I will be joining Alastair Cooke once again for another Build Day Live, as we install SimpliVity 380 into his network. This is a live series where we come to the company and walk through an install of hardware into our infrastructure. Our goal: Deploy a 3+2 with Federation 2 cluster. Install VM instances, talk backup, do a DVP deep dive, and much more (as time allows). It is awesome that Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has invited us back to build a SimpliVity box. We’ve been here since last week working on strategy, and going through a dry run to make sure we have everything in place for the stream. We have Brian Knudtson, Marcel Guerin, Richard Greenwalt,and many more joining in on the conversation, and support knowledge to make this all go smooth. Of course, Becca Taylor is helping us with much of the support needs, and...
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Every Monday we do a LIVE SHOW right from the command center of Geekazine. It happens @ 7PM EST on Monday nights, and can also be seen at http://ustream.tv/channel/geekazine
Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSponsor: Get a 30 day trial of GotoAssist Express WATCH TO WIN!! You have until Jan 17th to watch this episode and find out how to win a Roku and a PogoPlug The second day of the Live show was another success. Once again our friends at NBC Universal let us borrow the stage to show people the cool items we found while on the floor of CES. Todd Cochrane, Andy McCaskey and myself interviewed several people including: Jeff from PogoPlug Derek from Pleo JR from YouRockGuitar Bob Crane from C.Crane and the GeoBulb John from Aluratek The As seen on TV Hat
Once again, the TechPodcasts Crew will be borrowing the stage of our friends at NBC Universal for this live broadcast at CES 2010. We will be starting at 12 PM PST (3 PM EST). We have a great lineup of items including… …Well, you’ll have to tune in to find out. Sponsor: The show is brought to you by GotoAssist.com – 30 Day free trial Free Webcam Chat at Ustream
The TechPodcasts Crew will be borrowing the stage of our friends at NBC Universal for this live broadcast at CES 2010. We will be starting at 4 PM PST (7 PM EST). We have a great lineup of items including MapLock, Connectify, Blue Mic, MakerBot, Pogo Plug and Yurbuds. Sponsor: The show is brought to you by GotoAssist.com – 30 Day free trial Free Webcam Chat at Ustream
The following is my segment for the 24 hour podcast. Todd and I talk about CES, the Day in Tech History, the Podcast Awards and the weather. After our discussion Todd talked to Peter Cox and the Litopia podcast.
The 3rd Annual 24hr Podcast will kickoff at 11am EST, and like years in the past we have an exciting line up of guests. This years charity is Ronald McDonald House Charities and we ask that you Donate a Few Dollars. Featuring Special Guests, Open Lines, and Special Events! At 4pm Eastern the 4th Annual Christmas Tech Podcast Round Table will be presented. At 8pm Eastern the 5th Annual People’s Choice Podcast Awards Ceremony streamed live in conjunction with 24hr Podcast. Throughout the entire event we will have some cool social experiments and stimulating talk. To Participate Watch the Live Stream and chat online during the show right here at Geek News Central. If you want to contribute to the conversation, you can connect to our Talkshoe Live Discussion or call into the show via Skype at +1.724.444.7444 Call ID: 10832 If you are a scheduled guest please...
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Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSBrought to you by GotoAssist Express – Get a 30 day free trial July 4th, 2008 – The company that used to be called “Ask Jeeves”, but is now Ask.com officially announced they acquired the Lexico Publishing Group. The LPG is a company that built a series of reference websites. Most notably Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com. The transaction was an all cash one, and undisclosed. Other items in Tech history this week: Hotmail is launched, AOL buys Mapquest, the eBay Baby, in 2001 the P4 1.6 was released at $294 and a lot more in the Geekazine Quickcast
I use Twitter a lot. I wanted to stay informed, especially from friends. I decided to port all direct messages to my cell phone. That way I didn’t have to install a Twitter client. At first that was great – I could respond to people I need to talk to. That has all changed with the Twitterbot. Now, if I “Follow” the wrong person, I get a direct message: Thanks for following me. I hope to talk to you, but in the meantime: here is a free gift hllp://i.am.spamming/you. I am not impressed – In fact, I am downright annoyed. You want to get unfollowed by me? Then all you have to do is send me a bot like that. I’ll unfollow you in a heartbeat. I don’t mind @replies. But the direct replies are the ones that go to the cell phone too. I am glad someone...
*NOTE* There are some that think Swine Flu comes from contact with pigs. The virus – H1N1 – has nothing to do with animals. It is a form of influenza that is circulating. Other variants in the past: Russian Flu (H2N2) Spanish Flu and bird Flu (H5N1). It’s a fact – you have more germs on your computer keyboard and mouse than on your household toilet. We’re talking thousands of germs as oppose to only a few from a toilet. So when it comes to Swine Flu, do we have to worry about cleaning these items? It is spring cleaning for me anyway – I reorganize and take care of items that I don’t normally touch on a weekly basis. Of course, with planning on moving, that also adds to the fun. I keep my keyboard pretty clean. A can of air to blast out any dust, food...
I didn’t realize how tired I was….. This weeks’ show had Brian Slawin on from Busyevent.com. The beginning brought some technical difficulties. When we got going, we talked about CES, MacWorld, Palm, Nationwide Cell ban and a lot more. Since Brian was in a remote location (as well as my jet lag), we kept the show short.
