone call that mean they've been cut in other businesses gradual but. What I call amendment -- months from now on a long time now only 2000 -- and think. And got put -- -- But for elderly didn't allow before because for lunch and they weren't prioritizing open column over land -- volcanoes and -- the -- -- -- -- into the attendees that. It hit but I think the ability to send a text messages and multimedia with it and amendment system would be made probably -- -- on that anyway. It looks like there were in -- I worry that we've been working pretty hard look at least seven -- -- yourself -- at least. Minutes on a bus and I think -- temporal lobe and the second -- Hollywood and practically inviting you to join us for the 2010 edition of cnet's holiday help desk that happens every Monday at 1 PM Pacific 4 PM eastern starting November 22. It's where we make you look like a brilliant tech gift giver as we take your live calls and we feel your emails and act. Send us an email right now the holiday helped -- at cnet.com and along with the rest of cnet's editors will point you to the right product at the right price. Holiday help desk Mondays at 1 PM Pacific time starting November 22 at cnet.com slash life. Welcome back everybody to buzz out loud. We have news here silverlight Microsoft develop application platform and development is coming to the Xbox-360. Now if you're not familiar with silverlight. It's essentially I wanna say it's -- but it's similar to Adobe has their own flash platform silverlight had their platform that supports multi media. As well -- you'll see a package with the resemble the Olympics it's on multiple browsers across multiple platforms where you're able to get video feeds directly into the browser. Also dates that -- basis for windows phone seven. So now this platform is coming out -- the Xbox-360 which. Is interesting because this would allow them to pump all that content online video content -- -- have partnerships with directly onto their Xbox to make it a more media centric device. It's amazing it's like you're gonna have silverlight and you might as well have an on every device that you can run. They are using for your -- -- because then you can have the -- video stream. Across appease the across the windows on them and on across the Xbox like the idea of being able to sit there -- -- -- by stream. Real time Olympics is the author he actually mean you know for another a lot of people are like well I'm hoping that the announcement that the giving up -- -- but then that's. But but they're not and so -- embrace it good that -- embracing across while the -- the thing is that you know. And did what this sprouted out from is there's a job application for Microsoft that. Actively seeking out now silverlight development for the Xbox platform so that's how this whole thing started but I mean there's plenty of other opportunities where you have app not only does video streams -- silverlight but applications that can work cross platform that can talk to each other. And it builds another kind of ecosystem that they can potentially work with and leverage to make the products crossover I think the whole windows phone seven series that series. Whatever they -- -- on hold on their windows. Phone seven world you know that's what we're hoping that they can develop. And throttle its leaders and for that to be able to communicate directly with the Xbox -- which already has something like 445 million users. -- That that's a -- that's easy to get back and lesions. Absolutely -- it makes this -- just not much more from a powerful multi media -- And it was rumor world this morning -- -- it's been confirmed apparently orange and T-Mobile wireless. In the UK are going to bring of the iPad -- overseas buyers at a subsidized by the end of the press is going to be yet. But they are going to offer subsidized price for the three G Wi-Fi plus three G iPad models and sometime in the coming. And this would be -- and this is confirmed again it was the river yesterday it's been confirmed by or just press office -- to be the first subsidized iPad on the market. You've seen you know eighteen C you can get you can use it with an -- but you're not. Handcuffed to a Verizon and everyone was like oh my gosh Verizon as an iPad -- I think they're just selling a life divers and with there. But -- little MiFi card -- on there are suggesting that it might be something like an eighteen to 24 month contract. And at around 320 dollars for an iPad room three G which starts at 629 in the US. That'll be if the T-Mobile wireless IP parent company everything everywhere so I think presumably would be on the T-Mobile UK and orange rain. And they say currently on an un subsidized Wi-Fi and three G iPad. Over over and UK is approximately around 844 dollars. Man they can you imagine don't do it now and anybody listening like okay what add panel at the coming months they're gonna be you don't do it now can you imagine signing contract -- of these things. At you know 150 -- a few hundred