20: Fiber is Good for Your Digestion
Published 13 April 2013 • Hosted by Branden Maynes and Daniel “Jelly” Farrelly
Raven Software releases the source code for two Star Wars games; Facebook Home arrives on the Google Play store; the Coalition Party announces their NBN alternative; a Microsoft employee (well, ex-employee) tells Twitter to “Deal With It” in regards to the rumours of an always-on next generation Xbox; and Apple and Yahoo start working together to provide deeper integration of Yahoo data in iOS.
Meanwhile, Jelly hates on election campaigns and Bean calls someone a “d-bag”. Also, the boys entertain a crazy notion about being better looking than most people. Those crazy kids.
- Raven Releases The Source Code For Jedi Knight II (Kotaku)
- Facebook Home revamps any Android phone to make it about 'people, not apps' (The Verge)
- The Talk Show with John Gruber, Episode 36
- The Coalition's Alternative NBN Brief
- The vast differences between the NBN and the Coalition's alternative (ABC Technology and Games)
- Microsoft Apologises For Employee's Always-Online Tweets (Kotaku)
- Deal With it - Better Off Ted (Youtube)
- Microsoft planning Xbox event for May (The Verge)
- Apple And Yahoo Working Together For Deeper Integration (Gizmodo)