Drop those leftovers, it’s time for the 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 a
call for Digital Photography bloggers, the announcement of a brand new fanboy from Joystiq, and an invisible (almost)
browser. Enjoy!

HDBeat?s Matt Burns questions if
extended warranties are worth the
money
, Richard Lawler wonders what the
Cisco purchase of Scientific Atlanta means
for HDTV, and Kevin C. Tofel helps you build an
HDTV Media Center PC.

The Wireless Weblog?s Michael Sciannamea reviews
the controversial new book on RFID technology,
Spychips. Plus, He says a
successful return of the AT&T Wireless brand means
erasing the memories
of their ?bad old days? and
mobile gambling is set to become a multibillion
dollar business.

Luxist?s Trey Evans tells us why we are really going to want the
2007 S-Class Mercedes and win yourself a $250 gift
certificate with Luxist?s Hey Big Spender contest. Plus,
Cartier at Costco? Rick Reed finds out that the megastore
sells more than a lifetime supply of canned peas.

The Design Weblog?s David Chartier shows you how you
can shape the world, mulls over
AT&T?s new branding, and doesn?t get the
new AIM logo.

The Blogging Baby team kicks off the holidays with
their First Day of Christmas Shopping Guide, along
with a list of presents that are either too annoying or
too expensive
to find their way under your tree. In other news, James Griffioen asks whether you should ever take
babies to the movies.

Cinematical?s
Karina Longworth ponders the motivation behind the
MPAA/BitTorrent deal
and uncovers George Lucas? opinions on
piracy
, iTunes and the future of movie distribution. Plus,
Jette Kernion names
seven British actors
who should be hired
by the Harry Potter franchise.

The Digital Photography Weblog?s
Andrew Barrow starts a great discussion on 3
different Photo-Sharing sites
and Jay Savage announces that the blog is
looking for new team members and also
selects a stunning candid picture for one of the
Digital Photo of the Day.

TVSquad?s
Bob Sassone and
Anna Johns break the bad news:
Alias and
Threshold are officially canceled,
Joel Keller gives his list of the
five best Thanksgiving episodes on
TV, and Deidre Woollard asks:
Are people still watching
Invasion?

Divester?s Willy
Volk
shares the story of a surfing shark;
explains that the Georgia
Aquarium wants to start breeding whale sharks
; and reveals that
China has its own Loch Ness
monster
.

Download Squad?s Marc Perton celebrates the 20th
anniversary of Windows with 20 little-known facts about
Windows 1.0, Nitin Badjatia talks turkey,
with 10 tips to
fix your mom?s PC
this holiday weekend, and Jason Clarke reveals Ghostzilla ?
the (almost) invisible
browser
.

DVGuru?s

It’s the weekend again? Time for the 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 a
contest to pick a name for our Design Blog, how to sell your Mac, and a little Jolie voodoo. Enjoy!

The Design blog?s DC wants you to
rename the Design blog (and win a prize!), thinks
the 2008 Olympic mascots are out to get us, and
points you to New York?s finest? Subway Art.

Divester?s
Willy Volk explains why a
South African cop was
attacked by a ragged tooth shark
, what
happens in China when
a diver is bitten by a shark
, and – on a lighter note – reviews Key West?s
Mel Fisher
Maritime Heritage Society Museum
.

HDBeat?s Richard Lawler
celebrates HDTV
CableCard support
for Windows Media Center, Matt Burns has a
new HDTV buyers guide, just in time
for that new Xbox 360, and Kevin C. Tofel
wants you to win the
new Logitech Harmony 360 Universal Remote.

TUAW?s Damien Barrett tells you
how to sell a used Mac, David Chartier asks what
you?d like to see done
differently in Safari,
and the majority percentage of the TUAW bloggers gathered this weekend in New York for a silly
meet the bloggers video
podcast
.

BBHub?s Russell Shaw scoops the Blogosphere on reporting that the
much-anticipated debut of
the Cingular
BlackBerry 8700c is going to be delayed
a bit, writes about
the eBay BlackBerry auction
that was pulled at the last minute when it got too pricey and dicey, and tells you about a product you can use to read
your Google Mail on your
BlackBerry
.

Slashfood?s Sarah J. Gim shows us an
East-Indian-style Thanksgiving
dinner
, Andrew Barrow finds out what the wine
bloggers are up to
, and Nick Vagnoni wonders
who gets the last bite and why.