dollars and then the next one comes out in April or march. You know I feel -- there's obviously this huge push to get people to -- -- -- right now -- put -- in park in hot not. Well as that -- and -- -- I noted that I was the -- but that didn't -- rolled -- -- rolled a little more than a I've learned to love that it at that. That the -- -- -- diagonally and don't sign a contract for a tablet at all but you know. The fact that the iPad is in hot -- stands now means that they continually coming soon and they don't people. As TJ Maxx about does it I had no light at it'll cost -- -- it's like a hot dog and a Draper when they need -- -- the best -- get it -- -- if that's. The town actually have -- have that to me. -- -- to see Italy but ultimately it's the worst thing you can ever eat it like -- and achieve ranch dressing ultimately -- And our own butter all rolled up in doubt -- triple triple with. With red definitely get it while many 99 cent heart attack are paying them an easy way what -- about things that I guess. It's a triple you don't know -- the Nintendo. 3-D as well Nintendo is now returning. To CES 20116. It's been they haven't been there for sixteen years now. But they're coming to do a little gaming showcase at CES Sony and Microsoft has always been there they've always showcase gaming platforms you have third party companies and accessories. Like Nikon one not sure enough there -- did but -- through yes I was already. Ever unless he's that is one device that if you are at CES this year you have to see uncomfortable it blows you it blows you away. Yeah it really does it's you know. How many -- in a device that's treaty without glasses might. Battle -- but then it's like -- team in its. Like Mario popping out a -- in 3-D graphics on an infusion that did that three so also the other 3-D S has three cameras on the back of it. Though the resolution isn't that -- high. But it was pretty awesome to take a picture of you. And then like look at it and it does -- anonymity picture at a three day it was only like a one megapixel camera tape you know diiulio it was not very I tell but if it. -- -- I am I am excited to see the 3-D S and good for Nintendo -- because they do need to step it up. Like having that -- Nintendo's gotten somewhat rightfully complacent because they -- the hand -- gaming market and the Wii was just. You know Ali filled out and they were just -- -- doing their thing and resting on their laurels -- of that -- good for them for getting out into the fray and being at CES where everybody in the. In the consumer electronics world I am I in north palm wouldn't Nintendo is they've historically had a problem with -- multiply there and I gather their network or what if there's stuff isn't as good as the -- you. Microsoft. Yet announcement and it's better here. Be clear that carry this thing and I'm excited about this but this review with no black glasses and it's -- mean which is you know if there's anything I would do three people -- right now. If I was going to it in any danger here -- in the killer app. Yeah absolutely. Speed killer apps apparently farm bill has lost its number one FaceBook apps lots. Look like malignant. There's something called praises. I haven't heard -- is something college -- had heard of Intel's latest acted as the -- the daily do it yourself quiz and trivia application. Which definitely known -- -- give them and people they -- -- agreed and then what happens he started posting raises. -- well it's all eager farm bill or a little -- Non stop -- not just seriously you'll find that like that people yet. Very excited about farming apparently with little activity but even more excited about finding out about themselves yet week. Old people love that it like -- ultimate -- and. You know in -- meaning are with them is that -- -- like yeah boy got I am totally like let's have a person are you an Oakland now with the popular like uprising popping up like a lot cited -- Iowa. Well men have gone -- Molly look at that live in the net and let them everywhere and not doing it because no matter who you're you're pretty much gotten one of the bureau of. Which is iPod lately everyone I -- got those they meet in the -- and the thing that I. It made -- but -- -- phrases had 54387850. Active users are built trails by. 553 point nine million then and -- farm built over. Packet -- from the white flag you're done and generically for a week is fish -- out yet. If there is that they have a fishbowl and what not I don't have everything -- -- -- -- 10 for a picture of the night in night. And that I need to red snapper -- I'm I'm I'm I'm not one girl and eloquently. And this crazy story at the Wall Street Journal immensely more if you aren't in -- life insurers are apparently now the insurance industry is very interested menu and all that data about you and in compiling. Actually actuarial tables that can precisely manage -- Now one of the ways they're apparently doing it is to use your social network and other available on line data. Whether