The Weblogs, Inc. network features over 100 independent, unfiltered bloggers producing over 1,000 blog posts a week across over 75 industry-leading blogs. Each week we ask our bloggers to choose their top posts, which we bring to you in one easy-to-read weekly post. You’ll find links to the hottest posts from the past week after the jump including a review of Google Talk, the latest television spoilers and a Flash-based gas pump. But first up is our newest blog, SlashFood. Enjoy.
Slashfood just opened for business, and we're already planning a Grilled Cheese party. Plus Karina Longworth makes fun of Gwyneth Paltrow's junk food intolerance and Keith McDuffee lists the top 25 food hacks.
FlashInsider's Mike Schleifstein finds RentACoder looking for a Flash-based gas pump and rips into Kottke.org for forgetting Flash during a future OS article, plus David Robinson reports on making the Adobe-Macromedia merger official.
Divester?s Willy Volk reports on the shark that killed a scuba diver, drools over the Neptus 60 Cliff Dwelling, and lusts for the coolest pool toy of all time ? the AquaPub.
Droxy's Ryan Saghir gets a hands on view of the new Sirius S50 and a sneak peek at the Sirius Replay then he takes a look at converting RSS feeds into Podcasts with Audiolicious.
HD Beat's Matt Burns brings you up to speed on the HD-DVDand Blu-Ray war while Kevin C. Tofel reveals how VOOM HDTV is reborn and illustrates what you're missing if you don't have a widescreen set.
TVSquad's Bob Sassone yearns for an Eyes DVD while Keith McDuffee rounds up the latest spoilers and
rumors and Karina Longworth reports on a Spike TV movie.
Luxist's Peter Thompson finds a little chic protection for his iPod and Rick Reed shows a great way to break your diet while Deidre Woollard checks out the customized Piaget Fingerprint Watch.
The VoIP Weblog chronicals the launch of Google Talk while Ted Wallingford rants about VoIP industry analysts' screwy analysis.
The Unofficial Photoshop Weblog's David Chartier covers some of the great photographic hoaxes and waxes nostalgic about old Photoshop splash screens while Jan Kabili reports on Ben Willmore's new Photoshop Insight Injections series, which starts off with an insightful article on using Camera Raw with Smart Objects.
DV Guru's Mike Burgoyne reviews the new JVC GR-X5 Camcorder and has some tips for packaging your next DVD plus Ajit Anthony looks at new software to help catalogue your video library.
Hackaday's Fabienne Serriere
shows how to get started
with the csound software synth while Eliot Phillips shows how to
build a WiFi
repeater and explains the easy
lockpicking technique "bumping".
TUAW's Laurie A. Duncan goes over her Google Talk Mac wish list while Scott McNulty conducts a battery survey with coconutBattery and C.K. Sample, III wants to know what podcasts you've been listening to since the introduction of iTunes 4.9.
Joystiq's Vladimir Cole teaches about the short and long tails of Massively Multiplayer Games while Ben Striegel wonders about prejudice in the games retail industry.
Engadget returns to it roots in 1985, but first Barb Dybwad wants to know where Intel's VIIV came from and Peter Rojas wants to know what you want to know about the HTC Universal.
Finally don't forget to check out Download Squad's review of Google Talk.