Molly and I go off on the Net neutrality debate, not so much about what the meaning of it is, but more on why you shouldn't use lies to defend your position. We also discuss the attractiveness of the Nook from Barnes and Noble, and Molly and Rafe have a BlackBerry fight. About the phones. Not the fruit.
Retail distribution may tip e-reader race; Barnes & Noble rolls out Nook
Barnes & Noble’s Nook: A virtual e-reader tour
BlackBerry Bold 9700 (Onyx) now official
Google to blend search, music in One Box
Exclusive: Guess who else is coming to dinner? Twitter-Microsoft Bing deal confirmed, but so is Facebook-Bing
Time Warner testing fix to hole in home router
Amazon: Windows 7 is ‘the biggest preorder product of all time’
AT&T enlists employees to oppose Net neutrality
Verizon CEO slams Net neutrality at conference
Nvidia targeting real-time Cloud rendering
LHC reaches operational temps, collisions start in 5 weeks
GE shows off pocket-size ultrasound scanner
Frank L has a crafty Windows upgrade plan
U2 is live streaming their Sunday concert form the Rose Bowl! How cool is that?!
I went to the Vertigo Tour in LA in 2005, so I know this will utterly fail in comparison, but still, a free, online concert from one of my favorite bands? Sign me up, cuz now I’ll definitely be waiting for the DVD (maybe Blu-Ray?) to come out. Hope this becomes a new trend with music in the very near future. Plus, I also think this lines up with someone’s New Years prediction if I’m not mistaken.
Ben the Industrial Engineering Grad Student from Arkansas