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Schedule

Thursday, August 28

1409245200 Tech News Today
1409248800 Know How...
1409252400 The Social Hour
1409257800 Coding 101
1409261400 Home Theater Geeks
1409266800 Tech News 2Night
1409268600 The Giz Wiz
1409277600 OMGcraft

Friday, August 29

1409331600 Tech News Today
1409335200 This Week in Law
1409342400 Android App Arena
1409353200 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, August 30

1409421600 The Tech Guy

Sunday, August 31

1409508000 The Tech Guy
1409522400 This Week in Tech

Monday, September 1

1409590800 Tech News Today
1409594400 Triangulation
1409599800 iPad Today
1409612400 Tech News 2Night
1409614200 Marketing Mavericks

Tuesday, September 2

1409677200 Tech News Today
1409680800 MacBreak Weekly
1409688000 Security Now
1409695200 Before You Buy
1409698800 Tech News 2Night
1409702400 All About Android
1409711400 Padre's Corner

Wednesday, September 3

1409758200 FLOSS Weekly
1409763600 Tech News Today
1409767200 Windows Weekly
1409774400 This Week in Google
1409785200 Tech News 2Night
1409787000 redditUP
1409792400 Ham Nation

Thursday, September 4

1409850000 Tech News Today
1409853600 Know How...
1409857200 The Social Hour
1409862600 Coding 101
1409866200 Home Theater Geeks
1409871600 Tech News 2Night
1409873400 The Giz Wiz
1409882400 OMGcraft

Friday, September 5

1409936400 Tech News Today
1409940000 This Week in Law
1409947200 Android App Arena
1409958000 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, September 6

1410026400 The Tech Guy

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Weekly Daily Giz Wiz 55

Sony Walkman

May 4 2006

Our Friday visit to the Gadget Warehouse dredges up a memory from almost 30 years ago. Sony introduced the first Walkman (also called The Soundabout) on July 1st, 1979. In 20 years it should 186 million units. It was the first time people could enjoy stereo just about anywhere. Along with the Walkman Sony developed much smaller and lightweight personal stereo headphones. Although the orginal Walkman came with one pair of earphones, it had two earphone jacks, plus an orange â??micâ? button. At first I thought the Walkman recorded too, but after playing with it realized the mic button let you hear what people were saying without removing your earphones. It was made of metal and had two volume controls, one for each channel. And it wasnâ??t cheap. About $180, and that was when a dollar was actually worth something.