Cinematical's Karina Longworth on Steven Spielberg's secret invention and Spike Lee's New Orleans documentary. Plus, is Kirsten Dunst done with Spiderman? Martha Fischer has the details.
TV Squad's Ryan j Budke asks, "What shows do you want to see in iTunes?" Bob Sassone reveals the real story regarding Michael Vartan's departure from Alias and Adam Finley takes a peek into who your five favorite stand-up comedians are.
Blogging Baby's Jay Allen highlights the best non-electronic ways to stir a child's imagination with his top 10 low-tech toys, Stefania Butler doesn't quite know how to respond to news that Katie Holmes will attempt a Scientology-inspired "silent birth" and Melissa Summers is amazed that the Internet now allows you to have sperm shipping straight to your living room.
TUAW gathers A peanut gallery of WIN bloggers to chatcast Apple's Special Event, Scott McNulty takes a look at the new iMac G5 and Frontrow, and C.K. Sample, III looks at what quality of video $1.99 is buying for your new iPod.
Divester's Willy Volk marvels that the Lost City of Atlantis is open for business off Cayman Brac and discusses a 40-year-old Russian-made rebreather and sub escape suit, while Erik Olsen and Willy both go ga-ga over Fabien Cousteau swimming with sharks.
HDBeat's Matt Burns sees an opportunity for more women's programming in HDTV, Richard Lawler finds the first eye-popping streaming HD content, and Kevin C. Tofel tells you when to expect SED televisions.
CardSquad finds out poker players finally have a non-profit to protect them. Derek McGuire looks at The Poker Player Alliance. Investment strategy and risk assessment learned on Wall Street apply to poker, too, according to The Tao of Risk. The Main Event of the WSOP comes to ESPN. Wil Wheaton thinks their coverage needs a pot-sized raise.
Slashfood's Bob Sassone ponders one of life's greatest mysteries: Why do some teabags still have staples? Nick Vagnoni reports on a German brewery experimenting with nicotine-laced beer and Sarah Gilbert brings us 11 tips for maintaining a low-fat diet from fellow food blog life begins at 30.
DV Guru's Ajit Anthony takes a look at some helpful and free web applications. Plus, Mike Burgoyne gives a run down of all the new features in Nero 7 and explains the best ways to get video onto the new iPod.
Luxist's Jordan Running tells you how to get upgraded to first class when flying and asks if you'd stay in a kid-free hotel. Plus, Deidre Woollard discovers the $40 million Lytle Mansion.
Autoblog's John Neff mourns the Dodge Neon, Randall Halcomb thinks the A4's leather is sexy and Stuart Waterman finds a factory lead sled in Austrialia
DownloadSquad's Victor Agreda provides some tips for producing audio with Linux, Jordan Running installs 27 Firefox extensions with one click and Marc Perton shows you how to get iCal and Outlook to talk to each other.
Engadget's Clicker investigates Apple's real plan for iPod video while Thomas Ricker finds an autonomous vehicle on Ebay and Peter Rojas pushes a cellphone bill of rights in Massachusetts.