you're shopping detail your list of friends your likes and -- subscriptions to help do this predictive modeling system. And they think that it is in fact. Persuasive in its ability to mimic traditional technique and even easier because as we know they can just easily collect on the third party information by -- in -- it lasers and making -- Gavel one of the motivations this belies little motivation they said was its first of all cheaper to do this because a lot of this information is accessible you can gather from marketers. I'm who have the advertising -- if that that grab this idea that can be mined. So currently you know doing blood and urine test -- -- it -- -- I believe they sit around a 125 dollars or so. To do it but the resource is taken just you essentially -- -- This data of your profile on the Internet with -- be more like 25 dollars. -- -- -- -- And if you don't fascinating actually that we. That that many Americans -- profiling as a security paying that back to that ethic and everything but the actual. The actuarial tables that these people put together based on. -- income habits what your friends do is like way worse than any draft agreement if you think erupted but anyway. Apparently they scoop up all they already scoop up all kinds of public -- hunting permits boat registrations property -- earth and then now they're trying to go. Even further. They the FTC if they might. -- skirting the line they might start to run into the regulatory concerns but the stuff that they're already -- that's pretty insane. Yes Ocalan I think corrected that to get a similar so -- -- -- treating like this model and this formula. That they're trying to match to see if they could get the same type results. Not I don't wanna say to profile people but you know by finding out information about them they could find -- -- are you more metallic detail person anymore and it do you have more of an active lifestyle or -- little lifestyle that is riskier if you're involved like high risk activities that would make. That would be inclined to a higher insurance rate. So the actual -- -- -- Equipment -- it is. Profiling. They don't say it in the article. But that flooded but is it's a sorry it's by it would cost them five dollars for persons and -- twenty dollars they come to pull this information together and create the profile and they've said that. So this is Deloitte. Is I guess consulting on this -- the US arm of British insurer of Eva you'll see that students at the 60000. Applicant. -- that they're doing on every signature people that they ventured and is -- -- -- that whatever results from this matches up with what. The article from the bullet from the blood in -- intensively -- -- other data they have already now. You know we need now as the FaceBook app that shows you are there you know -- -- eating right. So you know what -- you know what they're seeing yet not yet expected out what your algorithm -- for the status updates that are now at. This is not about us is the fact that -- that they said basically that the algorithms and that methodology that they have is. Essentially giving them the same results what they're currently d'alene and at magazine and is still lay all your social. Fingerprint. Only and I've heard that you know they'd like that the big question of course it was written charm -- -- what about if you live under -- and your profile. And I've I've read that they say that even if you -- on your profile. They can use your friends lists and your network. To -- an accurate picture of you -- so much like all of -- basically kind of peer pressure stuff. Still make them able to figure out what you're like what you really like even if you are you guys happy you made your -- the profile public. Wow. On that. Yet thank you can -- that and let's definitely -- from cricket for example. Black Friday is come -- soon. And nobody wants to be left behind Apple has already announced its Black Friday sale. They haven't said what deal they'll be offering specifically on Friday but they are saying you'll find dozens. A great iPad iPod and active for everyone -- For a few shows -- back guide I mentioned how old the -- -- -- and would be typically on the consumer line items anywhere from five to 8% off. And then they have this little plaque there that's like about. Twelve to twenty accessories headphones. Little mini speakers. Cases that'll give that'll give -- -- ten to 15% of ranked so. That you're not gonna get any -- like Black Friday. Fifteen. -- -- Discount off any of their products you just won't know pretty much -- an iPad -- -- We guarantee against the -- of 8% 10%. Thompson but today they have so I'm sorry not come today actually there's an iPod the iPod the new iPod Touch or 220 dollars that's down nine known. I was so excited I -- -- -- regularly to 99 and then it's linked units like the. