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Killing Time 085: Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad season 4 started tonight, so we chatted a bit about the previous seasons and why you should watch. Then we move into game show time with "The Titan of Television."

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Killing Time 084: Sultan of Some Cinema Returns

Today we talked about "Falling Skies," Brock Lesnar's book, DC's reboot and we wrap up with the return of our trivia show, "Sultan of Some Cinema."

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Killing Time 083: July 06, 2011

We haven't done this show in a long time, but it looks like we're back due to un-popular demand. Today we're talking about almost anything. There's an audio issue somewhere in the middle. Sorry about that, folks.

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Killing Time 082: The Walking Dead

Today, we talked about AMC's newest show, "The Walking Dead."

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Killing Time 081: The 2010 Fall Television Season

Today we're talking about the new fall television season. Are there any hits out there? Maybe.

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Killing Time 080: Titanic II

It's our 80th episode and there's only one thing we could cover: Titanic II!

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New extinction theory, a new dinosaur and more: Dinosaurs: BTWF 036

We're back from our Labor Day vacation with lots of news. First up some corrections to our last episode, then we hit the news. Find out how fires and floods shaped the Isle of Wight, if dinosaurs were warm or cold blooded, a new theory on extinction, a breakthrough on one dinosaur, and finally a brand new dinosaur. It is a news-packed episode.

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Killing Time 079: Louie, Going the Distance and More Mad Men

Iyaz and Rob yap about a lot of things. First they hit FX's show "Louie" staring Louie CK. Then they talk about the rom-com "Going the Distance." Of course, they talk about "Mad Men." Eventually they go off into some tangent. Watch and be amazed!

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Living dinosaur in New Guinea?

Today we're covering some new fossil finds, some new information on a marine dinosaur, and look into a report that there is a living pterosaur in New Guinea. There's even a video of it flying around. Get caught up in the latest in dinosaur news with today's episode of "Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels."

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Killing Time 078: Car Talk, Parker Lewis & The Expendables

In our endeavor to find entertainment, today we're talking about the NPR show "Car Talk," a 20-year old show called "Parker Lewis Can't Lose," "The Expendables" and more.


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Killing Time 077: Salt, White Collar, & Lousy Movies

We review (and spoil) "Salt," the new spy thriller starring Angelina Jolie. Then we yap about more good television by the USA Network, particularly "White Collar." Also, we found some lousy movies that you should avoid in this episode.

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The Triceratops Controversy: Dinosaurs BTWF 034

Today we are clearing up the Triceratops controversy. A lot of sites are claiming that the Triceratops did not exist and the animal will have a new name. Today's episode will explain the whole controversy and explain the truth of the matter: the triceratops existed, the torosaurus and the triceratops were actually the same animal at different stages of growth, and the triceratops name will continue because of scientific naming conventions. Sit back and enjoy this fired up episode of "Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels."

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Killing Time 076: Mad Men, House of the Devil, Titanic II

Today we're reviewing the season premiere of Mad Men, The House of the Devil, and some home theater shenanigans. Oh yeah, we also preview "Titanic II." Yep, you read that right.

Here's another link because we like you: 10 Great Horror Movies You Probably Missed.

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Killing Time 075: Batman and the San Diego Comic-Con

We accidentally themed this episode. We're not at the San Diego Comic Con, but we're covering the news out of the SDCC. We talk about the Avengers, Dexter, and review a couple of DC movies including "Batman: Under the Red Hood" and "Green Lantern: First Flight."

Also, since this is the 75th episode, we even threw in an episode of "Stump the Sultan of Some Cinema" the game where Iyaz tries to stump Rob on movie trivia. Enjoy the giant-sized episode!

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075 Killing Time: Batman and the San Diego Comic-Con (HD)

We accidentally themed this episode. We're not at the San Diego Comic Con, but we're covering the news out of the SDCC. We talk about the Avengers, Dexter, and review a couple of DC movies including "Batman: Under the Red Hood" and "Green Lantern: First Flight."

Also, since this is the 75th episode, we even threw in an episode of "Stump the Sultan of Some Cinema" the game where Iyaz tries to stump Rob on movie trivia. Enjoy the giant-sized episode!

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Killing Time 074: Criminal Minds, Movie Finds, and the New York Times

It's the summer. What should you be watching? Rob recommends Criminal Minds on CBS and Iyaz finds two movies that are out on DVD right now. Those two movies? "Penance" and "World's Greatest Dad," but only one is worth watching. Also, the KT crew talk books. Yep, actual books. All that and more on this episode of "Killing Time."

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Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels 032

Equipment failures galore, but we've still got another episode of the dinosaur news program. Today we hit a lot of stories:

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073 Killing Time: Spider-Man, James Bond, and LeBron James (mp3)

Killing Time takes a look at some entertainment news today. Rob and Iyaz talk about the new Spider-Man, no more James Bond, and LeBron's Mega Happy Hour.

Killing Time 073: Spider-Man, James Bond, and LeBron James

Killing Time takes a look at some entertainment news today. Rob and Iyaz talk about the new Spider-Man, no more James Bond, and LeBron's Mega Happy Hour.

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Killing Time 072: Harry Potter 7, BTTF, The Good Guys

Welcome back to a video edition of Killing Time - the show where we search for entertainment that does not suck. In this episode, Rob and Iyaz talk about Harry Potter 7, Back to the Future on Blu-ray, The Good Guys and more.

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ChannelFlip Web: Pegshot.com

This is a common problem - you see a picture or video and you have no idea where you took it. Pegshot will peg your shot to your location using your mobile phone and snazzy website.

In this final episode of ChannelFlip Web, we use Pegshot to find out where Rob did whatever it is he did!

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ChannelFlip Web: LetterFu.com

Email is the past. The future is in snail mail, but who has time for envelopes? Not you, that's who. Check out LetterFu.com because we did.