Luxist?s Deidre Woollard checks out a
California island for sale for under $3 million. Plus, your
iPod may not last for ever but your iPod dock can, Jordan Running discovers
the stone solution. And, the guns are fake and there?s no
ejector seat anymore but Deidre Woollard still thinks the James
Bond car is pretty cool
.

DVGuru?s Zadi
Diaz
explores the art of making fake blood
for your next movie, Mike Burgoyne takes a look at
Avid?s free editing software, and
Randall Bennett asks the question,
what is your favorite media player?

Blogging Baby?s Melissa Summers wonders whether or not
to paint her son?s room eye-splitting yellow, Jay
Allen wonders, ?is public schooling a form of social
indoctrination
– and homeschooling, the cure?? and Sarah Gilbert wonders how PC schools can go in
seasonifying holidays, and whether seasons themselves
will be the next to go.

TVSquad?s
Karina Longworth asks:
?Would you pay a
subscription fee to keep Arrested Development in production?
? Plus,
Kim Voynar breaks the news to Harry Potter fans:
Emma Watson isn?t in love with
Dan Radcliffe
and Joel Keller asks whether Lorne
Michaels should start cleaning
house with SNL
.

Gather ’round for the 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
Engadget Meetup on the west coast, a way to get a free plasma screen in politics, and even a full day in Prague.
Enjoy!

TUAW?s C.K. Sample, III reviews the
Griffin RoadTrip, Scott McNulty provides a video
podcast looking at his new iMac and Photo
Booth
, and David Chartier rounds up the
top X requested iChat
features
.

The Wireless Weblog?s Michael Sciannamea thinks Intel?s
claiming of WiMax success is a bit premature and
says the numbers don?t lie; music cellphones are not
catching on
. Plus, he believes EarthLink is the early favorite in the
San Francisco wireless network sweepstakes.

The Gadling group takes you to
Prague for an entire day. Then Erik Olsen gets the lowdown on
paddling Croatia with Jon Bowermaster and Adrienne Wilson
lets you in on Kosher safaris.

Slashfood?s Sarah J. Gim gives us her five least favorite
Thanksgiving side dishes and Stefania
Butler makes soups the centerpiece
of winter parties
while Bob Sassone ponders the eight
best Food Network Shows.

PVRWire?s Todd Carter discusses
TiVo?s new partnership with
Yahoo and reports on the DirecTV/NBC
on-demand deal
. Plus, Martin Conaghan discusses
BT?s effort to enter the British
PVR market
.

DVGuru?s
Randall Bennett presents episode One of  DVguru?s
very own Vodcast,
Zadi Diaz has some helpful tips for
avoiding pesky timecode breaks, and
Ajit Anthony has another helpful round-up of
DV related tutorials.

Luxist?s Jordan Running rolls out the barrel with a
unique cedar sauna, Rick Reed find a nifty way to
trim cigars, and Deidre Woollard takes a look at the
Anthony Quinn estate.

The Outsource Reporter?s Vibhav Nuwal says the Indian
outsourcing boom could
end abruptly and
finds some emerging trends.
Plus, did you know
Garfield and Scooby
have Indian ink
?

HDBeat?s Richard Lawler finds the
largest indoor HDTV in Charlotte, Matt Burns is
running for office to get a free
plasma screen
, and Kevin C. Tofel wants the details of how
HD content will work on video
iPods
.

BBHub?s Russell Shaw tells you
how to reach
a human
at every U.S. BlackBerry cell provider?s tech support, unveils
the second BlackBerry 8700 to be
released, and tells you about a BlackBerry software application where you can brush up on your
Christmas song lyrics.

Droxy?s Ryan
Saghir
sees that the HD Radio is
on
, but no one?s home, and finds out Motorola?s iRadio
?Get Heard Network? is now live. Plus,
He checks out NPRs new podcast brand
alt.NPR.

Divester?s
Willy Volk wonders whether

Relax with your weekly 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 a
Bond-fight that’s feline, a rocketbooming interview, and an ultra-ultra-exclusive launch party. Enjoy!

Divester?s
Bill Reals squeals about a
seal that makes a meal of a
scuba diver?s nose
, while Erik Olsen finds the irony in
the fact that Greenpeace is fined for
damaging a reef
, and Willy Volk tut-tuts two
Belizean dive operators
who are banned from guiding dives forever
!

Luxist?s Rick Reed asks how
much you would pay for a designer sawhorse desk, Jordan
Running discovers what may be the most unique place to stay
in Berlin, and Deidre Woollard finds a classic Santa Barbara
estate
.

