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 the Die Hard 4 foreshadow, and iPod cemetery, and a special request for a Macromedia donation. Enjoy the full listing after the jump.
FlashInsider's Mike Schleifstein finds the Flash-based Flickr-like Shutterbook in open beta, tells us what Macromedia and HP's partnership will mean for the Flash Platform, and asks Macromedia to give Breeze to the University of New Orleans.
TVSquad's Bob Sassone announces a new contest and Adam Finley reports on Katrina's effect on the season opener of Family Guy while Lacy Hall has the story on Eva Longoria and her overlapping boyfriends.
Luxist's Deidre Woollard falls in love with the beautiful Villa de Leon, finds out how the wine industry is helping with Hurricane Katrina Relief and finds that the days of beluga caviar in the U.S. may be shortlived.
PVRWire's Todd Carter writes about TiVo's new $50 boxes and reports on study saying adults store $1.1K of digital content while Martin Conaghan reports that New Zealanders will have Sky+ PVR service soon.
Cinematical's Karina Longworth explains how the script for Die Hard 4 foreshadows the New Orleans disaster and reviews The Exorcism of Emily Rose while Guest blogger Taylor Barratt reports from The Toronto International Film Festival.
The Digital Photography Weblog asked readers "what would your dream digital SLR look like?" and Jay Savage explains how to recover files from a corrupted or deleted flash card, plus Nikon and Adobe come to an agreement on NEF encryption.
HDBeat's Kevin C. Tofel wants to know if Brillian’s new HDTV is 6-megapixels. Plus, Matt Burns finds that Panasonic slashes Plasma prices and reports that Samsung’s new DVD player will handle both HD-DVD and Blu-Ray.
BBHub's Russell Shaw tells you how you can keep your biggest secrets, well, secret on your BlackBerry, how you can use Google Talk on your BlackBerry, and why text-based BlackBerry passwords, are like, so-o-o-o yesterday.