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ChannelFlip Web: PDFmyURL

So you want to preserve a site and even have offline access to the web. That's crazy! But if you really did want to do that, there's PDFmyURL.com. Take a guess what it does. Go on, we dare you.

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ChannelFlip Web: WebMii.com

How visible are you online? One site can tell you the answer to this question and it's not Google. ChannelFlip Web checks out WebMii.com - the site that finds all the public information about you and ranks your visibility.

Does it work? Find out in this episode.

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ChannelFlip Web: Impact Calculator

Every day you exist your mind wanders into the reaches of insanity. Maybe you think about apes taking over the planet or Michael Bay becoming a pop star - but if you ever needed to know what would happen if a giant rock hit a city, there's a site for that.

It's called Down2Earth's Impact Calculator and we've got it covered for you.

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ChannelFlip Web: Daytum

Sure you can track certain things by notching your bedpost or just writing in a notebook - but you can do so much more with your data. ChannelFlip Web checks out Daytum. The site is supposed to allow you to organize your statistics like you would not believe.

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ChannelFlip Web From the Vault Special

Kick back this week with a special episode of ChannelFlip Web. We've dug through the archives to find all kinds of outtakes and stuff that is downright embarrassing.

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ChannelFlip Web: Bandcamp

ChannelFlip Web hits a milestone today - its 100th episode! Today, the guys check out Bandcamp.com. This site is supposed to let any musician put together a great website for himself or his band.

How easy is it to use? Find out in this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

Also, check out our Bandcamp page.

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<a href="http://teebeedee.bandcamp.com/album/the-damn-collection">The Damn Collection by TBD</a>

ChannelFlip Web: Omegle

Talking to your friends is totally overrated. It's time to talk to strangers. Maybe you're afraid that a stranger may kidnap you or your pet giraffe, but you can talk to strangers online using Omegle.com.

Is talking to random strangers on a web site useful at all? ChannelFlip Web investigates.

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ChannelFlip Web: Lifehacker.com

Your life just got easier. Lifehacker.com has all kinds of tips and tricks to help you come up with great ways to avoid problems in your online and offline life.

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ChannelFlip Web: RememberTheMilk.com

Trying to keep your life in order? Check out RememberTheMilk.com. This site claims to be the best way to manage your tasks. The ChannelFlip Web guys checked out the site to see if it is what they claim it is.

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The ChannelFlip Web Awards

It's time for the first ever ChannelFlip Web Awards! Find out the best social networking site, the best music site, the sites we used the most (and the least) and lots more in this super-sized episode! We'll see you next year!

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ChannelFlip Web: Wil Harris' Pick

The guys pick a site found off of Wil Harris' Tweets. Wil had high praise for this particular site. The masters of the Internet, ChannelFlip Web, checked it out to find out if the site was amazing or not.

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ChannelFlip Web: FMyLife.com

Life got you down? Well, FMyLife.com lets you share your pain with the masses. When you're feeling like you're going to snap and don't want to risk saying something stupid on your Facebook or Twitter page, definitely check out this site.

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ChannelFlip Web: Google Wave

With hundreds of ways of communicating, maybe the old systems are antiquated. Google has come up with a new way of communicating with Google Wave. Does anyone really understand it? The ChannelFlip Web guys try to get a handle on Google's latest project.

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ChannelFlip Web: Photoshop.com

Got photos that are less than perfect? No need to shell out money for photo editing software. Check out Photoshop.com from the makers of the super-expensive Photoshop. Oh, and it's free.

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ChannelFlip Web: Ning.com

Social networking has gotten so big you can't find anyone with the same interest. Why not create your own social network? We know what you're thinking - "That's impossible, I'm not Mark Zucker-something!"

Don't worry, Ning.com can make a social networking site for you.

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ChannelFlip Web: RottenTomatoes.com

How do you find out if movies are good or bad? Why not find out what the entire Internet thinks? ChannelFlip Web checks out RottenTomatoes.com to see what they know about rating movies.

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ChannelFlip Web: 12seconds.tv

Writing down your thoughts is so antiquated. How about recording your thoughts with 12seconds.tv? This site lets you create quick 12 second videos right from your web browser.

Is this Twitter for vlogging? Rob and Iyaz find out.

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ChannelFlip Web: OneRiot.com - Realtime News

Trying to stay informed online can be difficult. Some sites are slow to react to breaking news. OneRiot.com is here to bring realtime news to the public. It searches social sites like Digg and Twitter and then brings you the news with some context. Does it live up to "ChannelFlip" standards? We'll find out in this episode.

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ChannelFlip Web: Facebook

It's viewer request time as a person picked at random asks us to take a look at a small social networking site called "Facebook." The site is supposed to let you upload photos, videos, while keeping in touch with friends from all over the place.

Sounds like a crazy idea. Could this "Facebook" actually catch on?

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ChannelFlip Web: Update Show Spectacular

We've covered a lot of sites. Now we're going to step back and take a look at some of them to see what's changed. Did any of them get better, worse, or even get booted off the Internet?

The answer to that question is yes.

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Dinosaurs: Live or Die?



Alright folks, it's up to you. Should this show continue? You can select an option from the poll below, e-mail us FiniteComedy@gmail.com, or reply on Twitter to @iyaz. For Twitter, write @iyaz Dinosaurs Live or @iyaz Dinosaurs Die.



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ChannelFlip Web: SkipScreen

So you want to download a something from a file sharing site, but then you've got to wait 30 seconds before you get to download because you don't have a super-mega account.

SkipScreen to the rescue. This Firefox add-on and website claims it can help you get around wait times at these sites. Is it easy to use? More importantly, does it work?

Watch this episode of "ChannelFlip Web" to find out.

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ChannelFlip Web: Get one online identity with Namechk

So you've decided to join the world of social networking. You want to have a Facebook vanity address, you want @yourname on Twitter, and you want just one web identity. Now you could check all those sites and hope they have your preferred name available.

Or you could use Namechk.com. Namechk checks to see if your username is available or not on tons of sites? Find out more in this episode of "ChannelFlip Web."

