This week the team discusses the Webby Award nominations (10th anniversary!), people who use child avatars in "Second Life", and free Internet TV - is there anything for the networks to worry about? Also several holes in the U.S. border security system were found.
In gaming news the Gizmondo knucklehead who wrecked his Ferrari has now been accused of stealing that very car. A new "study" shows violent video games leads to drug and alcohol abuse, and Oblivion is the fastest selling game on the XBox 360 (what a shock). Also Burger King has a hissy-fit over a blog claiming they are creating a video game, and Microsoft is ready to launch the 360 in the Middle East and elsewhere.
This is episode 37! Collect the whole set!
News.com: Phony Kids, Virtual Sex
News.com: Webby Awards Hit 10
Wired News: Border Security System Left Open