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Podcast Ep 87 – 5-20-09 – Packing Up 0

Podcast Ep 87 – 5-20-09 – Packing Up

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSTwo more weeks before I am in a new diggs. At least my Dell memory finally arrived.  I need some new headphones. Take the Geekazine Podcast Survey Try GoToAssist free for 30 days – No CC needed: GoToAssist.com/techpodcasts. Put Your Financials into order – Edward Jones All Show Notes are also on Delicious Hotline – 608-205-4378 – geekazine (at) gmail.com Download the show Subscribe: Zune – iTunes – TechPodcasts – Blubrry – Stitcher I – S.U.N. (Straight Up News) Napster Slashes Prices Duke Nukem Sues No More Firefox Tabs? Palm Pre on Track – June 6th College Students Choose Mac Windows 6.5 on Track iPhone Push App Store = 20-45 Million Publish on Scribd Facebook OpenID Internet at 500 Billion Gigabytes JOTW – Three lead programmers of Google decide to jump ship and apply at Yahoo. They tell Yahoo they have the...

How the Recording Missed the Digital Revolution 0

How the Recording Missed the Digital Revolution

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSI want to start by thanking Jeffrey for giving me the opportunity to contribute to Geekazine. I am an avid consumer of podcasts, both new media (such as the Geekazine Podcast) and old media (such as radio shows). I get to listen to all the stuff I like when I have time to do so. This morning, I listened to a fascinating interview exploring the recording industry and how it got that way. You can go here and search for January 28, 2008 or listen to the Podcast here (MP3). Here’s how the program was described on the website:

Week In Tech History – 11-24-08 – When Cell Batteries Attack 0

Week In Tech History – 11-24-08 – When Cell Batteries Attack

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSBrought to you by Gotomeeting. Go to Gotomeeting.com/techpodcasts for an Unlimited free trial. Last year we had one of the weirdest news stories come out. A man was thought to be killed by his LG phone battery when it exploded in his shirt pocket. There was a lot of controversy over this issue at the time – whether an item that is pretty volitile should be regulated and monitored more closely. It was then discovered…. well, you’ll have to listen to the Quickcast to find out what happened next. Also, Microsoft is first spoken of, Fortran 2003 is released, Ken Jennings looses, Roxio buys Napster and so much more on the Quickcast.

Ep. #51 9-17-08 – No Illness will bring the show down. 0

Ep. #51 9-17-08 – No Illness will bring the show down.

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Geekazine Weekly Podcast #4 10-24-07

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSShow #4 Notes – 10/24/0 Whats New with Mac OS X Server IPods and IPhones Help in Mac Sales? Windows MINWIN Wireless SD Card Half CD, Half Vinyl Comcast BlocksBit Torrent Traffic Dot ComFever Part II A New Napster Make Office 2007 Look Like 2003 Law Firm Uses Copyright Claim to Deny Use of Source Code SanDisk Lets you Take TV With You WEP Hacked The Incredible Shrinking Radio Worlds Smallest Mini-Tornado Singles on USB Canada Taxes Music Downloads Google 4 GB of gmail Storage Worst Gadget Invented The Tracking Jacket Links To Note: 32 Things You Can Do with Beer Apple in 2015 MakeYour Own Smartphone?