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ChannelFlip Web: Posterous.com

Want to post your ideas, videos, photos, or whatever online at one place? You should check out Posterous.com.

Here's how this works: send an e-mail with an attachment to Posterous and they put your e-mails together in a blog. Sounds too easy, doesn't it?

Check out if Posterous can turn a non-blogger into a blogging fiend in this episode of "ChannelFlip Web."

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ChannelFlip Web: 3 tools you need if you Tweet

Everyone uses Twitter, but do you know there are a lot of other ways to use Twitter beyond just going to their site?

Check out 3 bookmarklets you need if you Tweet. The best thing about bookmarklets? There's nothing to install and they work on any machine with a web browser.

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Factory Tour 005: Digging through the vault

Finite Comedy Systems went into the archives to bring you alternate takes, never seen before material, deleted scenes, and even early video tests.

ChannelFlip Web: Google Latitude

Who's nearby to hang out? Check out Google Latitude.

You can use the web app from your phone, laptop, or desktop and then you'll show up on a Google Map so your friends can find you. Is the app any good or should it go to beta school? Find out in this episode of "ChannelFlip Web."

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ChannelFlip Web: Midomi.com

It's time for a viewer request episode! Thomas Bailey suggested we check out Midomi.com. The site lets you search for a song using your voice.

If you can hum or sing horribly off key, you may be able to find your music. Does the site work even with bad singing? Find out in this episode of "ChannelFlip Web."

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ChannelFlip Web: G.ho.st Virtual Computer

Why lug around a laptop when everyone else you know has a computer? Maybe you love having your music files and your desktop because it feels like home.

Did you know that you could get 15GB of free space and a virtual computer at G.ho.st? ChannelFlip Web checked out G.ho.st to see if it's worth trying out.

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ChannelFlip Web: Google Reader goodies

It's our 77th episode and we're out of ideas. So what did we do? We asked the tech living legend himself, Tom Merritt, for help. Tom looked at our archives and noticed a glaring omission.

Where is Google Reader? It's not a new site, but it's got some tricks in there. ChannelFlip Web digs into Google Reader goodies for you.

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ChannelFlip Web: Google Voice

We know that Google Voice is closed off to a lot of people around the world. However, we are fully confident that Google will be opening up their service to everyone with an Internet connection soon.

Get a sneak peek on how Google Voice works on this episode of "ChannelFlip Web."

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ChannelFlip Web: RunPee.com, your movie buddy

It has happened to every person who has seen a movie. Nature calls. What do you do? Do you run out and miss part of the movie? What if it's important?

RunPee.com is here to save the day. Is the site an awful looking blah website or is it a gorgeous Web 2.0 wonder? Find out in this episode of ChannelFlip Web.

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ChannelFlip Web: gdgt.com

You've heard the buzz about GDGT, the new gadget site. What is the big deal? It's a gadget community site. Show what you have, see what your friends have while finding out more about products by actual users.

It's brand new so there are some kinks. Find out more in this episode of "ChannelFlip Web."

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ChannelFlip Web: JayCut.com

Sure, you can share video online. Did you know that you could edit video online, too? For free?

"ChannelFlip Web" takes a look at JayCut.com, a free web-based video editor. Take a bunch of clips, photos, and music to make a much better looking video to share on Facebook.

Does JayCut's web app compare to paid desktop apps? Watch to find out.

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ChannelFlip Web: Gizapage

You're a man of today -- you belong to 20 social networking sites. What's the best way to organize them? How do you alert people about all your online hang outs?

Check out Gizapage.com, the social network organizer. This is not some FriendFeed knock off. It's something entirely different. How does this beta site perform? Find out in "ChannelFlip Web."

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ChannelFlip Web: Toolmonger

Are you a real man? If so, you like tools. How do you keep updated on the latest and greatest upgrades in the world of tools?

Enter Toolmonger.com. They claim to be the world's first tool blog. "ChannelFlip Web" checks out the site to see if it's worth your time.

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Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels 025

Welcome to the 25th episode of "Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels." We're covering just one story today. An Oregon State University study doubts the bird-dinosaur link. Does the study make any sense? We ask Jack Horner, Peter Dodson, and Emma Schachner their opinions. Is the bird-dinosaur link dead?

Also available is an expanded edition of the program with complete interviews of Jack Horner and Peter Dodson.

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Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels 025 (Expanded Edition)

Welcome to the 25th episode of "Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels." We're covering just one story today. An Oregon State University study doubts the bird-dinosaur link. Does the study make any sense? We ask Jack Horner, Peter Dodson, and Emma Schachner their opinions. Is the bird-dinosaur link dead?

Also available is an regular edition of the program with abridged interviews of Jack Horner and Peter Dodson.

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ChannelFlip Web: Instructables.com

We’ve just been told that you can use the Internet to find things other than porn. Today, we’re looking at Instructables.com. If you’re looking to build or hack something, this is one interesting site.

They seem to have instructions on everything, but is the information any good? Find out in this episode of “ChannelFlip Web.”

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Factory Tour 004: Tour the New Studio

A new Finite Comedy studio is up and running and we'd thought we'd give you a tour. Find out how to build sets, tips on building your own studio, and money saving ideas here.

ChannelFlip Web: Videomaker.com

Everything has video recording including the iPhone 3GS. How do you make people actually want to watch what you recorded?

Check out Videomaker.com. This site from the magazine makers has a wealth of information. Will it make you an excellent podcaster or editor? Find out in this episode of "ChannelFlip Web."

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ChannelFlip Web: Gutterfighting.org

The world's a dangerous place. You never know who you'll offend next. When the time comes to fight, what will you do? Do you know how to fight?

Check out Gutterfighting.org. Learn close combat techniques that go back to the last World War.

Is the site useful? Check out this episode of "ChannelFlip Web" to find out.

