Kevin and Alex film from Virgin's HQ in London, England. This week, they cover: Blackberry Storm Runs iPhone OS, Calacanis: Apple and Networked HDTVs, Look out McGriddle, it's the Doughnut-Ham Hamburger [PIC], Rachael Ray's 'Corn Porn' (SFW), and landmarks replaced by cheap souvenirs.
Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht are at the Virgin HQ in London, England!
Mad respect to Virgin for sponsoring us and having us over at their headquarters to shoot Diggnation. Richard Branson, the reason that Virgin exists, has a new Book. "Business Stripped Bare" from Virgin Books. The book is out now worldwide and you can find out all about it at richard.virgin.com In the book, you'll discover the inside track on Richard's life in business and how he does it. You'll also find out the incredible truth about his most risky, brilliant and audacious deals. The book covers all aspects of business from the brand, to hiring the best people, to corporate social responsibility, innovation in business and much much more. Its great for everyone whether you're an executive, entrepreneur or just striking out.
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Be sure to check out new episodes of Epic Fu on Revision3. The latest includes coming coming to terms with the Failed U.S. economy - a look at the new Android-powered G1 phone, hunt for Space Invaders in a global art project/reality game, and demo a few online tools to track where your favorite bands are playing. New episodes come out every Tuesday afternoon.