Tonight on GeekNights, we consider a traditionally non-geek topic: our favourite sports. In the news Sony backpeddles a bit on Blu-Ray DRM, Star Wars is going to be a TV show, and AOL offers horribly-DRM-encumbered Internet TV. Thus ends favourites week.
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider how to not suck in ackward, dangerous, or otherwise odd situations. In the news, IBM outsources high-level jobs to India and a Senate committee has put forward the Children and Media Research Advancement Act.
Tonight, on GeekNights, we consider bad movies. Not bad like Hard Rock Zombies or SARS Wars, but bad like Garfield or Snakes on a Plane. As for the news, the US Senate does something smart, ABC does something interesting, and Kenya does something scary.
Tonight on GeekNights, we explain how not to suck at driving, considering that we both commute by car every day. In the news, some people just can't undestand free software and DCHP troubles in Linux Land.
Tonight on GeekNights, we wax poetic about the toys we used to play with as proto-geeks. News bits include Otakon's Official Statement regarding the 2006 Artist's Alley policy and Bill Gates' statement regarding censoring the Internet.
Tonight on GeekNights Scott is all alone. But somehow, as if by magic, we put out part 3 of our continuing series on conventions.