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Engadget Podcast 021 - 12.15.2004

Engadget Podcast.21 12.15.2004

iPod sock it to'em! In this show we talk about hacking the SideKick II, the Creative support system, class action suits for PVP makers, Microsoft and the DVD ripper, Time-Warner selling you out, Google Suggest's How-Tos and its lunchroom starts, the 100 oldest domain names, the history of "Internet", podcasts, getting content on the ScoblePhone, Wal-Mart dropping the f-bomb, and a letter about the world's largest photograph.

Host: Phillip Torrone.
Format: 45 minutes, 10MB, MP3.

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02:45- Hacking the Sidekick II, more apps!
06:20- Creative Zen support, or lack of, DVD ripper, class action...?
13:00- Time-Warner to erase your recordings.
17:00- Google Suggest, how to... version.
19:20- Where Google suggest came from, a suggestion.
21:40- 100 oldest domains, 03-15-85.
23:40- History of the net, a network called "Internet" 1993.
31:40- History of the castin' October 2003.
35:35- How-To get content on the ScoblePhone.
38:00- Wal-Mart, getting sued over CDs.
41:30- Email, biggest photo, from the biggest kite.

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