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Killing Time: Star Trek, Wolverine, and Watchmen

It's that time again, "Killing Time" has returned. We've got a lot to cover since we've been away for so long.

  • Star Trek
  • Wolverine
  • Watchmen
  • Hulu and online video
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ChannelFlip Web: Jinni.com

With so many movies on demand it's hard to pick what you want to watch. Check out Jinni.com. It lets you find a movie depending on your mood.

You can find all kinds of different flicks with a quick search. Plus, you can narrow your search to get more suggestions. How accurate is it? Is it easy to use?

Watch this episode of "ChannelFlip Web" to find out.

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ChannelFlip Web: Pokerstars.net

Check out PokerStars.net, a site that lets you play online poker for free using play money. Don’t know how to play? Well, the site also has plenty of poker tutorials so you can learn to play. Since you’re using play money, you can also learn by playing without worrying about losing your house.

The big question is, is it any good? Find out in this episode of “ChannelFlip Web.”

ChannelFlip Web: DailyLit.com

Reading books can be a daunting task. What if you could just read a little at a time via RSS or email? That's where DailyLit.com comes in. The site will send you installments of classics and more recent books so you can read in small installments.

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ChannelFlip Web: Meetup.com

How about less face to screen time and more face to face time? Sure you've got lots of friends on Facebook and Twitter, but how about leaving the house and meeting people? Definitely check out this episode of ChannelFlip Web where we show you Meetup.com.

If you've got an interest, they've probably got a group for you. Go out there and talk to people!

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ChannelFlip Web: Instapaper.com

You’ve probably waited in a long queue staring at the back of some guy’s head. Maybe you took a look at your shoes. Either way, you were wasting time.

What you could have been doing is checking out Instapaper.com. This site lets you easily tag web pages to read later. They’ll even format sites for your phone so you can get some reading done.

Plus, you don’t have to remember all those different site URLs, just Instapaper.com.

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ChannelFlip Web: Run.com

Why not get in shape, you lazy person, you? Maybe you should run. There’s no need for a big treadmill.

How about finding a good running route instead? Check out Run.com and find the best places around the world to run.

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ChannelFlip Web: GetMooh.com

A while ago we covered PhoneMyPhone.com, but we forgot to think internationally. Then we discovered GetMooh.com.

See what happens when the ChannelFlip Web guys try to check out GetMooh. It’s probably not what you expect.

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ChannelFlip Web: Twalala.com

Twitter is great, but what if you have a friend that tweets once every 2 seconds? Then you’ll never know what your other friends are doing.

This is twalala.com. Think of it as twitter with a mute button. Does it work, is it great? Find out in this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

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CFW: Grooveshark.com

Listening to music online is easier and easier these days. However, sometimes you have to wait a long while before you hear a song you like. Check out GrooveShark.com.

What’s cool and what’s not? Get into the ChannelFlip Web guys’ brains like never before. What do they really think when they find a site like this? You’ll find out.

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CFW: Schmedley.com

Schmedley.com is an online dashboard/desktop for you to play with. You can access your favorite RSS feeds, bookmarks, and plenty more while having the same desktop style experience on every machine you visit.

It’s an interesting idea with a strange name. See what the ChannelFlip Web crew had to say about Schmedley.

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Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels 016

Welcome back to "Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels." It's been a while, but there's plenty of news.

Today's news stories:

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CFW: BeFunky.com Part 2

Last time we showed you how easy it was to make an avatar with BeFunky.com. This time, we’ll show you everything else BeFunky can do.

Making your pictures look cool can be a big task when you’re talking about using something like Photoshop or MS Paint. It takes a lot of work. What if you could create really cool effects without any work? BeFunky pretty much has that down.

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ChannelFlip Web: BeFunky.com

A lot of sites give you the option of choosing an avatar. For those of you not in the know, an avatar is just a personalized icon. But do you want to do the work of Photoshopping your picture into something unique? Probably not. Surely, you don’t want the default avatar.

BeFunky.com has got you covered — they let you build a unique avatar with very little effort at all.

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ChannelFlip Web: FriendlyFavor.com

Favors. Everyone asks for them.

FriendlyFavor.com has this idea that it is easy to lose track of your favors in your e-mail. After all, you get tons of e-mail because you are super-popular since you are so good looking (yes, we can see you).

Their idea is to create a home for favors — whether you’re offering help or asking for help. Does it make any sense? You’ll have to watch the show to find out.

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ChannelFlip Web: Livestation.com

You can actually watch live television using Livestation.com. It's a great idea.

The question is, "Does it work?" Well, sort of. Check out what we mean on ChannelFlip Web.

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ChannelFlip Web: xFruits

You’ve noticed that little orange button with the white lines calling to you. You want to use RSS in new and exciting ways.

You want to hear your RSS feeds read to you. You want to have your feeds mailed to you. But, you have no coding skills.

That’s alright. xFruits.com has you covered. Take a look at this powerful site. Does it work well? Find out in ChannelFlip Web.

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ChannelFlip Web: Dropsend.com

So you try to send a file over to your friend by e-mail. Then you find out there is a file size limit. What a waste of time. Dropsend.com gets around all of that for free.

You got a file that’s big, but under a gig? You can send it via Dropsend for free, you dig?

But the questions that is eating you up is, “Is it any good? Tell me, ChannelFlip people!” Calm down, watch the video.

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ChannelFlip Web: LivePlasma

We’re constantly trying to find more music and movies to watch. Today we’re checking out LivePlasma.com.

LivePlasma uses a very unique method of displaying related artists and movies. Is it easy to use? Is it intuitive? Find out in this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

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ChannelFlip Web: Oosah.com

Want 1 terabyte of free space online? Then you should check out Oosah.com.

What do you think this will cost you? 20 pounds? 10 pounds? Nope.

It’s free. You can upload all your music, movies, and images and access them anywhere with Oosah.

That sounds great — but how does it perform in real life? Find out in this episode of ChannelFlip Web! Don’t forget to enter our holiday giveaway!

