We explain how to use an RJ-45 keychain amd a wall dock to never misplace your keys again. A man uses Portal 2 as an engine to propose to his girlfriend. Steve Jobs resigns as CEO of Apple, nothing changes. IBM builds a data drive that can back up the entire Web 60 times. Donnie and Mark Wahlberg plan to open Wahlburger’s Burger Joint. Google Street View team takes on the Amazon River. Listen in to find out the 10 scariest hacks exposed at Black Hat and Defcon. Fox delays Hulu availability, piracy surges. CmdrTaco resigns from Slashdot. All this and an Epic Fail, some Science News, and an “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!”
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Henry Morgan’s long-lost flag ship discovered. All of the Internet went down last week thanks to Amazon Web Services. Abercrombie and Fitch cancels a customers account for being too loyal. The Hipster Trek Tumblr is the best site on the Internet. Anonymous vows to destroy Facebook on November 5th. The first annual Defcon for Kids occurred in conjunction with Defcon 19 was designed for kids and even had some child presenters. Chuck talks about how much he hates Lifehacker now based on one article. Plus, this week’s “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!”
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This week concludes the Viacom v Google case, so we discuss digital media and copyright on the Internet.
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This week we talk about the new Star Trek movie, the Icy Hot Stunnaz, and Cash for Clunkers. A high school student is suing Amazon over book deletions. Cold Stone Creamery has developed a no-melt ice cream. A chinese man was beaten to death in an Internet Addiction camp. Find out what the 25 most useful car technologies are and a new way for vending machines to bill you. Plus, this week’s Fark Headline of the Week and some Dumbass Apple News. Also, the Slave Leia Appreciation Society… You’re Welcome!
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This week, a teenager falls into an open manhole, Ecto-1 is for sale, and some researchers have reversed engineered the social security number. Want to take a ride in a ferrari? Find this out this week on “What’s the Rumpus?” plus this week’s Fark Headline of the Week.
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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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