The SouthGeek Ramble and Review 52 [110100]: Cars, Mars and DMCAs

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Summary: In this episode, the pundits discuss NASA's run-in with the DMCA and their own rover footage, Google's self-driving cars rack up 300k miles, Windows 8's interface is no longer "Metro", and Verizon will charge you for tethering after all, even though the FCC says no. Carl T. Ruckus reports in on free speech for the Like button, Square, and Bitcoins. Pundits:  Donovan Adkisson, Tyler Adkisson, and Devon Adkisson Hey!  Would you like to sponsor the show!  Look over to the right, there's a button over there.  Do you have a product, website, etc. that you want us to let our listeners know about?  For just $25, we'll read your one line sponsor at the beginning of the show!  Do it!  --Thanks. Our email: Twitter: @South_Geek Listener voice mail line: 205-614-3350 Show us some love on iTunes by rating this: Youtube (for our uncut/unedited versions): Stitcher Radio: Sponsor:  Podcasting:  Year One Links: NASA’s Mars Rover Crashed Into a DMCA Takedown Google’s Self-Driving Cars Complete 300K Miles Without Accident Windows 8 “Metro” Is Dead, But UI Still Needs a Name Verizon Will Still Charge for Tethering