While you were using the Web to arm yourself with information about new cars — and still ended up paying more than you intended — here’s what we were looking at:
- Why Zune & iPod Should Have the Radio On (Radio On!) – Hell, even the Prism DuroSport’s got the AM, so why aren’t Microsoft and Apple down with giving us as many listening choices as possible?
- It’s Hard Out There For A Critic – In a world where critics aren’t the gatekeepers and tastemakers, what role will they end up playing?
- Assessing The Impact Of the AOL Data Spill – Kirk takes an in-depth look at the impact of AOL’s leaked user search data.
- 10 Ways To Protect Your Privacy Before The Next Data Spill – This sort of thing is going to happen again, and you’d best believe that your data is being traded privately all of the time anyways, so here’s how to minimize the impact.
- That’s What I Like: The Complete Peanuts – In the latest installment of our highly acclaimed* series, Jim looks at early days of the iconic comic strip and points out that, originally, they were just weird little kids.
- Nothin’ From Nothin’ Leaves Nothin’ – It’s obviously going to take Billy Preston to convince John Lennon to let Yoko know that it’s time for The Beates to join the iTunes parade.
*To each other