This week, find out what Boston College constitutes as suspicious behavior. All of Star Trek has been run through a face recognizer. How many felonies were commited in the movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off?” Bacon cures hangovers! Denton, TX embraces social media. The Pirate Bay Trial has been concluded. All this and more!
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Wherein our heroes answer questions about themselves and podcasting asked by journalist Jessica Spengler of Suite101.com (http://www.suite101.com/profile.cfm/jessicaspengler). Enjoy!
This week on the podcast, we discuss the fate of the OpenMoko project. Adrian, Ryder, and Chuck sightsee in Houghton via Google Street View. The shamwow guy beats a hooker and it somehow relates to Ed Gein.
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Flying Robots! iPhone Hating Japan! Icy Hot Stuntaz! @shawnp0wers! This week we discuss the hot topics in the news. Also Best Buy buys Circuit City, Flexible Touch Screen e-Paper, BMW makes a computer, Quake Live opens their beta, and a printer that hippies will love.
Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/2
In the introductory episode of “What’s the Rumpus?” our hosts start off in the gutter with a porn release, Sir Thomas Brindley loses his connection, and the Hulu channel is removed from Boxee. Tune in to find out how a small child reacts to dental anesthetics, the founders of the Pirate Bay are brought up on criminal charges, and the Dell Adamo is released.
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