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Archive for July 17th, 2006

DiggNation // Episode 54

Posted by Alan Henry on July 17th, 2006

This week’s DiggNation is Alex and Kevin, back in front of the camera, drinking beers and talking about the top stories on Digg this past week. For example, new goodies and features at GMail, a giant DiggNation mosaic, the art of the etch-a-sketch, Microsoft drops call-home functionality in Windows Geniune Advantage, and the video of […]

Hook Me Up! // Episode 10

Posted by Alan Henry on July 17th, 2006

10 Episodes later, Hook Me Up is shaping up to be a real solid tech show on the net, and perhaps Yahoo! Tech’s flagship program! I have to admit, I definitely love the voter-influenced, viewer-participatory format, it’s absolutely great. This week, Philly native Steve wants to be a lounge pianist but doesn’t have the digs […]

CommandN // Episode 53

Posted by Alan Henry on July 17th, 2006

CommandN is early this week! Among the stories Amber and Mikey chat about this week is MySpace’s surging to first place among visited sites on the net, embedding Google Video into MySpace pages, the new Firefox 2.0 Beta, Rocketboom’s new host, GeekTV’s new owner, and much more, including the techtips and web picks that you’ve […]

This Week in Tech [TWiT] // Episode 62

Posted by Alan Henry on July 17th, 2006

Another TWiT is in the can! This week’s, episode 62, Leo Laporte, David Prager, Robert Heron, and John C. Dvorak all gather around the table to talk about this week’s tech news and other assorted hilarity; all the goodness you’ve come to expect from a good TWiT discussion. Amont the topics this week are the […]

Leoville Town Square Podcast // Episode 29

Posted by Alan Henry on July 17th, 2006

This week’s LTS Podcast is out and available for downloading, starring Chris, Graham, Todd, Taylor, and Nate. The panel this week discusses the new TWiT website, G4 cans some more shows for poor ratings, whether or not Call for Help 2.0 will ever come back to televisions in the states, chat about Six Apart’s new […]

MacBreak // Episode 10

Posted by Alan Henry on July 17th, 2006

A brand new MacBreak is out and about, this time with Emery Wells and guest Ben Syverson talking about Conduit, a plugin for Apple’s Motion software that allows for new realtime nodal compositing. Don’t know what that means? Neither do we! But we’re about to find out. Download this week’s MacBreak to join the discussion. […]

Inside the Net with Amber MacArthur // Episode 28

Posted by Alan Henry on July 17th, 2006

This week on Inside the Net, Amber and Leo sit down with Mena Trott of Six Apart [ http://www.sixapart.com/ ] the fine folks who manage such popular web services as Livejournal and TypePad, and their newest venture, Vox. The trio discuss the direction Six Apart has been taking as of late, the unveiling of Vox, […]

Security Now! // Episode 48

Posted by Alan Henry on July 17th, 2006

New Security Now! logo, with the new site redesign-essentially meaning I’m using the iTunes album art instead of my self-made version of the header image at Steve’s site. Looks nice, I have to say. This week, Steve and Leo answer your questions; this is another mod-four episode, meaning they tie up some loose ends, talk […]

FLOSS Weekly // Episode 9

Posted by Alan Henry on July 17th, 2006

FLOSS Weekly rises from the dead with a brand new episode! Leo and Chris DiBona are on the microphones and invite Randal L. Schwartz, author of “Learning Perl” and “Intermediate Perl,” to the table for a discussion on the power of Perl, why Perl is only really useful for people who spend at least three […]

This Week in Media // Episode 13

Posted by Alan Henry on July 17th, 2006

This week on This Week in Media, Alex Lindsay, Leo Laporte, Scott Broock, Kenji Kato, Ben Durbin all gather around the table again to talk about the hype (or lack thereof) surrounding Microsoft’s iPod “killer,” codenamed Argo, Guba signs a deal with Sony to deliver content…somewhere, Koachrome dies, and much much more. This Week in […]