Dec 4th 2005
This Week in Tech 33
Surrounded by TWiTs
TWiT 33 is now fit for consumption. This week we're using all new Heil Sound mics so we're offering today's TWiT in Stereo Hi-Fidelity (it also helps with the talking all-at-once problem). We're also posting an Enhanced AAC version on BitTorrent, for those of you using iPods or iTunes.
- John Seigenthaler Sr. is incensed over the lies in his Wikipedia biography.
- Dvorak says they'll eventually be sued out of business - which is a shame.
- You don't see Leo writing letters to USA Today over his fake MySpace site
- Even Talking Head leader David Byrne has been targeted by RIAA
- But music piracy defendants are fighting back
- A Vegan podcast has been hijacked. Could it happen to us?
- Universal says it's illegal to email their employees
- Skype 2.0 does video
- Microsoft's free photo sharing program Max is a preview of the new Vista look
- When did Walt Mossberg go from being a journalist to a cheerleader? He sure loves the new Apple iMac
- But then so does Leo
- It's looking more and more like Apple will introduce its first Intel boxes in January
- Robert Heron says Windows Media Center Edition 2005 is excellent... and the
- Mac mini Tivo killer rumor is just vaporware
- And he hates HDMI cables!
- The Chinese-American founder of Apex is still under house arrest in China one year later
- Will Apple announce anything next week at DVExpo?
- Dvorak points out what we've all known for years: Patrick is incredibly photogenic
- Will RIM have to shut down Blackberry? We don't think so
- New Orleans citizens will get free WiFi
- The US Supreme Court may change patent law with the Ebay Buy-It-Now case
- Massachusetts may turn its back on open document formats
- COD2 server admins call for a strike December 16
- Mad dog NY DA Eliot Spitzer is ready to bite Sony
- China is proposing its own DVD format
- The US Air Force is inventing a phaser
- The Doctor is back. The open source community has revived Dr DivX.