The idea is that every weekday at 10:00 am (PST) the site is updated with a new video that highlights people, their passions and often the technology they are using. At the end of each week these videos are compiled into a full length show with some extras.
There are also some blogs, such as Education and Health. Hmmm, very interesting (not).
The shows are conducted by Laura and Tina, the two hostesses I mentioned before. They seem to be always reporting things in a "cool", "fun" way - annoying most of the times, and did I say they are always screaming?
Think podcasts turn videocasts, with a funky design and silly "Hello from China" comments in the threads associated with each video.
At least it's a good example of open application (on Windows OS): it works with Internet Explorer (with Windows Media player streaming) and Firefox (with Apple Quicktime player streaming). It won't work on Apple OS X though, either on Safari or Internet Explorer. And the Profile page is not working, returning a funny message that I would translate into either a 404 or 500 error (this is real tech talk).
Topics go like this:
- "Jon Bach, of Puget Custom Computers, impresses Tina with a monster gaming machine kept cool by a custom designed liquid cooling system."
- "Danny James and Dillin Quent of Theory in Motion stop by the studio to drop the beat. Very nice. Recognize the song from somewhere?"
- "Technology News as presented by Laura and Tina, news desk, blazers, smart-looking glasses and all. Ok, well maybe not the blazers or the news desk...or even the smart-looking glasses. But the news, yes, we've got news."
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