Jun 27, 2007
This week hosted by Phil Wales with Mike Bantick (Gaming).
As always the boys entertain with discussions on all things IT and new tech including:
http://www.newfoundfrequency.com is a website focusing on live music recordings and exposing Australian musicians to the world offer an instant duplication service to local and touring bands to record their gig live and have it available to sell immediately after the show.
Digg - Roundup: Apple iPhone Reviews - the embargo is no more. Check back for updates as reviews flood the Interwebs
Internet Radio "Day of Silence" hushes thousands of stations
26 June 2007 means that it's the Internet radio Day of Silence. The Day of Silence was organized to protest against retroactive royalty rate increases that could cripple many Internet radio stations. The rates go into effect in less than a month, and with no significant help from Congress in sight, Internet broadcasters are resorting to silence to demonstrate what will happen if the proposed increases go into effect.
Digg - Five resources to create a Wii media center
Cruise over to our blog to get five applications and websites needed to create your own Wii media center...http://byteintoit.wordpress.com/
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