Digg relaunches as a general news site. ‘Dr. Horrible’ gets CW premiere date. Facebook Wants to Be Your Instapaper Now, Too. Twitter does something really, really, really stupid – will they fix it? FCC Tells Verizon It Can’t Force You To Pay $20 For Tethering Anymore. New Bill Nye The Science Guy Show Coming To YouTube. Why Apple TV Just Became Apple’s Most Important Product. We Need An FDA for Computers. Student disciplined for improving campus course-selection system. Google Fiber gains over 3,900 pre-registrations, more than 20% of ‘fiberhoods’ clear rally hurdles in first two days. All this, plus this week’s Oh Asia, You So Crazy!
Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/107
HUD glasses, self-sanitizing water bottles, and 3D robot dinosaurs, oh my! We discuss these topics, plus is there a Kickstarter for Porn? All this, plus this week’s Epic Fail, Oh Asia You So Crazy, a Recent Study, and the Question of the Week makes a triumphant return!
Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/88
A Cambridge computer has identified the most boring day in history. A woman claims ownership of the sun. Netflix is willing to pay $100,000 per episode for new TV. Find out how quickly you can use up your Verizon LTE data allowance. A new burlesque show will desecrate your childhood. Root your Nook to turn it into a cheap Android tablet. All this and the Fail of the Week, the Study of the Week, and this week’s “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!”
Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/60
Arnold Schwarzenegger sends a secret message to the California Congress. A sad day for geeks: Jolt Cola is ceasing production. We talk about the “Yo Dawg” meme. China accuses Google of unfair censorship (ironic much?). Blackberry phones get eavesdropping software. Musicians call for a release of the torture soundtrack details. DARPA is researching putting the Internet into orbit. Walmart is competing with Best Buy’s Geek Squad in terms of in-home installation. All this plus Fark Headline of the Week and Question of the Week.
Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/19
Jack Thompson is in the news again. Guess who he’s suing this time. Google issues a cease and desist order to an Android Hacker. Microsoft reveals a new open source multi-core OS. Verizon takes a cheap shot at the iPhone. Marge Simpson poses for Playboy. Ryder loses his mind about the FloH club. Tesla is designing a van. All this, plus Fark Headline of the Week and the Question of the Week.
Show notes available at http://wiki.whatstherumpuspodcast.com/17