iCWeekly Episode 94: MySpaceBook
Show Notes for 11-21-10
Tommy's out for the day, John regrets coming home from Hawaii and audio troubles abound. Fortunately, for us, there is more news than you can shake a stick at. Facebook, MySpace and FREE software!
British police toss their radios and take up texting to save money
The Wall Street Journal posts and article about user tracking on the Internet that tracks users on the Internet
The U.S. Government wants the power to shut down any web site it sees fit
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security may fine web sites, up to, $100,000 / day for not complying with their wishes
The Canadian government wants to know all about you and doesn't care if you don't want it to
A New York teen makes a boat load of cash selling parts to make a white iPhone
More than half of Facebook users use it every day
Facebook accounts for 1 in 4 web pages visited
MySpace finally gives into Facebook - MySpaceBook anyone?
Facebook's next generation messaging may not be all that and the bag of chips it's made out to be
Starships are just around the corner, according to some scientists
Bacon! Bacon! Bacon Flavored Drink Tablets - for your drink, of course!
How much does it cost the government to get your private data?
Pulse, a slick reimagining of how RSS feeds can work on the iPad and iPhone
Mac or Windows: TAL-Filter-2, a free host-synced filter module with different filter types, panorama and volume modulation possibilities
Ableton has released a collection of five free Live Packs – the Creative Diversity series
Digital Musician releases a real-time collaboration plug-in for your favorite DAW
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