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Welcome to the last episode of "Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels" for the year. Get caught up on all the big stories this program we covered in this giant-sized episode. We'll see you next year.

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ChannelFlip Web: Spendster

Wondering where your money is going? Maybe you need to take a step back and see what you’re wasting your money on.

Check out Spendster.org. This is the site where you share your tales of wasting money.

Is the site easy to use? Can you learn from it? Will it make you dinner? Find out in this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

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ChannelFlip Web: NutshellMail.com

These days everyone has multiple e-mail addresses and belongs to social networks. How can you keep track of every bit of communication without visiting tons of sites?

NutshellMail.com is a way for you to aggregate all of your correspondence. Is it any good? Check it out in this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

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ChannelFlip Web: Uncyclopedia

Rob’s back! Today we’re looking at Uncyclopedia.

You never know what’s true and what’s not on Wikipedia. With Uncyclopedia, it’s easy. Nothing is really true because they are the content-free encyclopedia.

Is the site any good? Is it a waste of time? Find out in this episode of “ChannelFlip Web.”

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ChannelFlip Web: GiftGen.co.uk

You need to get gifts for plenty of people, but you have no idea what to get.

That’s where GiftGen.co.uk comes in. Get to the site and after 4 simple steps GiftGen will generate gift ideas for you.

Also, we’re doing a holiday giveaway! Watch this episode of ChannelFlip Web for details.

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ChannelFlip Web: FollowCost.com

Following your friends on Twitter can be a lot of fun. Plus, you can meet and follow lots of other people.

However, there can be problems. If you follow a guy who tweets a million times an hour, you can forget about finding your other friends’ updates.

Before you add another person to follow, you might want to check out FollowCost.com. This site will let you know how often a Twitter user updates their status and how annoying it will be to follow them.

Is this site any good? Check out ChannelFlip Web.

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Killing Time: John Candy and Fall Television

Killing Time is back with a new episode. Today we're looking at comedian extraordinaire, John Candy. Then we take a look at a lot of fall television. We talk about Spaceballs: The series, Fringe, Pushing Daisies, Dirty Sexy Money, Knight Rider, 90210, Smallville, and Magic's Biggest Secrets Revealed.

Plenty of shows and we've got new chairs thanks to the good folks at SumoLounge.com.

ChannelFlip Web: Snopes.com

So many rumors float around the Internet, it’s hard to find out what’s true and what’s not. Plus, there are all those old stories that you heard from a friend of a friend.

Snopes.com is a great site to help you find out the truth about rumors. When it comes to stories about Disney, Coca-Cola, or James Bond movies, this site has you covered.

Also, since the holidays are coming up, ChannelFlip Web has some stuff to give away! Watch this episode for details on how to win some free stuff.

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Today's news fresh and for you:

Dinosaur toys for the holidays:

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ChannelFlip Web: PublicDomainTorrents.com

Want to load up that iPod or PSP with some movies for free? You can do it legally with PublicDomainTorrents.com.

This site features a whole bunch of movies that are no longer in copyright, which means you can download and watch a ton of movies. Is the site or the content any good? ChannelFlip Web is here to help.

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ChannelFlip Web: RetailMeNot and FatFingers

Are you going broke because you’ve got to buy lots of gifts for people? Wouldn’t you like to save some cash while you spend some?

Well, ChannelFlip Web to the rescue! Check out RetailMeNot.com and FatFingers.com. These two sites can save you a ton of money and they are super simple to use.

ChannelFlip Web: SomeEcards.com

There are so many “special” days that require cards. You have to send birthday cards, sorry-I-soiled-your-rug cards, and holiday cards. You could go broke getting all these things.

Why not use SomeEcards.com? It’s free and damn funny. Iyaz flies solo in this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

ChannelFlip Web: ComicVine 2.0

Why work when you can procrastinate? The Internet has made wasting your time a lot easier. Go online and find out important things like “Who would win in a fight, Superman or the Hulk?”

ComicVine.com may have the answer for you. ComicVine is the world’s largest comic book encyclopedia and has plenty of info on everything to do with comic books.

There are some flaws, but overall it is a great site. If you’re into comic books or just want to lose a day or two reading about superheroes, this may be your place.

ChannelFlip Web: What sites have changed?

In this episode, Rob and Iyaz take a look at some of the sites they’ve covered before. What sites have changed? What sites haven’t?

Plus, some new tricks for Orb.com and some new gripes for Dropbox.

Enjoy this special update episode of ChannelFlip Web!

ChannelFlip Web: OMG Horror

It’s still Halloween Week here at ChannelFlip Web! We’re showing you the place to find horror movie news, reviews, features and more.

We’re talking about OMGHorror.com.

What’s great about it? What’s not so hot? The ChannelFlip Web team has answers for you.

ChannelFlip Web: MonkeySee.com

It’s Halloween Week here at ChannelFlip Web! Today, we realize that you may need help coming up with a Halloween costume.

Never fear, ChannelFlip Web is here to help! Watch and study the intricate and well-thought-out costumes of Rob and Iyaz. Then, sit back and take a look at MonkeySee.com to find out how to make your own costumes.

Also, this site isn’t just about Halloween. You can even use it in the future to learn other things like how to change a tire or learn to paint!

ChannelFlip Web: The Cutting Room Floor

Internet and television are converging with Livestation.com. We were going to cover it in this episode until we had some technical issues.

So, what do we have for you instead? Outtakes, and plenty of them.

All of these outtakes are 100% real and unrehearsed. Enjoy this episode with Rob and Iyaz unfiltered.

ChannelFlip Web: Fivehead

So many podcasts, so little time. It would be great if someone could put together pre-programmed podcasts so you could just watch shows one after the other like television.

The guys at Blip.tv tried it with Fivehead.

How’d they do? Watch as an unprecedented thing happens on ChannelFlip Web!

