No BS Podcast #89: Gordon Brings the Rage

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longvar

During the podcast some software that allowed hulu to be streamed to the 360 was mentioned.  I googled this, but didn't find it.  I think it was referred to as "boxy"?  Anyone have a link?

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uberswimmer

I have the same question

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poee

Must one have iTunes installed to hear the MPC No BS Podcast? Is there a way to simply download the podcast to my hdd and listen to it however I want? I know you guys are all about letting consumers excersise free choice.

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deathdefier

click "podcast gang"

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n0t_a_n00b2

I agree about the zombie apcolpse.  An aircraft carrier would be awsome.  Just take it really, really deep.  Oh, and bring a couple greenhouses with you, as well as solar panels, and loads of ammo.  Screw the F-22 raptors or whatever they have on the deck.  They could be used as a greenhouse.  Oh, and going to woods would kind of be asking for trouble.

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knexkid

1. MaxPC really doesn't have a lot of ads, and I usually enjoy looking at most of them anyways.

2. Gordon, I love you....we all love you.  Please never stop being your angry self. Out of curiosity, does your wife ever listen to the podcast?  

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drunkalien6

Hey Gordon, i noticed same thing with my T-Mobile phone. I was on my old PC one time, which has a CRT monitor. My phone was laying right in front of it, so it rang. And when it did my screen went wacko. Color changing, rapid flickering, and distorted image. Crazy stuff! You should try that if you can.

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jcollins

Hrm, do you really want to admit to reading Vogue though?  I must say, that's rather non-geeky of you...

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Ritful

Awesome stuff Gordon. Ive had to watch House to get my fix of Anger, but you nailed it this time.

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Khaled

The text to speech voice message was probably the new text-to-speech voice provided with Leopard.

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Khaled

interesting ... my guess its the GSM 3G signal interference.as for the sounds, all GSM phones do that, have ya tried a Nokia ... well ... Nokia is not that popular in the US anyway ...

 

Sprint is using CDMA which doesn't cause the same interference as GSM phones ... 

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deathdefier

It's true that have a crap ton of ads in vogue!

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