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Hook Me Up! // Episode 14

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Excellent! Another Hook Me Up episode has hit the streets! In this episode, a web-based advice columnist, Alison Dunham, needs a little help getting her new podcast off the ground and reaching out to her listening public. The Hook Me Up EMT Byron Este rides in to save the day and help Alison get her new podcasting game on, with some how-to tips and some new equipment.

Hook Me Up! Episode 14 // Dear Alison: Help Me Podcast!
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CrankyGeeks // Episode 40

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Another week, another CrankyGeeks! This week John C and Sebastian chat with Om Malik, Founder, GigaOM.com; and Danny O’Brien, Activism Coordinator, EFF.org, for some good cranky fun. Among the topics on the slate for this week are the MediaWiki giveaway, a Microsoft exec who wants a Mac, internet “gangs,” the flap over so-called declining iTunes sales, the end of Tower Records, and jail time for virtual violence.

CrankyGeeks Episode 40 // December 15, 2006
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MacBreak Weekly // Episode 19

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This week on MacBreak Weekly, the gang gets together over TalkShoe to chat instead of Skype and such, and the usual suspects; Merlin Mann, Scott Bourne, John Foster and Alex Lindsay, discuss all manner of Apple rumor and news, not the least of which being the glorious iPhone. They discuss Adobe’s CS3 beta-which is universal binary, and its release, the controversy over the incorrect Forrester’s report claiming iTunes sales were declining, software picks, even more iPhone rumors, and much much more.

MacBreak Weekly Episode 19 // December 15, 2006
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Security Now! // Episode 70

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This week on Security Now! Leo and Steve chat about various ways that people are getting around restrictive content and site filtering in their workplaces, homes, and even oppressive countries. They discuss the Freenet Project and TOR, two popular methods for anonymizing your internet traffic.

Security Now! Episode 70 // December 14, 2006
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