This week on C9: Oxite, Mona Lisa, Pool hacks, and Coding4Fun Gifts

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This Week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss:

- Oxite: The open source ASP.NET MVC Content Management System (Adam Kinney's interview with the team
- Roger Alsing uses Genetic Program to shape 50 polygons into the Mona Lisa
- Justin Needham and Matthew Straub use Windows CE to build a system that can predict the path of pool balls using a Webcam, projector, and mirrors
- Brian explains why you should use Live Search Cashback for holiday shopping
- Dan and Brian go through their favorite picks from the Coding4Fun Holiday Gift Guide

Top Picks
Pico LCD 4x20 Programmable Display (Code it) ($49)
SideWinder Keyboard for Gamers ($61)
SideWinder Mouse for Gamers ($45)
USB MSN Missile Launcher ($50)
USB Endoscope (Code it) ($59)
XNA Creator's Club (Code it)($99/year)
- Nabaztag, aka Brian the Build Bunny (Code it) ($99 - $199)
- Zune (Code it) ($99 - $249)
Energy Detective Monitor ($189)
Rock Band 2 (Code it) ($189.99)
WowWee Rovio (Code it)($239.99)
Erector Spykee (Code it "soon") ($247)
.NET Micro Framework (Code it) ($400)
HP EX470 MediaSmart Home Server (Code it) (449.99)
- Brian's pick of the week: Dual monitors + Synergy software as a poor man's KVM
- Dan's pick of the week: Install Live Mesh at home, on all of your PCs, and on your family's PC

Tis the season for giving so we're giving away a copy of Dan's book: Coding4Fun: 10 .NET Programming Projects for Wiimote, World of Warcraft, YouTube, and More to the first person to correctly answer our This Week on Channel 9 trivia question asked at the end of the show.

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