ChannelFlip Web: PlaneteBook.com

Welcome to Part 2 of ChannelFlip Web’s Book Week. What? You didn’t know we had a theme week going? Well, now you do.

Maybe you don’t want to listen to books. You actually want to be more active and read them. However, you’re a guy who likes to keep a library on his phone or laptop. We’ve got something for you.

PlaneteBook.com has got a bunch of classics so you can get your brain going. Why not download a few books so you can read while you’re sat on the tube or queuing for the bar?

What’s great about the site? What’s not so great? You’ve got a lot of questions, so we made a video for you with answers.

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Plenty of news this week! Remember that new episodes are available right here every Wednesday!

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ChannelFlip Web: LibriVox.org

Does your iPod do everything it could for you? Yeah, it plays music, but, maybe it could make you smarter!

Pick up some free audio books at LibriVox.org. Get to hear the classics and get some serious learning done without having to use your eyes.

If you’re a person with tired eyes or you commute or travel, you should definitely check out LibriVox.org. What else is cool about this site? Find out in this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

ChannelFlip Web: Evernote

Maybe you had a brilliant idea and you wrote it on a napkin. Maybe your brain hurts because it has too much information. Maybe you’re tired of forgetting things.

Friends, step up to Evernote.com. Evernote is a web application/software application that allows you to remember everything. Why not take a photo of that idea and let Evernote organize it for you?

Get ideas on how you can use Evernote in your everyday life in this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

ChannelFlip Web: ChasingTheFrog.com

You like watching movies based on true stories? Ever wonder how true to life these moving pictures are?

Well, there’s ChasingTheFrog.com. This site chases after the truth behind movies. When you were watching “21? or “Zodiac” or “300,” did any of the actors look like the real people?

Check out what Rob and Iyaz find out while looking at ChasingTheFrog.com on this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

ChannelFlip Web: Adobe Buzzword

Are you getting sick of using Microsoft Word or Google Docs? Adobe has put together its own online word processor application called Buzzword available at acrobat.com.

How does this web app fare when Rob and Iyaz take a look at it? Does Adobe, makers of complex applications like Photoshop, know how to build a word processor? Find out in this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

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Plenty of stuff in this returning episode of "Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels!"

Quick show note: This show will be moving to Wednesdays due to scheduling conflicts. We hope you come back next Wednesday and enjoy the show.

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ChannelFlip Web: InviteShare

Private beta. The two words makes you immediately interested in testing out a new site. But what if you don’t have an invite?

No problem. InviteShare.com to the rescue.

InviteShare is a site where you can get and send invites to whomever. Increase your good karma by inviting strangers to services and you’ll be rewarded.

Is InviteShare geek beta utopia? There are some quirks that Rob and Iyaz discover in this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

ChannelFlip Web: Dropbox

If you use multiple computers or do collaborative work, Dropbox may be for you.

Dropbox, available at GetDrobox.com, is a free software/web interface solution for syncing your files and storing them online.

How usable is Dropbox? What kind of limitations does it have? Does it run on Linux?

Find out the answers to all of these questions and more on this episode of ChannelFlip Web!

ChannelFlip Web: Orb

Rob and Iyaz take a look at Orb.com. Orb.com is a software and website combo that lets you play your media remotely.

Watch your movies, listen to your music and browse your pictures all remotely and for free with Orb.com.

How well did the site hold up when we tested it? What did the software do to Rob’s computer? Find out in this episode of ChannelFlip Web.

ChannelFlip Tech: Rifflet

Making music can be difficult. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a site where you could put your incomplete ideas or maybe remix someone else’s music clips?

Sounds like you need to check out Rifflet.com, the home of unfinished music. If you are a DJ or just trying to get some ideas to make some music, this is the site you need check out.

How useful is it? How is the content? Find out more about Rifflet.com in this episode of ChannelFlip Tech.

Killing Time: Trilogy Complete!

This is the final part of our interview with Scott Glosserman, Ben Pace, Britain Spellings and Hart Turner. The trilogy is now complete! Thank you for the great interview guys.

Win a copy of "Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon!" Enter the first "Killing Time Giveaway" by e-mailing us at FiniteComedy@gmail.com!

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Welcome to Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels Episode 004.

The top predator in South America is found, but what does it tell us? In "Fixing Olds" (the opposite of Breaking News) we take a look at the T. Rex controversy: scavenger or hunter?

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Killing Time: Dodd's Revenge!

Our interview with Scott Glosserman, Ben Pace, Britain Spellings and Hart Turner could not be contained by only one episode!

In this episode, see where Leslie Vernon will go. Will there be a Leslie Vernon sequel, a game, a comic book?

Find out their plans right here!

Win a copy of "Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon!" Enter the first "Killing Time Giveaway" by e-mailing us at FiniteComedy@gmail.com!

ChannelFlip Tech: WorldsGreatestHamburgers.com

You’ve got to eat. Perhaps you would like a hamburger. Why not use technology to help you get the best burger out there?

Maybe you could make the world’s greatest hamburger! Rob and Iyaz check out WorldsGreatestHamburgers.com and see if they really know their stuff.

How do you test such a thing? Find out in this episode

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Here's a short episode for this week. A new species of dinosaur may have been found in Spain. Also, does the "Back to the Future" time travel method work? We find out in this episode.

ChannelFlip Tech: Mixin.com

You’ve got friends on Facebook, MySpace and other networks. Why not make plans with them in real life?

Mixin.com is a social calendar that lets you share your agenda with your friends. Go ahead and see what your friends are doing this week and actually meet up with them.

Rob and Iyaz take a look at this simple-looking site with tons of features.

Killing Time: Scott Glosserman & Co. Interview

One of our favorite movies is "Behind The Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon," the mockumentary/horror movie released in 2006. It is a great movie and we were lucky enough to have its director, Scott Glosserman, sit down with us for an interview.

If you haven't seen the movie, then you should Netflix it immediately (it's available as both a DVD and Watch Instantly). You can get the soundtrack at iTunes or Amazon.com, too.

