Digital Punch vLog – Episode 08

December 25, 2006


Note: If you are having issues trying to watch this QuickTime video, try our flash-based playerDigital Punch – Episode_08 – Show Summary:In the eighth installment of Digital Punch, the vlog that features breaking tech news, cool product reviews and random weirdness, we present a special holiday present to you, the viewer (as we will not be releasing a regular full-length show due to the holiday break). So without further ado boys and girls, get ready for your gripping treat…

A blooper reel full of all the flubs, outtakes and screw ups that the crew here at DP have recorded over the last seven episodes. You can witness Benjamin saying some of the most ridiculous things ever such as frik, barf, biscuits, girgle, flubber, crud pot, a-burp, craps, flibbage, goof and many many more.

As always, email us with your show ideas, questions or comments. We really do read and respond to each email. Honest, I swear.Thanks For Watching!-Digital Punch

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Digital Punch vLog – Episode 07

December 18, 2006


Note: If you are having issues trying to watch this QuickTime video, try our flash-based playerDigital Punch – Episode_07 – Show Summary:In this episode of Digital Punch, the vlog that features breaking tech news, cool product reviews and random fun, we bring you 10 cool gift ideas for $30 and under. So without further ado, we are proud to introduce you to the:• WiFi FinderLazer Trip WireMarshmallow BlasterNano Flip CaseWalkie-Talkie WristwatchesParking Timer KeychainMassaging SlippersQuik PodHandheld Sudokuwww.networkforgood.org to give a gift to a charity in someone else’s name.We also follow-up on three stories we’ve previously brought you on Digital Punch. First, the NBA announced they will be returning to the original leather ball later this season, PlayStation has announced that the PS3 will not play many PS2 games, and talk about the perils of the new Wii controller.As we usually do, we also devoted time to your questions, comments and feedback. If you’d like to be included in our next show, please e-mail us, leave a comment/question or subscribe to our show!Thanks!-Digital Punch

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Digital Punch vLog – Episode 06

December 12, 2006

Digital Punch – Episode_06 – Show Summary:

In this episode of Digital Punch, the vlog that features breaking tech news, cool product reviews and random fun, we review the Slingbox Pro. Now you can watch your TV programs (in high definition) on your computer or mobile phone at any time and anywhere.

We also talk to Steve Tanner, one of the foremost beverage review experts, about the new holiday flavors offered by Jones Soda. If you are interested in reading any of Steve’s reviews of basically every soda product every released on planet Earth, check out his blog for more info. (Update: It is a small world. The lady whose picture that she took appeared on one of Jones Soda holiday beverages that Steve recently reviewed actually wrote a repy to the review. It is worth a read…)

Finally, we introduce the iCarta. The iCarta is a toilet paper dispenser iPod docking station. It comes compete with water resistant speakers and can handle all models of the iPod. Going to the bathroom has never been so fun!

As always we appreciate your questions and feedback, so please e-mail us, leave a comment/question and subscribe to our show!Thanks!-Digital Punch

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Digital Punch vLog – Episode 05

December 6, 2006

Digital Punch – Episode 05 – Show Summary:

In the fifth episode of Digital Punch, the vlog that features breaking tech news, cool product reviews and random weirdness, we present a High Definition (HD) television buying guide that looks at the pros and cons of plasma vs. LCD flat screen TVs.

We discuss the world’s first Virtual Millionaire, Anshe Chung, the real estate tycoon from Second Life who has acquired holdings that are legally convertible into more than 1 million dollars.

We also feature an amazing blender from Blendtec along with video footage of this product in action from the popular web video series ‘Will It Blend?‘ If you haven’t seen any of these short videos, make sure you check them out as it will deepen your appreciation for our ‘spoof’ response video where we put our own blender to the test. We did not use the Blendtec Total Blender, but rather a $15 generic piece-o-junk. The results are unexpected and real. As always, email us with your show ideas, questions or comments. We really do read and respond to each email.

Thanks!-Digital Punch

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