We're moving to the moonEdit
Luckily, if all goes wrong on Earth after the year 2020, we might have a base on the moon available. Maybe someone will even take my advice and start terraforming the moon, so it can be like a little vacation spot for adventurous Earth-dwellers. A girl can dream.
- Molly is still on vacation, but will be back Wednesday.
- Veronica will be on vacation starting Thursday.
- Today is Sachertorte day!
- Tomorrows holidays are covered.
- NASA has read Tom's NaNoWriMo book and is planning to build a permanent moon base after 2020.
- Toshiba has announced a 1.8" 100GB hard disk.
- Veronica eats leftover Kung-pow chicken, and pays for it for the rest of the episode.
- YouTube faces Japan over rights management.
- Will this result in a YouTube no one wants to watch?
- Internet traffic is surging to iTunes and X-Box Live services.
- iTunes related to upgrades?
- XBL related to new content
- Brittany Spears is number 1!
- GPS leads an ambulance driver astray with a patient.
- AT&T and SBC merger continues.
- The FCC Commissioner has recused himself over conflict of interest leading to a 2v2 deadlock.
- The FCC Chairman has asked that the FCC's lawyers find a resolution.
- Hackers get a pro-evolution website de-indexed by turning it into a link farm.
- Bob from Wisconsin called about physical patch issuance: The Wii Woah!.
- A call about hacking cellphones.
- Maybe Steve "Mad Dog" Jobs is out to listen into your phone calls with hidden batteries in your iPhone.
- Brent the Photographer from Ohio called about Apple Computers buying Apple Corp. for their Beatles catalogue as a future negotiations technique.
- Many e-mails on determining what version of Windows you are running.
- Joseph writes in that Windows 95-Me was DOS 7.x and provides a link to Wikipedia for the versions and release dates of WindowsNT.
- Kevin from Calgary writes in about the X-Box 360 controller icon in Windows Live
- Frank the Copyright Lawyer writes in about what will happen if the Beatles catalogue goes public domain in the UK, but not in the US.
- Dennis O. writes in about a USC student that has turned his Mac Powerbook Ti into a tablet.
- A number of e-mails about Tomato Torrent.
- Dixon L. writes in about which political positions various tech luminaries should hold:
- Veronica: Agriculture Secretary
- Molly: Congressional Librarian
- Tom: Ambassador to the Vatican.
- Mike the poor college student writes in about the etymology of the word "denizen".
- The political structure of Buzz Town follows.
Update on the search for the Kim familyEdit
- Everyone but James has been found as he set out to try and find help but had not returned.
The last callEdit
- Aaron from LA called on advice for using most voicemail systems.