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Archive for September, 2006

This Week on Gears and Widgets…

Posted by Alan Henry on September 29th, 2006

[ Lenovo Announces Battery Recall Program ] [ Nintendo Could Beat Sony in Game Console Race, Experts Say ] [ Symantec’s OS X Spyware Prediction in Flames ] [ Hard Drive Recovery Guide ]

DL.TV // Episode 99

Posted by Alan Henry on September 29th, 2006

This week’s second DL.TV episode gives us the scoop from the Tokyo Gaming Show 2006 and recaps the news of eDonkey shutting down and Morpheus losing in court-a federal judge claimed that Morpheus encourages users to pirate music. Morpheus is planning an appeal. Also, holographic drives coming soon to a notebook computer near you, cheap […]

CrankyGeeks // Episode 29

Posted by Alan Henry on September 29th, 2006

This week’s CrankyGeeks brings back John C. Dvorak, Sebastian Rupley, West Coast Editor, PC Magazine; Jim Louderback, Editor in Chief, PC Magazine; and William Harris, Editor in Chief, bit-tech.net to the table to get cranky! Among the topics this week is the big “80 cores in 5 years” announcement at the Intel Developer’s forum and […]

Security Now! // Episode 59

Posted by Alan Henry on September 29th, 2006

This week’s Security Now goes back to the topic that Steve and Leo have been discussing in previous episodes about virtual machine software applications, this time covering the most recent VM application to hit the streets and subsequently one of the most hyped, Parallels Workstation, which allows owners of Intel Macintosh computers to run Windows […]

This Week in Media // Episode 20

Posted by Alan Henry on September 29th, 2006

The newest episode of This Week in Media brings Alex Lindsay, Scott Broock, Kenji Kato, John Foster back to the table talking about the week’s media and technology news, including Teen CEOs and the rise of the new “golden era” of the net, netcasting versus podcasting and what’s in a name, Microsoft’s answer to YouTube […]

MacBreak // Episode 21

Posted by Alan Henry on September 29th, 2006

This episode focuses on an application called Renamer4Mac, where Emery Wells and Kenji Kato show us how to use the application to rename large groups of files on your Macintosh. Renamer4Mac looks to be pretty handy, and very very good at batch renaming. Take a look! MacBreak Episode 21 // September 29, 2006 [ episode […]

Revision3 Gets A Makeover, and Adds Podcasts!

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

The Revision3 website, located at [ http://www.revision3.com/ ] is sporting a whole new look, more applicable to the whole “network” feel that they’re going for. The site is much more attractive, and has nice thumbnails of each show right next to the show name, title, and the show notes for each show are still right […]

InDigital // Episode 5

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

A new episode of InDigital is up and out! So soon after the last one? Amazing! Seriously though, InDigital is back again with another episode, and this time with NEW HOSTS! How awesome, Jessica Corbin and Wil Wheaton both join Hahn Choi on the show this week, and it looks like they’ve been added to […]

New Podcast! :: Pixel Perfect with Bert Monroy // Episode 1

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

Many fans might remember Bert Monroy from his frequent appearances on TechTV’s The Screen Savers, giving digital photography and photoshopping tips for the public and showing us all how to spruce up and touch up our digital photos, take better digital photos, and make magic in Photoshop or our photo andi mage editing software of […]

New Podcast! :: Web Drifter // Episode 1

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

A new podcast has made an appearance on the Revision3 network, called Web Drifter, featuring Martin Sargent doing what he does best; being hilarious and talking to people about technology except not really. Martin Sargent says in the episode notes (half divulging what the new podcast is going to be about) the following: If I’m […]

thebroken Is Back! :: thebroken // Episode 4

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

Kevin and Dan are back after a couple of years off, bringing back the spirit of The Broken to the web, and back in their roles showing us how to skirt the law and get away with all manner of delicious geekly goodness with our gear! Check out the announcement in their show notes for […]

GeekDrome // Episode 44

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

This week on GeekDrome, the crew takes a look at Black Dahlia and Feast, and check out the trailer for Mel Gibson’s Apocalypto, and wonder who he tries to make us hate this time. Also, Wil Farell’s getting a TV series on HBO, Brad Pitt replacing Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible: 4, and much much […]

MacBreak Weekly // Episode 8

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

A new MacBreak Weekly has hit the streets, and this episode features Leo Laporte, Merlin Mann, Alex Lindsay, and Scott Bourne. The panel gathers aroudn the table this week to discuss Apple’s grab on the word “podcast,” and Leo’s so mad that he switches everything on the TWiT network from “podcast” to “netcast,” 802.11n makes […]

New Podcast! :: Windows Weekly with Paul Thurrott // Episode 1

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

I have to admit, I’m not a huge fan of Paul Thurrott, but my opinions aren’t what’s important here. What is important is that there’s a new podcast on the TWiT network, and this one is aimed at the Windows users, and it’s called Windows Weekly! Paul Thurrott and Leo Laporte sit down together and […]

Inside the Net with Amber MacArthur // Episode 35

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

This week on Inside the Net, Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone are back (yay Megan!) and sit down with Jeffrey Yan of Digication [ http://digication.com/ ] which is a social networking service for educators and students offering free service to up to 1000 students, creating a free classroom environment that teachers and educators can use […]

FLOSS Weekly // Episode 13

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

FLOSS Weekly is back! Chris DiBona and Leo Laporte are back on the microphone, this time with special guest Eben Moglen, General Counsel of the Free Software Foundation and founder of the Software Freedom Law Center. The three discuss this week the difficulties developing a new and updated GPL license that’s legally sound, issues surrounding […]

DL.TV // Episode 98

Posted by Alan Henry on September 28th, 2006

This week’s first DL.TV (with swanky new site action) brings Patrick and Robert back to the table to talk tech. This week they start off discussing the IE Zero-Day exploit for which there’s only now a patch from Microsoft for: moral of the story? User Firefox or Opera instead of IE. Congratulating Leo Laporte on […]

MacBreak // Episode 20

Posted by Alan Henry on September 26th, 2006

Looks like I missed a MacBreak! This one is all about how to use Automator to browse the media on your Mac. Leo Laporte and Sal Soghoian show you how to put this one together and make it happen in another one of their cool ways to use Automator to make your Mac that much […]

Lab Rats // Episode 43

Posted by Alan Henry on September 26th, 2006

This week on Lab Rats, Andy and Sean (and the kitties) show you how to upgrade your system’s power supply. They take a look at some power supplies, and show you how installing a higher capacity power supply can fix all manner of wonky problems, and can help you power some of the more intensive […]

This Week in Tech [TWiT] // Episode 70

Posted by Alan Henry on September 25th, 2006

This week on TWIT, Leo Laporte, David Prager, Wil Harris, and Patrick Norton gather around to discuss the week’s tech news and events. Among the topics are the reasons why Apple is levvying the lawsuit hammer against folks using “pod” inappropriately, third world nations and first world universities banning Skype, more on the corporate scandal […]