Scott brought along 3 cast members from the movie: Ben Pace, Britain Spellings and Hart Turner and we found out a lot about the movie. Plus, find out what Robert Englund (actor who played Doc Halloran in Behind the Mask and Freddy Kruger in the Nightmare series) is really like!

We had a great time during the interview and hope you enjoy our interview with Scott Glosserman & Co.

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Dinosaurs: BTWF with Jack Horner

Welcome to the 2nd episode of "Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels!" We've got news and we've got renowned paleontologist Jack Horner for an interview!

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We wanted to watch a weekly dinosaur news show, but there were none. So, we decided to make one. This is "Dinosaurs: Before They Were Fuels," the show that covers dinosaur news and olds.

This episode covers a mummified dinosaur, a link between the T. rex and chickens, Walking With Dinosaurs: The Live Experience and time travel.

ChannelFlip Tech: ChinesePod.com

If you haven't been paying attention, there's been an Olympics going on in China. Maybe you've overheard some coaches yelling at athletes. Maybe you've heard some of those announcements over the P.A. system. The problem is you can't understand a word they are saying because they speak Chinese and you don't.

Welcome to ChinesePod.com. This is the place to learn Chinese. A billion people speak Chinese, now you can, too.

Plus, ChinesePod has been nice enough to give you ChannelFlip viewers a cool deal for free. Go to the comments section for details.

Killing Time: How I Met Your Mother

A DVD Special. We're looking at the "How I Met Your Mother" Season One DVD Set. The television show is good, the special features are good, but what's with the 4:3 aspect ratio? What is this? 1953? They didn't have DVD's then, but get with the program, CBS.

ChannelFlip Tech: Phone My Phone

Ever ask someone to call your phone so you could find it?

What if that other guy doesn’t have his phone either?

PhoneMyPhone.com to the rescue!

This site calls you when you need it. Rob and Iyaz give you some ideas on how you can use this great little site to your advantage. Phone My Phone’s uses are limited only by your imagination.

Killing Time: Watchmen

Who watches the watchmen? Well, we watched the "Watchmen" trailer and try to figure out how the movie will be. Also, a quick recap of what made "Watchmen" a monumental comic book series.

Killing Time: Batman 3

"Dark Knight Week" spills over. There was so much to talk about, there's a whole episode where Rob and Iyaz discuss the inevitable Batman 3. Who will be the villain? Will there be a villain?

ChannelFlip Tech: FanEdit.org

Ever watch a movie and wish it were better? Some people out there thought the same thing and then did something about it. FanEdit.org is the place to find movies edited by fans. Find out more in this episode of ChannelFlip Tech.

Killing Time: Rock Band

Rock Band has dropped for the Wii and we wanted to take a look. How does it compare to Guitar Hero? What happens if you forget to bring the kick pedal for the drums? Find out in this low key edition of "Killing Time."

ChannelFlip Tech: TheManRegistry

Iyaz and Rob take a look at The Man Registry.

Those of you have who ever been married will know that wedding presents are great in theory, but terrible in practice. Yes, it’s lovely to have a set of saucepans. Yes, some new towels are grand. But what about the Xbox 360? The in-car GPS? The new Hi-fi? Why is it that all wedding presents seem to be bought for… well, girls?

The Man Registry aims to fix the problem. Can it deliver? Watch the video for the verdict.

ChannelFlip Tech: Chickipedia

So you're hanging out with your friends and you get into a discussion about women. You are bound to argue over certain women's attributes in your discussion. Where do you go to find your answers? Wikipedia? Nah. That place is old news, people. Go to Chickipedia.com for answers!

Killing Time: Bat Gadgets

The third installment of "Dark Knight Week" is here. This time, the guys take a look at the Bat Gadgets in "The Dark Knight" like the batsuit, the batpod and more.

Killing Time: The Joker

More "Dark Knight" for you. Rob and Iyaz try to figure out who will have to try to fill the role of the Joker. Heath Ledger's amazing performance is a hard act to follow.

Killing Time: Dark Knight Review

We're kicking off "Dark Knight Week" here on FiniteComedy.com. Iyaz and Rob start it with a review of the unbelievable "Dark Knight." Is this the greatest movie ever made? Arguably.

Factory Tour 003: Aiptek Camera Mod

Iyaz shows you the mod he did to a cheap HD Aiptek camera. Find out about the camera, the mic, and more. The video may look off because it's a bootleg. Due to compression problems, this is actually a video of a video. It's a bootleg cam special.

ChannelFlip Tech: WhatShouldIReadNext

Want to read something new but don't know what to choose? Check out WhatShouldIReadNext.com. This great little site suggests books to you in a very simple, almost Google-like interface.

ChannelFlip Tech: Just Anger

Ever get so frustrated that you want to yell? But then you realize yelling isn't the way to go -- publish your anger online. Where should you go to do this? Twitter? Facebook? No friggin' way. It's got to be JustAnger.com

Killing Time: Power Hour

Catwoman vs. Elektra. Which was the better movie? Which was worst? What happens when two guys watch the movies at the same time while conducting a "Power Hour?" Find out in this episode of "Killing Time."

Factory Tour 002: Building Something

Take a look at the studio and workshop. It's where all the magic happens. Then Bob the Builder constructs something big using his woodworking skills.

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ChannelFlip Tech: Bureau of Communication

Ever have trouble trying to put together words? Want to get your thoughts out on the web? Then have we got the site for you! Check out BureauOfCommunication.com on this episode of ChannelFlip Tech.

Killing Time Special: Unaired Pilot

A long time ago, Rob and Iyaz pitched ChannelFlip.com a show. They wanted us to try a shorter-form show. We said sure. Here's our first attempt at doing a show about websites. We reworked the idea and now you can see the results every Friday on ChannelFlip Tech where we discuss how to use online to live offline.

