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Engadget’s Peter Rojas reports that Netflix is
getting very, very, very close to offering online movie
downloads. Ryan Block covers the O.J. Simpson’s latest legal fine — $25,000 for
pirating DirecTV. Barb Dybwad reports that at
Samsung video is hot; microdrives are not.
C.K. Sample III points to where Apple went wrong with
Laurie Duncan has high hopes for
Dave Caolo discovers a few
The Download Squad’s
Victor Agreda, Jr. shows you how to make your own
Barb Dybwad teaches you how to spell with
Marc Perton asks, what’s the best
to Microsoft Office.
John Neff thinks
Pontiac is a hard sell.
Eric Bryant doesn’t hear
Iacocca say anything.
Randall Halcomb gives the
Dodge SRT4 ACR a proper thrashing.
Bob Sassone live-blogs the
Keith McDuffee lists the new
TV DVDs on sale this week.
Annie W. just says no to
Erik Olsen suggests you follow
Fat Steve, and ponders how to
kiss like the French...sans tongue.
Adrienne Wilson wants you to hear
bad hotel stories.
Luxist’s Peter Thompson goes yachtspotting in
Monaco. Rick Reed marks time with the amazing
Breguet watch. Deidre Woollard reports that the
Javelin jet is ready for takeoff
David Robinson points out some more
Maelstrom (Flash Player 8) examples.
Mike Schleifstein explains why
doesn’t strictly equal undefined, and wants you to track how
viral that Flash is.
The Unofficial Photoshop Weblog’s
Jan Kabili points to resources to help you understand the new
Lens Correction Filter, is wowed by Schewe’s
shots of a visit to Adobe, and finds a free
download of useful photo workflow actions.
Russell Shaw tells you about you about three movie theaters
where you can download a trailer of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s
And Mrs. Smith right to your BlackBerry. He tells you why he’s sure
Star Trek’s Scotty would
have been a BlackBerry user. Russ also speaks his mind about BlackBerry’s
Wire’s Todd Carter reports on the doubling of
PVR users, and shows how to access
TiVo via Web browsers.
Kevin C. Tofel discusses
Hitachi plasmas with built-in
Ryan Saghir asks if you will follow
Howard Stern to Sirius, and finds the
pompous attitude of
MSM anything but
funny. Kevin C. Tofel looks at Podcast searching with
Kevin C. Tofel warns of
Dish 921 HDTV software upgrade
issues, wonders why
programming is stored on videotapes, and points out different HDTV input
cables and jacks.
Divester’s Willy Volk reports on 2 underwater cameras for
under $500 – the DC500 and the
SeaPix, and discusses
underwater hand signals. Erik Olsen
trumpets Deep Blue, a new movie from the makers of Blue
Weblog’s Michael Sciannamea wonders if the “wickedly
cool” Q phone from Motorola will give the
BlackBerry a run for its money, thinks Sprint’s new
Mobile Consultant Service could prove valuable,
and asks if pre-teens really need to have