And now this week’s very best of the Weblogs, Inc. Network

The Weblogs, Inc. network features over 100 independent, unfiltered bloggers producing over 1,000 blog posts a week
across over 75 industry-leading blogs. Each week we ask our bloggers to choose their top posts, which we bring to you
in one easy-to-read weekly post. You’ll find links to the hottest posts from the past week after the jump including an
motion detection for Flash games, favorite Kids in the Hall moments and even a Spanish Autoblog announcement.

Droxy?s Ryan Saghir got a first hand preview of XM Radio?s new
Delphi RoadyXT and Audiovox
Xpress Radios and takes a look at the looming
Apple vs Satellite Radio battle. Then he
noticed that Opie and Anthony are ?Podcasting? through Audible now?
will Howard Stern
soon follow

FlashInsider?s Mike Schleifstein talks about the release of
Macromedia Studio 8 and finds a
motion detection
Flash games while David Robinson isn?t sure what to think about the end of a
web program at SIGGRAPH.

Gadling?s Erik Olsen wants to help you with
lifelist and wants to talk about a new fad called
Zorbing. Plus Adrienne Wilson urges you to learn to speak
French over dinner.

Divester?s Willy Volk lists the
Top 10 Waterproof Tech Items in 2005 so
far and reveals that aerobic exercise helps reduce divers?
chances of getting DCS while
Erik Olsen reports on diving

Luxist?s Peter Thompson goes
castle shopping while Rick Reed checks out the
Breitling watch for pilots and Deidre Woollard tells you
where you can spend $1 million or more on one car.

TVSquad?s Bob Sassone reveals an
Alias shocker and Chris Thilk
wonders what your favorite Kids
In The Hall moment
is, plus Adam Finley ticks off
Scrubs fans.

TUAW?s Laurie A.
introduces the TUAW Dashboard
and Dave Caolo tackles Apple?s
Mighty Mouse
while Jay Savage just says
NO to AppleCare.

BBHub?s Russell Shaw shows you a way to calculate your restaurant or
bar tip on your
, calculate if you?ve had
?one too
at that restaurant or bar, and shows you a way to figure out how many
words a minute you
can tap out on your BlackBerry.

Joystiq?s Ross Miller plays
Doom on an iPod and points out web-comic
thrashing Jack Thompson while David Touve looks for the
elusive PSP 2.0 update, US version.

Hack-A-Day?s Eliot Phillips gets a new logo via the
Scribble Bot, imagines future robotics projects using a
computer controlled RC helicopter and polls the
text editor holy war.

Engadget?s Ryan Block spots the Verizon ready
CDMA RAZR and Peter Rojas warns of a
viral outbreak on Finnish phones. Then they get together
for this week?s Engadget Podcast.

Autoblog?s John Neff introduces Alberto Escarlate, the Spaniard, to
announce the coming Autoblog Spanish and Eric Bryant says
we aren?t buying premium gas while Randall Halcomb finds
hybrid developers addressing criticis