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And -- this is one you guys have to scoop up -- -- -- show notes we have there's a little link for you to get. Three and PD credits from Amazon so essentially if you're logged in to Amazon site. You just this is from Lifehacker I thought all over the Internet but you click on the link on that so there you essentially just type in the little code I think it's like. 3M. And then it automatically -- the credits -- pounds by results more that's and these -- songs being played on any device that Amazon is MP threes -- I love the arrogant terminal ring tones -- creative problem iPod I think given to a friend I can do whatever I want winner if no DRM on. Make that work and I found -- I'm totally never -- can't hear a song on the radio and and I go. Like teenaged dreams I am I is the is that believers and available on a contaminant by Alan humble below -- boom boom boom shall bulb. Okay it's so good that. Microsoft has also unveiled its Xbox Live marketplace Black Friday deals they will offer the -- three under stone quack pack for 400 -- -- going. -- -- -- Gibson is just funny when -- -- badly blob -- old layout you guys love but actually Grand Theft Auto San Andreas and halo combat evolved for 400 point. Down from 12105. Dollars and so on and so forth and then on Black Friday they say they'll drop the price the standard editions of halo reach -- -- three -- fifteen women and 3999. Having on Taylor -- yet when. -- hand though. Also PS3 is doing Black Friday deals with is this is the first time that I can remember I'd -- -- that it last year. But the online marketplaces. Or game console are now participate in Black Friday deals it's great and I've been pretty good and that -- -- how often varied themes and -- if they AFP SP on all -- the -- is Metal Gear Solid peace walker. Only forty bucks when he box like that itself -- to get that team is like -- that's -- of all time on the. Just within a year old okay we're gonna stop -- games though actually also in the cricket -- -- Xbox is five years old this week. Several years old at midnight lines started on November 20 -- making it. Via the twentieth though the 21 they came out -- and that is the. That is recently had their main hardware moneymaker now they're really in I just -- -- -- their member in the recent earnings what is it. Their black -- itself. Drew thirty Purcell 38% warrior reader -- recent quarter wow. And it's a multi media now yet it's it's a big contributor to -- -- -- and I'm gaming I'm into the appeared through that the quality and thinking that -- -- amendment from. Yet the PS3 and is it harmful to the tenure -- I totally agree now. Because with the hardware and what -- -- -- like. Everyone -- that the PS3 doing 3-D like there are games -- actually be able to be played the medium spots at the via -- Red doll scenario is looking at another article also have -- Rolls out. At this guys you haven't heard about this one checked in -- -- way. Check in offers -- -- -- L and Steve let it get AT AL thanks for ignorant. Couple who you know obviously they realized and realize weld easily application these services are -- our butts we should probably get on this. And it kind of a -- they do this kind of you that. We do reviews it in check -- are now officially the new black. Apple is planning a December event with Rupert Murdoch no surprise it's just that now we think we have a date and in December ninth. Bandied about as a possible date and -- I suspect they think it's safe to assume. -- the announcement of the new iPad -- Absolutely. -- -- On to the -- Apparently the idea of you're right not to be annoyed by any human has extended so far -- That there are now gadgets designed to take on angry piper -- and angry -- I know it either after the -- -- second and and -- -- -- -- -- this navigated it is apparently -- link it'll unabomber hoodie. It -- -- -- cover it particularly. It flips right over any keyboard and include the plastic ether case and if -- can't open your eyes closed. -- -- But it is like the old Seinfeld is a really sound is -- like -- sound bear like material in there and you forget now I did I am horrified by the late real who. How -- What. I would what that's -- -- -- -- like who is that annoyed by other people typing and if that's the problem then you're gonna need to leave not -- the -- I think this was. He can actually on the movie outbreak. -- based on what it -- -- those cords to keep the germs in a home might imagine how much worth the germs that I love him there's a vinyl window that allows you this year fingered hands. It's so clever. -- -- -- -- and actually maybe it could keeping him warm. Our marketed as a warmer and not like Apple and China to annoy the people -- -- you. I don't -- notes and -- and then there's also an. Color recently earned -- -- -- of a -- but recently earned a CNET editors' choice awards. Which Molly said makes it a whole lot easier for us to figure out which one we should get. This series -- all the Kindle and the Nook Color are now -- editor's -- -- which. I was actually really interested to do with about the net pelican has -- I've been curious that you know just