Cinematical?s
Martha Fischer figures out
how Uwe Boll films keep
getting paid for
, Karina Longworth discovers a
catfight between two former James Bonds, and
Kim Voynar shepherds the voting on our
Halloween Costume
contest
.

DV Guru?s
Zadi Diaz gives us the heads up on
Google?s new video blog,
Ajit Anthony talks about his favorite visual organization
tool, OmniGraffle, and
Randall Bennett discusses NBC?s move to make its nightly
newscast available for download.

TVSquad?s
Bob Sassone mentions some TV shows that are
better than their movie
counterparts
, Annie Wu clues us in on
what?s wrong with Saturday Night Live,
and sing along with Lacy Hall and her list of
the best TV theme song
lyrics.

Slashfood?s Andrew Barrow checks in with
U.K. food bloggers, Sarah
Gilbert asks if
semi-homemade is really
easier than homemade
, and Josh Ozersky declares his love for
Waffle House hash browns.

Gadling?s Erik Olsen mulls
Mammoth?s future, Kelly Amabile introduces us to
Earthcomber guides, and Adrienne Wilson is all about
Halloween?Hawaiian style.

TUAW?s C.K. Sample, III
interviews Andrew Baron of
Rocketboom
about videoblogging, Dave Caolo wants to know
what?s on your iPod (with video),
and Damien Barrett wants to know if you backed-up
today
.

VOIPFan?s Ted Wallingford says
?Don?t try this at home,? finds the
universal access utopia, and wants you to know that, yes,
terrorists are using Cybertechniques.

The Digital Photography Weblog finds
out the Nikon D200 is finally released and Jay Savage
takes a look at early reactions. Andrew
Barrow finds the world?s smallest camera
sensor
and tells you how to print your
Flickr pictures at Target
.

The Wireless Weblog?s Michael Sciannamea says the
Packers may have overreacted to a ringing
cellphone during their press conference and that
EarthLink may be the favorite to build
Portland,

The Weblogs, Inc. Network brings you its best of the best

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
Birthday POEtry, a request for someone to act like the champion they are, and five favorite treehouses of horror.
Enjoy!

The Digital Photography Weblog?s Jay Savage unveils
a superb digital photo of the day and
Andrew Barrow announces a Canon EOS firmware
update
and points out Digital Trends in
photography discussion.

TVSquad?s
Ryan Budke lists his favorite five
Simpsons Treehouse
of Horror
segments and Keith McDuffee rattles off his
list of the best five episodes of
Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Plus, find out what ?fanesia? means, as Bob Sassone lists
off his top five fanesia moments.

Blogging Baby?s Jen Creer exposes the
elementary school teacher who punished a child
because his parents didn?t help with his homework while Nicole Apostola and readers strategize about
scheduling baby number two and an eight-year-old girl
kills a bear. Sarah Gilbert?s proud of her
accomplishment
, but some readers aren?t so sure.

The Outsource Reporter?s
Vibhav Nuwal fills us in on
E-Tutoring and the end of a
possible anti-outsourcing
law
. Plus, he finds an interesting interview
discussing the
dilemma every CEO must face
.

CardSquad?s
Wil Wheaton thinks Phil Hellmuth is one of the best
players in the game, but it?s time he stopped berating other players and
started acting like a champion and, with only
56 shopping days until Christmas, Joanne Lutynec helps
you shop for the poker player
in your life. Plus? What?s The Hammer? Who are The Hilton Sisters?
Derek McGuire examines
the origins of some popular poker lingo.

Slashfood?s
Sarah Gilbert discovers the virtues of
Brussels sprouts while
Andrew Barrow reports on celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey?s
claim that women ?can?t cook to save their lives?
and Sarah J. Gim rounds up entries from Slashfood?s
Great Pumpkin Day.

Luxist?s Jordan Running uncovers two unique sinks,
one made of wood and one that looks like it is
made from submarine parts and Deidre Woollard finds a
Vail ski house with a separate playhouse just for
entertaining

TUAW?s David
Chartier
wants to know
what you would change
about Apple Mail
and Laurie A. Duncan wonders if Apple
should offer a
free OS X
virtual machine
inside every iPod. Plus a TUAW reader, Zeno, sent in a video of
Front Row running on his Mac
mini
.

DVguru?s newest member
Zadi Diaz highlights the release of the new video publishing
software VideoEgg,
Ajit Anthony gives a run down of all the top
iPod video conversion applications, and
Mike Burgoyne takes a look at the official specs of the new
Panasonic DVX100B.

HD Beat?s
Richard Lawler finds that some