Weblogs Inc. Greatest Hits

Everybody…here is another edition of Weblogs Inc.’s “best of” for the last week or so. These links are culled from
hundreds of posts by actual people (no bots or algorithms here)…they truly are the best of the best.

Engadget‘s J.D. Lasica interviews
Orb Network CEO Jim Behrens, offers a how-to on accessing
iTunes from a cellphone, and reveals that Japan has plans
for a Robot Moon Base, while Barb Dybwad solicits
readers’ Motorola RAZR wishlists.

Eric Bryant predicts what’s next in the parade of recalls
and opines that the big three maintain truck supremacy.
John Neff spies a BMW crossover coupe. Walter Keegan Jr.
treats us to an illustrated tour of Saturn Vue 2006

Joystiq‘s James Ransom-Wiley sounds a
Badass squirrel alert on Conker: Live & Reloaded,
reports that Canadian Fairmont Hotels offer PSPs to
, and posts some Halo 3 rumors. Steve Parsons
predicts a DVD format war between Blu-Ray and HD-DVD.

TV Squad‘s
Bob Sassone wishes Nick at Night
Happy Birthday.
Annie W gets down with Jon Stewart on
The Daily Show.
Keith McDuffee highlights new
TV-on-DVD releases.
Adam Finley sympathizes with with unlucky users of
Lost lottery numbers.

Karina Longworth announces the imminent
King Kong trailer, the latest
reprise of Batman, and Cinematical’s
Hustle and Flow Contest Winners.
Plus readers flock to comment on our
Why Aren’t You
Going to the Movies?

Tom Biro reports on
Branded Entertainment for
print, the Vegas alibi campaign, and the
Magazine Publishers’ 2005 Kelly Awards.
Chris Thilk takes us to
MSN’s UFO contest.

Deidre Woollard makes us drool at Gore Vidal’s Italian
for sale, Adam Newman wows us with the ultimate
sound system
, and Jess Nachtigal reviews a very special

C.K. Sample III reveals that
Dell Would Sell OS X.
Dave Caolo surprises with news that
Queen Elizabeth II Buys an iPod. From
Jay Savage we learn that
.Mac is Dropping Virex Support.
Scott McNulty points to an Apple white paper on
Creating an Application with
Tiger Technologies

The Unofficial
Photoshop Weblog
Jan Kabili offers an original
tutorial on a new layer selection method in Photoshop