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 call for Digital Photography bloggers, the announcement of a brand new fanboy from Joystiq, and an invisible (almost) browser. Enjoy!
HDBeat's Matt Burns questions if extended warranties are worth the money, Richard Lawler wonders what the Cisco purchase of Scientific Atlanta means for HDTV, and Kevin C. Tofel helps you build an HDTV Media Center PC.
The Wireless Weblog's Michael Sciannamea reviews the controversial new book on RFID technology, Spychips. Plus, He says a successful return of the AT&T Wireless brand means erasing the memories of their "bad old days" and mobile gambling is set to become a multibillion dollar business.
Luxist's Trey Evans tells us why we are really going to want the 2007 S-Class Mercedes and win yourself a $250 gift certificate with Luxist's Hey Big Spender contest. Plus, Cartier at Costco? Rick Reed finds out that the megastore sells more than a lifetime supply of canned peas.
The Blogging Baby team kicks off the holidays with their First Day of Christmas Shopping Guide, along with a list of presents that are either too annoying or too expensive to find their way under your tree. In other news, James Griffioen asks whether you should ever take babies to the movies.
Cinematical's Karina Longworth ponders the motivation behind the MPAA/BitTorrent deal and uncovers George Lucas' opinions on piracy, iTunes and the future of movie distribution. Plus, Jette Kernion names seven British actors who should be hired by the Harry Potter franchise.
The Digital Photography Weblog's Andrew Barrow starts a great discussion on 3 different Photo-Sharing sites and Jay Savage announces that the blog is looking for new team members and also selects a stunning candid picture for one of the Digital Photo of the Day.
TVSquad's Bob Sassone and Anna Johns break the bad news: Alias and Threshold are officially canceled, Joel Keller gives his list of the five best Thanksgiving episodes on TV, and Deidre Woollard asks: Are people still watching Invasion?
Divester's Willy Volk shares the story of a surfing shark; explains that the Georgia Aquarium wants to start breeding whale sharks; and reveals that China has its own Loch Ness monster.
Download Squad's Marc Perton celebrates the 20th anniversary of Windows with 20 little-known facts about Windows 1.0, Nitin Badjatia talks turkey, with 10 tips to fix your mom's PC this holiday weekend, and Jason Clarke reveals Ghostzilla -- the (almost) invisible browser.
DVGuru's Ajit Anthony has a two part interview with Mike Curtis from HD for Indies. Plus, Randall Bennett presents episode two of DVguru's very own Vodcast and has some tips for creating the perfect home movie.
Slashfood's Sarah Gilbert asks what you would buy if you could stock your dream pantry, Bob Sassone rounds ups a list of foods loved in one form and hated in another, and Andrew Barrow finds a taste of summer in the winter months with a luscious berry jam.
Engadget's Ryan Block introduces the world to Joystiq's new Xbox 360 Fanboy and rounds up the latest from the Engadget Holiday Gift Guide, just in time for Black Friday. Plus, Thomas Ricker shows all the coming full body airport security scanner.