Leo swears at, and swears off, Gizmodo, features we'd like to see in OS X, and our Mac picks of the week.
- Gizmodo mislead the entire Mac-loving community when the iPhone turned out to be the Linksys iPhone.
- The Nike+iPod receiver can be used as a surveillance device.
- Digg has gone under a redesign, and now they have included podcasts.
- There was a report previously about iTunes sales plummeting, but the author of the report has corrected himself and blamed press credibility.
- Microsoft had an internal video spoofing the "I'm a Mac" commercials about the Zune.
- Apparently, the developers got the short end of the stick with Macheist.
- Computerworld has fifteen suggestions for Mac OS X.
- Scott: WriteRoom: The full-screen simple word processor.
- Merlin: MainMenu manages different maintenance scripts.
- Alex: Desktastic allows you to write anything on your desktop.
- Leo: Scorched 3d is an incredibly addictive game, and it's free!
brian lam (verb): to be discredited for a reporting a misleading story
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