This week, we have on the Panel Brandon Mendelson and David Schenberg. We had a great “Before CES” show. Of course, the first hour we talked about the big shows of MacWorld and CES. We went on to discuss the Twitter phishing issues. Hour 2, brought in a lot of talk about Netbooks, Bai du and the Chinese target at Internet Porn, FCC easing up on Filtering rules and a whole lot more. Brandon and David kept up some great conversation as I was starting to loose it. But I got my composure back and continued on. Here is the Video: Hour 1 Hour 2
Wow. What a great LIVE Show to end out the year. We had 2 great guests that are both in the Podcast range, therefore we talked a lot about Podcasting. Rob Greenlee is the Podcast Content Director at Zune, and Gary Leland runs the website PodcastPickle.com. We talked a lot about Podcasting, how Zune is running podcasts, associations of Podcasts to iTunes, if MP3 players are stepping aside for Smartphones, if a Zune Phone will be out and a lot more. We also talked about Twitter, Microsoft Home Server, Vista, Quad-core Laptops and a lot more. Hour 1 Hour 2
This week’s LIVE Show, we invite Peter Radizeski – http://www.rad-info.net/ and Jaki Levy- http://www.arrowrootmedia.com/. We talked about cell phones, the data on them, elections, Yahoo email, the Palm Nova and a whole lot more. About 10 minutes into the show, the ustream connection reset. Therefore the 1st video is introductions, while the 2nd video is the show.
The LIVE Show was only an hour last night. It seems my cough understands when it’s time to work as I didn’t do it as much as I expected. I did have my hand on the mute button for those times I couldn’t help it. Even though the show was only an hour, we had a pretty good one. PCNovice and Husker_Fan were in the chatroom. I started out the show with a small rant on uStream. We then talked about phones, testing out tech equipment before giving it as gifts, the MicroYugo drama and a lot more.
We did something a little different this week as I invited a Panel of guests to talk about technology. We brought on Brian Westbrook (No, not the Football player) and Ric Morgan. We talked about Black Friday / Cyber Monday and the economy, CPG, Google Chrome, Windows XP rebirth, Sprint Networks, Slingbox, Passwords and so much more!
We had a special episode of the LIVE Show tonight as we talked about Black Friday and a bunch more stuff. Was only an hour tonight, but we still had some good conversation.
This week on the LIVE Show, we talk about the new Blackberry Storm. It came out this last weekend in the US and it brings up the discussion of Smartphones all over again. We talk about contracts, other phones and availability. We do touch a bit on Justin.tv, but I point everyone to the article I did earlier in the week. We also talked a little about Windows 7, CES and a lot more. Hour 1
Tonights show was another great one! We had a lot of friends show up and a bunch of new ones! Brokenshovel was getting a new motherboard, so we talked about the i7 that just came out. We also talked about Apple’s cores and AMD’s struggles. Someone came on the show concerned they were hacked. We talked about what an IP address does and what the person should do to be more secure. Finally, in hour #2 we found out that Jerry Yang, CEO of Yahoo! has decided to step down. We talked about who the successor should be. Larry Ellison from Oracle was suggested. I think the best person for the role is Martin Sargent. He has a lot of contacts and can make Yugo a young company again. All this and a lot more on the LIVE Show. Hour 1
Another show in the books. Thanks to all that participated. We talked about many different items including the iPhone, Circuit City and a lot more. The main topic was what should happen to Yugo (Yahoo). Hour 1 Hour 2
In the first hour I join onto another uStream cast of GSPN.tv and we talk about Apple. The main subject was iPhone. We talked about applications and how you can use the phone. Hour 2 was back at the desk talking tech. We discussed the Circuit City closings, Video displays and so much more. Hour 1
To unveil the new look, we dressed up the studio with all the best Halloween gear and had a good ole fashioned party. We were going to bob for Apples, but I didn’t have any apples. Oh well. We did talk about Stocks, Apple, CodeWeavers free software tomorrow and a lot more. Hour 1
The coolest thing about the LIVE SHOW is you never know who is going to show up. This week started slow, but that all changed when Jeri Ellsworth showed up. Jeri created the Commodore 64 joystick – 30 C64 games on one joystick controller. We talked about Pinball machines and Video Arcade systems. Jeri was also building a new studio, so we talked about ways to make the room less noisey. Jeri even talked about creating a new video capture system. We also had Art from twoguystech.com, as well as Brokenshovel and husker_fan. All in all another great show. Hour 1
This week we tried something new – we had people call into the show via Skype. We then discussed a variety of topics like Yugo, Apple, oto, Android, Google, Comcast and a lot more. We also played a song created by some local artists – Legend on the Internet – in hour 2. We had a lot of great interaction and a lot of information passed through. Hour 1 Hour 2
This weeks LIVE Show we look for ways that Technology can help our Economic woes. It’s more of a Brainstorm session. Sometimes you need to just get a good idea that can fuel everyones passions. While we didn’t come up with the next miracle item, we hopefully put an understanding into what can be done to help ourselves. Time to not rely on someone else and take control. Hopefully.