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    Episode 70 - Thursday June 15, 2006 DIY Cell Phones! Matt Hamrick joined us from the Silicon Valley Homebrew Mobile Phone Club Yup, he did dial my phone up with the box full o' wires he brought on set. This is so cool! Build Your Own Mobile Parts 1&2 are at Telefono Products: Cars the Videogame... rocks. And not just for the 6-12 year olds it's aimed at. Thanks to 1UP's John Davison for the review. The first of the notebook backpacks, Skullcandy's LINK Pack. Nice backpack, but, man, those speakers need more oomph and less hiss! We've got notebook backpacks from Spire, Jansport, Oakley, Targus and Booq on the show Tuesday, June 20th. Our testing has been ... interesting. Viewer Questions... er... Answers: Eli from Chicago says we should take laptop heat seriously, 'cause "hot laptops can be a cause of male infertility." Robert says Patrick's midwestern roots are showing: Brazillian Ethanol doesn't come from corn! Or maybe they weren't: Brad says we shouldn't forget domestic hyrbid and flex fuel vehicles. Ethanol: Domestic fuel? Check. Lower MPG than gasoline? BIG check. Hard Drive vs. 20 Ton Hydraulic Press Guess what? A 20 ton press can do serious damage to a HD. We hate it when hard drives die and take data with them. Back up today... and wear eye protection when you crush a hard drive. Anybody know where we can get a good deal on a plasma cutter? News: Bill Gates to 'retire' in 2008! Not exactly... AOL/Netscape Copies Digg Kevin Rose says "I feel bad that AOL cloned us right now.. when they see digg v3 they'll have to redesign their site" RIAA: Illegal Song-Sharing Is 'Contained' BigChampaigne: Really? P2P Users Up 15% Over Last Year... 10 million on average! NASA Videotapes Metorite Impact On Moon iPods Built By Abused Workforce? Apple responds...

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    Description:

    Episode 70 - Thursday June 15, 2006

    DIY Cell Phones!

    Products:

    • Cars the Videogame... rocks. And not just for the 6-12 year olds it's aimed at. Thanks to 1UP's John Davison for the review.
    • The first of the notebook backpacks, Skullcandy's LINK Pack. Nice backpack, but, man, those speakers need more oomph and less hiss! We've got notebook backpacks from Spire, Jansport, Oakley, Targus and Booq on the show Tuesday, June 20th. Our testing has been ... interesting.

    Viewer Questions... er... Answers:

    • Eli from Chicago says we should take laptop heat seriously, 'cause "hot laptops can be a cause of male infertility."
    • Robert says Patrick's midwestern roots are showing: Brazillian Ethanol doesn't come from corn!
    • Or maybe they weren't: Brad says we shouldn't forget domestic hyrbid and flex fuel vehicles.
    • Ethanol: Domestic fuel? Check. Lower MPG than gasoline? BIG check.

    Hard Drive vs. 20 Ton Hydraulic Press

    • Guess what? A 20 ton press can do serious damage to a HD.
    • We hate it when hard drives die and take data with them.
    • Back up today... and wear eye protection when you crush a hard drive.
    • Anybody know where we can get a good deal on a plasma cutter?

    News:

    • Bill Gates to 'retire' in 2008! Not exactly...
    • AOL/Netscape Copies Digg Kevin Rose says "I feel bad that AOL cloned us right now.. when they see digg v3 they'll have to redesign their site"
    • RIAA: Illegal Song-Sharing Is 'Contained'
    • BigChampaigne: Really? P2P Users Up 15% Over Last Year... 10 million on average!
    • NASA Videotapes Metorite Impact On Moon
    • iPods Built By Abused Workforce? Apple responds...
     
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