came out -- like. What's gonna happen out there -- hot on the Kindle while the net -- -- apparently you know it's just as good in its own right it's a different kind of device but. It at first I thought it can use the waters but you know what it turns -- it is among three options now you've got T pocono. Had a baby tablet. In between -- and a Keller or add in all it iPad which you can buy it the new and -- Tell you we get a buyer's guide recently and I gave it a yellow because. -- the reason why it -- not read though because people that don't one of -- camera of its camera based on camera. They may not care about that now that you know it can be better smaller and later -- I know but don't do it. It is gonna be mad I'm just saying -- no matter who you are you're probably stunningly bad -- the -- it's gonna come out of the -- bright and in smaller lighter and -- and -- -- -- being five to six months is a long time that's the one thing it doesn't -- -- think -- in the -- their -- -- anonymity -- some things don't yell -- -- -- -- that's it where the real news let's get to the. I don't know if I try -- to go on and on about every single Google doodle. Mostly because it's really hard to say Google doodle. But I am super excited about today that it actually happened to me that I went to Google and the -- -- -- an apartment they and then a a little like Thanksgiving -- movement of food and then when you click on it. It's a Turkey and stuffing recipe by the barefoot contessa he did gardens. Full. -- -- -- and we even say it again and -- picturesque speaking customer for content key under it. I'm the same anywhere collection -- in some other happy Indians that I was like all right -- all you Molly. Because I am a nerd -- -- -- the -- -- -- great many listeners are often play with it which is great I loved the trust me I love food and loved it. I love -- editing and garbage disposal it if you're not about the -- into pick into the hot air. I'm making -- -- fresh primaries that you know that requires. One couple water boiled one -- -- figure and a nice back to ocean spray tremors -- it is good -- -- unity and orange -- they're like me not libel or dry and sometimes gets Letterman. Her no orange -- -- -- -- it's enabled they don't know they'd need to script a little bit of the orange steel Europe to give a little action flavor like that well I don't like that and -- -- -- As a that -- better. I tell you barely anything and -- can -- a little Berman and if you wanna really like a crazy he's a little Berman and -- helping. Well we'll get a little bring a little heat so that. That's awesome this delighted that right there that is all there even that I got excited about -- on my address if you wanna -- up there. Two we know people said it should have. An anonymous caller wants to know -- -- -- how -- question -- like Amylin about the route to. It but how about crew in thirteen 56. You talked about Google TV being blocked. Okay I was thinking about buying another streaming product. Preferably a roku and was gonna stop that from getting brought. -- All right well we can tell you the main thing with the roku that it actually doesn't have. A web browser. Which would allow you to potentially access other sites like Comedy Central. Who MTV and whatnot that would block you so. The -- whose platform is they have these SNC you know kind of like partnerships and apps. You -- -- scroll across the get access to the that's why you probably won't see them getting blocked because they have Hulu plus which is a partnership and that's as close as you're gonna get. To TV shows on a -- percent -- Though they got there you don't -- -- by -- is okay. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Molly and -- -- had a rough out there for Hulu Hulu plus is dropped. If they need figure they -- it does come out with them like blanket contract that they can. You can't -- that the studio active ignited asking people to -- -- -- and that's on the pre version of nominal but that is enough. And -- we get a ton in Montreal agreement -- That and most of them they all say that if all the people who have with a plus they'll drop it McMillan said like I'm gonna keep my -- -- -- -- okay and that's bad news yeah that's it they've. Our next caller is its Colin Powell. One BT one. -- true. While businesses PDC in June it. Can act like -- I was pretty cool. -- well it actually. Like -- what you've -- him. 