Worst Week: Consumer Electronics

Tonight on GeekNights, we begin worst week with a look at the worst of consumer electronics. In the news, Skypeout is now free to the US and Canada, and ISPs whine about HD content.

Peer to Peer

Tonight on GeekNights, we touch on some of the history of peer to peer in a very broad sense (mostly to kill time before our big E3 show tomorrow). In the news, VIM 7 and DisplayPort.

Hosting

Tonight on GeekNights, we consider internet hosting. In the news, Linux's new wireless stack and the Apple virus that wasn't.

Podcasting Panel (Live at Tora-Con 2006)

Tonight on GeekNights, we bring you our live recording of the show we put on at Tora-Con 2006, completely unedited, during which we discuss podcasting. As for the news, web-surfing on the job is semi-protected, and a new camera appears.

Tech Support 101

Tonight on GeekNights, we tell people how to properly receive technical support from friendly geeks. In the news we got nuclear power, MySQL storage engine and The Beatles on mp3.

Home Networking

Tonight on GeekNights, we explain the deep mysteries of home networking in a very shallow, halting way. In the news, blackhats are back. Also, we have some audio feedback from our GeekNights scientist Peter Olsen, who you may remember from our popular episode on pesudoscience.

Computer Monitors

Tonight on GeekNights, we explain the various merits of CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) and LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) PC monitors. In the news, .xxx is nixed and Microsoft Virtual Server supports Linux.

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