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CrankyGeeks // Episode 92

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This week on CrankyGeeks, John C and Sebastian are joined by Molly Wood, Executive Editor, CNET and Chris DiBona, Open Source Program Manager, Google, to talk tech and get cranky! On this week’s show they discuss Amazon’s new e-reader, the Amazon Kindle, and whether it’s actually going anywhere, whether or not Google should buy Sprint, and more.

CrankyGeeks // Episode 92
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Infected with Martin Sargent // Episode -2

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On this -2 episode of Infected, Martin invites everyone watching to a very special Infected and Revision3 partytime funtastic event in sunny San Francisco. This Saturday, December 1st, you too can revel in Revision3 goodness! Check out how!

Infected with Martin Sargent // Episode -2
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Web Drifter // Episode 11

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This week on Web Drifter, Martin heads back out into the wild to chat with Dr. Richard Boylan, a man who believes that gifted and talented children have extraterrestrial DNA in them that makes them special. He’s a member of the Star Kids Project, a program designed to help these partially alien children reach their full potential. Seriously!

Web Drifter // Episode 11
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Systm // Episode 27

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This week on Systm, the guys wrap up work on the MAME cabinet that consumed their lives for the past couple of weeks. The cabinet is alive and up and running gloriously, and now it’s time to show off all of their hard work and trouble. They discussed the OS, wiring up the controllers, tweaking the settings and setting up the emulator, and more.

Systm // Episode 27
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MacBreak Weekly // Episode 68

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This week on MacBreak Weekly, Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, Chris Breen, and Brett Larson sit down to discuss more about Amazon’s new Kindle, more random predictions for WWDC 2008, and the crew’s software picks of the week.

MacBreak Weekly // Episode 68
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MacBreak // Episode 94

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On this episode of MacBreak, Mark Spencer and Alex Lindsay show you how to manipulate 3D objects in Motion.

MacBreak // Episode 94
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Lab Rats // Episode 100

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This week is a very very special episode of Lab Rats: it’s Andy and Sean (and the kitties!)’s 100th episode, bringing you technology news, tips, tricks, and demystifying technology mysteries! On this week they celebrate the past 100 episodes of Lab Rats, the places they’ve been and the gadgets and gear they’ve seen, and look forward to a hundred more!

Lab Rats // Episode 100
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Pixel Perfect with Bert Monroy // Episode 58

On this week’s Pixel Perfect, Bert Monroy goes back to the topic of Adobe PhotoShop Lightroom, and sits down again with Frederick Johnson to chat about Lightroom and the big differences between it and Adobe PhotoShop.

Pixel Perfect with Bert Monroy // Episode 58
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This Week in Tech [TWiT] // Episode 123

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This week on TWiT, it’s an all-star panel of TWiTs! Joining the crew this week are Leo Laporte, Patrick Norton, Don Reisinger, Wil Harris, Robert Scoble, Cali Lewis, and John C. Dvorak, all around the table to discuss the multitude of news this week, including Amazon’s Kindle, Black Friday bargain shopping, their respective holidays, whether FaceBook Beacon violates privacy, and much more.

This Week in Tech [TWiT] // Episode 123
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DiggNation // Episode 125

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This week on Diggnation, Kevin and Alex are back on the couches sipping beer (reccomended by the DiggNation Beer Club) and discussing the top stories at Digg this week. Among the stories are the bank intern busted calling in sick to go have a good time thanks to Facebook, an electric bike that looks just like the one from Akira, the Dell dude is waiting tables in New York City, Kevin’s horror stories working at an Olive Garden back in the day, and proof of a zombie attack in ancient Egypt.

DiggNation // Episode 125
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Jumping Monkeys // Episode 25

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This week on Jumping Monkeys, Megan and Leo sit down to chat more about parenting digitally, or digital parenting, or just parenting in general, however you want to look at it! On this episode, they talk with Jeremiah McNichols, creator of Zrecs, Toy Instructions, and Prizey. Just in time for the holidays they look at some must-avoid toys for the holiday season, and how to choose safe toys, what with everything you buy turning out to have lead or some terrible drug in it – and don’t trust the CPSC to save you!

Jumping Monkeys // Episode 25
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Tekzilla // Episode 9

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This week on TekZilla, the crew discusses $500 PCs, Black Friday shopping tips (here’s mine: stay home!), cheap GPS devices, and much much more!

Tekzilla // Episode 9
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DL.TV // Episode 205

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On this week’s DL.TV, Roger and Robert bring you the show taped so they don’t have to work on Thanksgiving. Among the topics this week are another alternative to FreeNAS if for some reason it doesn’t work for you- called OpenFiler, optimizing your BIOS for performance, using a tablet for your graphic design, and user comments and questions, as always.

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Windows Weekly // Episode 41

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Another Windows Weekly is out, and on this episode Paul and Leo sit down to discuss the Zune 2 and it’s software, Paul’s take on the Amazon Kindle, all the great games out in the past couple of months, IE 7 Pro, and much more.

Windows Weekly // Episode 41
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FLOSS Weekly // Episode 21

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Woohoo! Linux fans unite, there’s a new FLOSS Weekly out, starring Randal Schwartz and Leo Laporte! On this episode, Avi Bryant stops by to discuss Seaside, a framework for Squeak – another framework for web applications a la Ruby on Rails. They discuss the future of web apps, Squeak and Smalltalk, and much more.

FLOSS Weekly // Episode 21
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CrankyGeeks // Episode 91

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This week on CrankyGeeks, John C and Sebastian are joined by Natali Del Conte, Host, TeXtra; and Andrew Baron, Founder, Rocketboom to talk tech and get cranky! On this week’s episode, they discuss the future of video on the net, how Rocketboom got its start and how it grew so fantastically, whether the net can take video from small screens to big screens, and much more.

CrankyGeeks // Episode 91
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Security Now! // Episode 119

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This week on Security Now, Leo and Steve sit down to discuss a significant security problem: third-party cookies. We’ve known about them for a long long time now, but for example, Steve discusses how he found out that Paypal secretly sends you through DoubleClick to get to some of its web pages. Why?

Security Now! // Episode 119
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[email protected] // Episode 39

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This week on [email protected], Amber and Leo sit down to discuss the best of the web! Among the topics this week are Facebook users and their lack of privacy, a journalist who got canned for not being popular enough, passive agressive notes, how to make a turducken, and a nifty typing speed test that’ll tell you how quickly your fingers fly.

[email protected] // Episode 39
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MacBreak // Episode 93

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This week on MacBreak, Steve Martin and Alex Lindsay are back to show you how to use Studio to make a DVD menu out of a simple video stream! More useful tools for your video editing needs on this week’s MacBreak.

MacBreak // Episode 93
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MacBreak Weekly // Episode 67

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This week on MacBreak Weekly, Leo Laporte, Scott Bourne, Alex Lindsay, Chris Breen, Liana Lehua all gather around for the weekly roundtable, and discuss Apple-related news! On this episode, information that shows that iPhone calls home, the new Amazon Kindle – an e-reader for the rest of us, some way-out predictions for the next MacWorld, the Apple Quicktake (the first digital photo of me was taken on one of these! And you’ll never see it.), and much more.

MacBreak Weekly // Episode 67
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