Geeks Going to the Dogs
GeekSpeak for 2009-06-13
In a slightly odd GeekSpeak Geeks Lyle, Ryder and Miles, take your calls and discuss the week in geek news, but they are joined by Becca Hiatt a veterinarian rehabilitater (Physical Therapist for Animals) to answer questions about dogs. The call-in section goes back and forth between very knowledgeable dog suggestions and, contrarily, the Geeks poor answers to Windows questions.
Check out the 1h20m long video demoing the beta Google Wave technology. Cool stuff that shows a lot of promise. Developed by the same team that brought us Google Maps.
Number 112 for the win!
Maybe filesharing isn’t the cause of all problems in the world after all.
A 14 year old German boy lived to tell the tale of being hit in the hand by a pea sized magnetic meteorite. It caused a 3 inch long wound before hitting the ground near him, resulting in a 1 foot wide crater.
Looks like the French still consider themselves innocent until proven guilty, even on the Internet.
newly installed power meters at home and businesses that are computer controlled look to be vulnerable to hacking and OS modification, potentially resulting in wide scale power outages triggered remotely.
As the dust settles, hundreds of thousands get a web path on someone else’s servers without a hitch.
! Unusual USB Devices
- [USB hand warmers|http://www.usbgeek.com/prod_detail.php?prod_id=0356] for the win!
- [USB volume control|http://www.griffintechnology.com/products/powermate/] and more.