I’m getting over bronchitis, so no show this week, but tune in next week for our post-MacWorld wrapup! In the meantime, have a listen to one of these fine, fine podcasts, produced by genuine, legitimate friends of ours!
This week’s delicious episode features Andy, Mu & Reg discussing Scoble hacking Facebook, Sony/BMG dropping DRM, Warner Dropping HD-DVD and more.
Facebook disabled my account « Scobleizer
Sony BMG Plans to Drop DRM
Confirmed: Warner Going 100% Blu-ray; Is This HD DVD’s Deathblow?
Sears: Come see the softer side of spyware
Digital Music Sales Fall in 2007; Piracy Blamed
iPhone 1.1.3 hands-on: previously undocumented new features, usage notes
JPMorgan Predicts 2008 Will Be “Nothing But Net”
Netflix Partners With LG to Bring Movies Straight to TV
Blogging For Dollars: Denton to pay bloggers based on traffic
Join Andy, Mu & Reg as they ring in the new year by recalling their picks for the best tech, internet & science events of 2007. Then they’re joined by very special guest Kina Grannis (“Gotta Digg!”), who folk-rocks the house with her sweet musical stylings.
Top 10 in Tech, Science & Internet
1. Apple iPhone
2. Stem Cells from skin cells
3. One Laptop Per Child
4. Writer’s Guild Strike (Digital Download Residuals)
5. Al Gore wins Nobel Peace Prize/ increased awareness of Climate Change
6. Facebook’s Beacon Infuriates users
7. The rise of Grassroots Politics on the Net
8. Increase of taser abuse by law enforcement
9. RIAA vs. Jammie Thomas
10. Top Viral Videos 2007
Happy Holidays! Andy, Mu & Reg want to celebrate the holidays with you this year, so relax with the eggnog and mulled cider and listen to Apple vs. ThinkSecret, Digg vs. its users, Mac vs. Windows, and more virtual presents!
Apple, Think Secret settle lawsuit
Source: Digg hires bank, hoping to sell for $300 million or more
Why Digg Isn’t A Good Investment
Ding Dong, Digg is Dead
Wii is No Replacement for Regular Physical Excersize
Daily Show and Colbert Report Back! – Indecision 2008
Sacha Baron Cohen: Killing off Borat & Ali G
Mac versus Windows vulnerability stats for 2007
Sorry! Unavoidable scheduling conflicts have kept us away from out weekly passion, recording this podcast for you. In lieu of listening to our show this week, I’d like to direct you to take a gander at another very cool tech podcast I recently discovered, Tech Snark. They have been called by fellow TDD listeners as the all-female version of The Drill Down, which we take as an enormous compliment. They put on a great show. Give ’em a listen!