Hosts: Leo Laporte, Kevin Rose, Robert Scoble
@alexlindsay on Video on the Web @bobbyllew on YouTube @danegolden on Googlization of everything @danpatterson on shorter distance between people, other people, and information @catherine_hall on Freedom to work from anywhere @chrismarquardt on Cinema quality video in Digital SLRs @DonMcAllister on RSS @drkiki on Large Hadron Collider @heathr on Democratization of media @iEchuu on HD-DVD story on Digg @klandwehr on iPhone and App store @macsfuture on Apple goes from has-been to kingmaker @malventano on Solid state @marcpelletier on Life-extending medicine @martinsargent on Webvan and Peapod @merlyn on Moore’s Law still works @notpatrick on Net Neutrality @patricknorton on Moore’s Law applies to everything @ScottBourne on Digital Photography @shwood on Y2K @sirjimbo on Leo-Arrington controversy @techAU on HD
And a special thanks to those who made the effort to recommend stories but we weren’t able to get to:
@mccannt on iPhone @Arenlor on Podcasting @danstuntz on iTunes @thegizwiz on Slingbox @JackYZhang on HD-DVD vs. Blu-ray @GrendelKhan on iPhone @silnan on User-generated content @reldnahcire on Digital content distribution @MarkHunterOrr on iPhone developer community @dhowell on The two-way web @BagelTechNews on Dotcom bubble burst @elliot on Email, cell phones, and more @LeifAndersen on Ubuntu Linux @janafarman on Wireless technology improvements @swordedge on Hard drive advancements @ernieattorney on RSS @David_Ford on Internet Video ‚Ä¶ and Steve Wozniak on the Mars rover We end the year, and decade, with a look at the most important stories of the 2000s.
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Running time: 1:43:01