DLTV - Episode 82 - Tuesday August 1, 2006

Episode 82 went Live at 4PM PDT, August 1st.

We pinballed thru a selection o' topics on the show:

Stuff:

 

802.11n:

Questions for the DL.TV Crew:

News:

Iceland:

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Episode 82 went Live at 4PM PDT, August 1st.

We pinballed thru a selection o' topics on the show:

Stuff:

 

802.11n:

Questions for the DL.TV Crew:

News:

Iceland:

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DLTV - Episode 82 - Tuesday August 1, 2006 Episode 82 went Live at 4PM PDT, August 1st. We pinballed thru a selection o' topics on the show: Stuff: Ageia's PhysX physics accelerator for gaming. Worth the $300, or spend you gaming dollar elsewhere? Belkin's Wireless G Travel Router: a palm full o' 802.11g routery goodness (The Linksys WTR54GS Wireless-G Travel Router with SpeedBooster is pretty sweet, too. Yes, Adam, the US gets a lot of the cool cell phones well after they've hit the streets in the UK or Japan... and 550 (US $1040) sounds steep to us for a PS3 pre-order. And for everybody that's emailing... yup, November 17th is the US release date for the PS3. We forgot. 802.11n: "Should I buy a wireless router now or wait for the real 802.11n?" asks Hal from Sioux Falls, SD. The answer depends on whether it's for a business that needs industry standards, or if it's for use just in your home... and, yes, there is a performance difference between Pre-n and Draft-n& and both smoke 802.11g. Questions for the DL.TV Crew: No HyperTerminal in Vista? Mark's looking for a "good open source terminal emulator" to replace it when connecting to the console ports on routers and switches. Know a good open source/ad-free utility for printing PDF files? email Robert! News: E3 Downsizing: The biggest party in gaming is going small. Dell Investigates Second Laptop Fire Hi-Def Add-On Coming for iPod: why? Animaniacs Vol 1 on DV.... woot! Iceland: Baldwin from Iceland was miffed, but we're cool now He thought we were mocking Iceland's broadband penetration in episode 81. No way. We love Iceland! We were mocking US broadband penetration!(Tho wiring a country of 300,000 is easier than wiring a country of 300,000,000!) Iceland's EVE isn't quite #2 behind WoW in popularity: check out MMOGCHART to find out just how many folks are playing your favorite massively multiplayer online game

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DLTV - Episode 82 - Tuesday August 1, 2006

Episode 82 went Live at 4PM PDT, August 1st.

We pinballed thru a selection o' topics on the show:

Stuff:

 

  • Ageia's PhysX physics accelerator for gaming. Worth the $300, or spend you gaming dollar elsewhere?
  • Belkin's Wireless G Travel Router: a palm full o' 802.11g routery goodness (The Linksys WTR54GS Wireless-G Travel Router with SpeedBooster is pretty sweet, too.
  • Yes, Adam, the US gets a lot of the cool cell phones well after they've hit the streets in the UK or Japan... and 550 (US $1040) sounds steep to us for a PS3 pre-order.
  • And for everybody that's emailing... yup, November 17th is the US release date for the PS3. We forgot.

802.11n:

  • "Should I buy a wireless router now or wait for the real 802.11n?" asks Hal from Sioux Falls, SD.
  • The answer depends on whether it's for a business that needs industry standards, or if it's for use just in your home... and, yes, there is a performance difference between Pre-n and Draft-n& and both smoke 802.11g.

Questions for the DL.TV Crew:

  • No HyperTerminal in Vista? Mark's looking for a "good open source terminal emulator" to replace it when connecting to the console ports on routers and switches.
  • Know a good open source/ad-free utility for printing PDF files? email Robert!

News:

  • E3 Downsizing: The biggest party in gaming is going small.
  • Dell Investigates Second Laptop Fire
  • Hi-Def Add-On Coming for iPod: why?
  • Animaniacs Vol 1 on DV.... woot!

Iceland:

  • Baldwin from Iceland was miffed, but we're cool now He thought we were mocking Iceland's broadband penetration in episode 81.
  • No way. We love Iceland! We were mocking US broadband penetration!(Tho wiring a country of 300,000 is easier than wiring a country of 300,000,000!)
  • Iceland's EVE isn't quite #2 behind WoW in popularity: check out MMOGCHART to find out just how many folks are playing your favorite massively multiplayer online game
 
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