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GAC you shut up if you are try -- back again we'll player -- is nothing shut up and you'd TO. You you that you -- you're an agreement. -- I got fired -- I love that was awesome and I think you should shut up you all right distance government and you island in Greenville, South Carolina got a -- Greeneville. I was excited because I heard on -- alas but that AT&T U -- An added the ability to use your -- spots as a set top box that year AT&T TV programs so today I finally got around to looking up. Where to download the software to my Xbox assuming it would be just like adding an app. But no U -- charges 99 dollars for the software and they require attack. The common installer for fifty dollars let me do the math on that I can keep spending seven dollars per month on the least eighteenth -- box I already have sitting next to my Xbox. Or I can spent 120 dollars to get the same thing on my Xbox which would have the advantage well not having to change my TV and -- it. This image from -- the TVG. That's -- decision. It almost 842 was the start saving money by using next botnet that way to go AT&T for making your customers -- love but he does loves him. -- Atom given down to the bottom of the -- -- last drew writes -- says yesterday -- in the new streaming only plan on Netflix the price increase in existing disc based plan. -- -- -- very disappointed in the way that Netflix is handling this change. I was notified by email last night well after all the day's news about the new streaming only -- that my plan would increase in price effective my next billing date. I -- next week. The increase is not great but they tell me on Monday that they're gonna charge my credit card more money one -- week before hand. And there's no grandfather unit accounts have been subscribers for years no advance notice that the price will change in a few months just a quick note to say they're taking more my dollars and I had originally approved. I enjoy the service will remain a member but I'm extremely frustrated that they chose to have a plan increases so poorly and I hope I'm not the only one. And now they put it that way yeah yeah they merely hinting about they -- grandfather people. -- we hadn't gotten the other thing is we hadn't gotten. The emails purportedly nobody knew when the price was -- chains with an going to affecting I mean the fact that they're getting people we noticed is lame and they should probably grand -- -- people and yet after a certain like you've been and Netflix subscriber things like whiners and something like that adds -- cut off date and do that you know -- -- -- -- and I have to admit I agree. Okay if that's true I recently had of had to buy a new -- -- -- -- about getting the premier since reading a whole of the reviews. About the slowness and stability issues but to my surprise I was shocked at how -- the thing was turns -- you can turn off the HD interface essentially. The new premiere interface and run it in the ST interface the classic Tivo and the new team -- premiere in -- -- -- is actually faster. The my older HD Tivo series three and the UI looks the same for both. I for one don't really like the new -- -- anyway so no real loss to meet -- might help anyone who was like me it was on the fence about premier. When interstate that is an -- -- actually. Ability to do video -- that because that is really good news. And then finally a little bit of fun forgo a -- he writes in -- age and it encompass Condo and apartment with her real name. Just revealed that there is research being conducted to combine canine DNA with human cloned fetus to obtain humanoid TSA inspectors. There would have the ability to smell explosive chemical particulates on clothing and it -- this are more advantageous than merely training doctors had no -- of unit unionizing dot. And they don't -- -- of support bureaucracy plus -- -- -- sharper federal retirement plan. Yet they cloned. What do you feel better about it TSA cloned touching your Johnson an actual yet he's -- will be Smith and John. Even better why you know what I -- -- your job that you just snippet -- I feel like it's actually cheaper to train dollars and two unionized people in cloned them as dogs. It may be -- like it's -- -- just have a job actually the dog pat -- down I would if you would about they do that all the time that's. You -- I mean. As they did they know that knows of places that no one's ability totally true nobody gets -- that argue that the Cubans he -- we -- you're probably yes agencies cute idea they've been using dogs for a long time not for enhanced how to romance sat down -- specific training that the multi a maybe you do like hire a late night. I would be -- so if -- Golden Retriever with the coolness. 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What about the whole thing like you just unbelievable noises when they are doing the paths and stairs -- believable. I'm just -- seriously. I will happily. Pay my 111000 dollars before I take -- all the -- -- the supreme -- of some interests that make it. There you -- Anyway happy -- -- -- -- -- just a programming note is that Thursday is Thanksgiving here in the United States Friday is a holiday also in the unit for us. Because of the Thanksgiving holidays the Latin -- shuttle's nose and others and -- gain into the relaxing me. Then -- -- and wanna listen to us -- older. That's on them. Bill is but also coming up by and -- the issue I put together that the intact and all the things to keep sending your clips. Yup. And definitely you -- alright happy Turkey day American album. As.