This week on the show Kristin, Derek and Brad discuss Google becoming part of
the Great Firewall of China by caving to the Chinese government's censorship
demands, E3 bans scantily-clad booth babes, the legalities (and ethical issues)
of selling pre-loaded iPods/video iPods on eBay for massive profits, and guess
what country spams the most? U.S.A! U.S.A!
Brad goes into great detail about Microsoft "Sparkle" and how it's certainly
not a "Macromedia Flash killer" as well as a good roundtable discussion about
training in the workplace; is it the company's responsibility or the employee's?
Disney buys Pixar for a gazillion-jillion dollars and two crappy TV networks
merge to create, well, a "doubly craptastic" network. Also, we field a call from
Nicholas in Canada who asks whether the PowerUser.TV panel believes certain new
Vista features are directly influenced by or being added to address Mac OS X
Brad immortalizes the Disney-Pixar purchase in an impromptu song, Derek
unveils the theme song to his new show and Kristin (the silverback gorilla) lets
pirates have it with a right stern verbal lashing! Download it now for an hour
of entertaining tech news!
iPods sold on eBay with music, who has the rights?
Is Microsoft's Sparkle a Flash killer?
Training - A Company or a Worker's Responsibility?