This is episode 005 of dl.tv. Here is the episode page description:
Garnett Lee from 1up.com joined Robert Heron and Patrick Norton on the Fifth Episode of DigitalLife TV.
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The iPod nano rules, at least if you don't want FM or a built in recorder. PCMag's review is most excellent. BRIAN FROM TROY, New York saw our review of the $99 Dell 1100 laser printer last week and aks "Do you have to order replacement toner from Dell for the 1100, or can you get it from major retailers?" From what the propaganda inside the 1100 printer drivers says, Dell is the only source for the toner cartridges. Nahid from Brampton, Ontario tipped us off to the Samsung ML-2010. No restrictions on where you buy toner. Available for under $100 if you shop carefully (and don't mind rebates), 22 ppm engine. Rumor has it the printing isn't as good as the Dell 1100. Jeremy Atkinson from ExtremeTech.com gave us the scoop on the ButtKicker Gamer, a $150 gadget to help you .... feel .... the frags. We love Firefox. Firefox 1.5 BETA is out. Patrick's running it, Robert doesn't trust browser betas. The current Firefox browser has a security issue with how it handles IDN (International Domain Names) that can allow a naughty site to execute a buffer overflow. You can learn more here, or go straight to the Mozilla page with the patch that disables IDN for now. The beta of OpenOffice 2.0 is out. The latest version of the free office suite is heaps faster, considerably sleeker looking, and chock full of good stuff for folks that don't need to drop the cash on Microsoft Office. For a more technical intro that covers the finer points of compatibility with MS Office, check out PCMag's review. A combo DVD/projector? Robert Heron gave Optoma's MovieTime DV10 front-projector an Editor's Choice! Garnett Lee from 1UP.com gave us the scoop on three great (free!) game demos for your PC. You can download AGE OF EMPIRES 3 and F.E.A.R. now. The SERIOUS SAM II demo will go out next week!!! Thinking about Windows Vista? MS just dropped a new beta. In other Vista news this week, Microsoft revealed its plans to offer 7 different versions of Vista. DVORAK mocks it better than we can and suggests Microsoft offer a porn version.
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