It’s Wednesday you know what that mean it’s “best of WIN” time! I’m really liking how this feature is developing we are limiting it to a dozen of the 80 blogs each week and we are really trying to point out high-quality stuff. Self-promotional? Sure but it’s good, and it’s only once a week.
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 first week of July after the jump. Enjoy!
tells you why PSP + VNC = fun. Marc Perton asks what you want to see on Download Squad; there’s still time to respond to this poll. Jordan Running suggests MediaPortal as a free alternative to Tivo, MCE or MythTV for Windows users.
Engadget‘s Peter Rojas anticipates the upcoming debut of the Disney Mobile cellphone service. Barb Dybwad digs some Japanese-flavored iPod accessories. Marc Perton finds a gadget for watching flicks in your rear view mirror while you drive (!), and gives credit to Siemens for its limited edition wooden cellphone.
Autoblog‘s Eric Bryant is spooked by a British GPS device that automatically puts the brakes on speeding vehicles. Randall Halcomb weeps over plans for a cheesy sequel to Fast and Furious, and reports on an epic employee discount battle between domestic auto manufacturers. John Neff tells you how to put John Cleese’s voice in your navigation system.
Joystiq‘s James Ransom-Wiley speculates on a revival of Virtua Cop, reports on Team Ninja front man Itagaki’s take on Xbox 360 limitations, and reveals that Capcom may be working on a remake of Resident Evil DS. Joystiq has put out a call for a new writer to join the Joystiq team.
Gadling‘s Erik Olsen goes gaga over Latitudes magazine, agrees with Mediabistro’s look at America from afar, and checks out the latest Worldwide Panoramic event. Adrienne Wilson wonders at sex huts for World Cup fans.
Hackaday‘s Vince Veneziani’s Monday sipping is a real goody, and his hackaday lazy afternoons reveals that Hackaday is written up in the latest Macworld magazine. Eliot Phillips finds a guide for using an old Mac SE/30 as a web server and a popular article on building a backpack-based wireless access point.
Luxist‘s Rick Reed appreciates the Presidential Full Entertainment Home Bar. Peter Thompson recommends traveling the French Riveria by helicopter. Adam Newman checks out a robotic lawn mower. Deirdre Woollard showcases Round Hill estate in Greenwich, Conn., listed at a cool $16.9 million.
explains how to copy all your music from your old iPod to your new iPod. Laurie Duncan turns you on to high-end home theater with iPod integration. Dave Caolo increases your odds of winning the iTunes Music Store contest. Scott McNulty takes suggestions for a TUAW meetup in Boston during Macworld.