ChannelFlip Tech: Goombah

Ever get tired of listening to the same music over and over again? Goombah, a music recommendation engine, is here to save the day. See how fun it is to install this application and how useful the app really is in this episode of ChannelFlip Tech.

Complicate Life: Next Time

"Complicate Life" is coming back. Why? Because no one demanded it. That's why!

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ChannelFlip Tech: The Art of Manliness

How manly are you? You can always be more manly. Rob and Iyaz show you The Art of Manliness.

ChannelFlip Tech: UrbanDictionary.com

We're back! Welcome to ChannelFlip Tech. Iyaz and Rob are your hosts on Fridays. Today we look at UrbanDictionary.com in an attempt to make I.A. more with it.

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Killing Time: The Lost 50th Episode

The long awaited and lost 50th episode of "Killing Time" has been found on an SD Card after being transferred from the original tape. They cover the monster movie of the year, "Cloverfield."

Factory Tour 001: The Guys

Get to know the Finite Comedy guys. Watch as they head to Foxwoods Casino then interview each other. Unscripted for your pleasure. It's kind of like a little documentary. A minimentary. Since we're using Viddler you can add comments right to the video. Try it out.

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Finite Comedy Presents: Mario Kart


How do you play Mario Kart? Bet you don't play like this! Mario Kart for the Wii taken to the next level. Welcome to the first episode of Finite Comedy Presents!

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Killing Time: Webtender.com

At the end of the party there are always odds and ends in your liquor bottles. What can you do with them? Webtender.com to the rescue!

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ChannelFlip Tech: Webtender

Got a few drinks left over at the end of a party? Don't know what to make for that last drink? Webtender to the rescue!

ChannelFlip Tech: Rasterbator

The first episode with I.A. and J.B. on ChannelFlip. Check out the Rasterbator and Megan Fox all in one episode.

The NEW Killing Time: Rasterbator

Hello, everybody. Welcome to The NEW Killing Time. The show has moved over to ChannelFlip.com and now focuses on reviewing websites with a twist. We show you how to use online to live offline. Watch the internet spill over onto your living room floors!

In today's episode, I.A. and J.B. show you an oldie-but-a-goodie in The Rasterbator. We make a giant picture of Megan Fox of "Transformers" fame.

The show will now be first run on ChannelFlip and will be back on FiniteComedy soon. Of course, we'll have extras and extended versions of the show for you once "Killing Time" returns.

For those of you missing the old "Killing Time," come back and we'll have a similar show coming out soon called "Plan B."

Oh, and leave positive comments on the ChannelFlip.com site!

What to do with your HD-DVD player now?

So you picked the loser? Don't fret. We'll show you what to do with that HD-DVD player so you don't feel like a loser.

When e-mailed by FiniteComedy.com, Amber MacArthur said "Very nice! :)". A glowing (well, not really glowing, but decent) review by Amber Mac of Command N fame!

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A Message from FiniteComedy.com

A live show in Quebec? You decide! Watch this video in HD on Vimeo.

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Killing Time: 30 Rock


Watch this video in HD at Vimeo.

With the Writers Strike now over, it looks like we'll be getting some new material on our television sets. J.B. and I.A. review NBC's "30 Rock" at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City.

Congrats to J.B. on his engagement to Katrina Bowden -- now all he has to do is tell her.

Watch Alec Baldwin. He's damn funny on "30 Rock."

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Killing Time: Paley Center for Media

I.A. and J.B. visit the Paley Center for Media in New York City. The Paley Center was formerly known as "The Museum of Television and Radio." The Paley Center is a very interesting experience without many exhibitions but with plenty of screening rooms and a library of over 140,000 radio and television shows.

Congrats to J.B. on his engagement to his new mystery woman.

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Killing Time Rant: Musicals

The Killing Time boys rant about musicals in this episode. Watch this video in HD on Vimeo.com.

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Complicate Life: Ringtone

How to make your dull life more fun simply by using your cell phone.
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Complicate Life: Vagueness

In the season finale of Complicate Life, we show you how to make every conversation a bit more interesting. Vagueness is your friend.

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Complicate Life: Comforting People

Finding the words to comfort people can be difficult. Learn what you can say to make everyone feel better.

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Complicate Life: Honesty

Honesty is a building block in any healthy relationship. Too much can Complicate Life.

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Complicate Life: Pet Names

Your life is entirely too simple. Perhaps you need a pet. Of course, your pet needs a name. Let us help you Complicate Life by suggesting names for your pet.

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Complicate Life: Tipping

Service people are very important in this day and age. Surely, you should tip them. What if you wanted recognition for your generosity? We have a method that will help you out and Complicate Life.

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Complicate Life: First Impressions

First impressions are incredibly important. Thankfully, we have tips on how you can Complicate Life when you are introduced to certain people.

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Complicate Life: Modify Your Sentences [Explicit]

Today, we show you how you can capture people's attention simply by modifying your sentences when you speak. Also included in this episode -- an advanced complication.

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Complicate Life: Up Here

Today, we'll show you how to do less work in your everyday life. You may have less work, but that's how you Complicate Life.

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Killing Time 037: Top April Movies

49 movies in April. We went through a ton of trailers to find you the best. I.A. and J.B. give you their top 5 movies of April.

Duration: 14:33

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Killing Time Special: The Straw

The Killing Time Crew tries something different in this episode.  No entertainment reviews, but there's stupid entertainment.  Take a look at this send up on infomercials. The audio has been remixed in this version.

BTW, watching the flash player version earns us money, feel free to watch it over and over (completely). Thanks

Direct Download: The Straw

Killing Time - The Straw 35 Second Spot

So you couldn't watch the whole 10 minute Straw show, here's a really really short version of it!

Watch it here and we get paid!

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Killing Time 029: Top 5 March 2007 Movies

The Killing Time Crew takes a look at the top 5 movies of March. There are 57 movies coming out this month and we've looked through a lot of trailers to find the good ones. Also, some insight on movies to avoid.

Duration: 12 minutes 47 seconds
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