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Episode 3 is Online

In this episode: We come up with a new name and new URL, (I'll give you a hint; you're soaking in it.) Patrick reviews WinHEC. John C. Dvorak visits from beyond the grave. We answer listener...

Episode 2 is Online

This week join Patrick Norton, Kevin Rose, and me, as we discuss journalistic credibility, car stereo support for iPods, LAN Party addiction, and more. Also enter our contest to win a box of...

Episode 4 Is Up

In this week's episode: We welcome our 1000th subscriber (in under one week) and give him a BitHead headphone amp from the great folks at HeadRoom as a way of saying thanks. Take a look at spyware...

Episode 5 is Available Now

I've posted Episode 5 and I can feel the bandwidth thrumming. Show notes will follow but I've got to get to bed. Toronto awaits. Good night my little twitters.

Episode 6 is available now

On this week's episode... We talk about My Google, Yahoo's $5 subscription, and predict Apple's response, Xbox vs. PS/3 vs Nintendo. WiMax, 3G networks. Star Wars big weekend. A pessimistic vision...

Episode 007 Now Available

Using our new high fidelity recording technique Sharp Aquos 45" 1080p LCD TV Patrick Shoots for a Darwin Award Bad Caps? http://badcaps.net The best recall ever Leo buys a tablet PC (HP tc4200) and...

Episode 8 is Available

I wanted to get this out before Steve Jobs WWDC speech on Monday, just in case we're all wrong. Please excuse the sound quality, but to expedite delivery I used the plain Skype track, not our high...

Episode 10 is Online

Server woes Good, Cheap, or Fast - pick any two Yoshi's new job at Gentle Giant Digital Firmware 1.5 for Sony PSP MAME on the PSP Porno UMDs iTrip Mod for PSP Dell laptoplKeylogger hoax Microsoft...

Episode 11 is Up

Jessica Corbin checks in and talks about her Fempire and upcoming TV show on WE: Wing Woman and gives Roger some dating tips We get our first Pypal chargeback for "non-delivery of merchandise"...

Episode 12 is On The Air

Hope ya like it... Kevin Rose, Robert Heron and I mix up news, the saga of our latest hardware crashes (Robert and I), our common lust for new TV sets (anybody wanna buy Kevin's 250 pound HDTV CRT...

Lucky Episode 13

Kevin has been working hard on migrating Digg to a whole new bank of servers. There's a picture of the old TechTV studios on Kevin's MoBlog. No, we can't afford to rent them. BitTorrent now in...

Episode 14 is Live

Robert risks future Heron generations in the ion sniffer Leo had Wi-Fi on SAS all the way to and from Copenhagen Gizmo works on it, too, apparently Dvorak and Leo reminisce about PSA stewardesses -...

Episode 15 is Done!

The Tom Leykis Show Dvorak uses Gizmo on today's episode Rock Star says it will lose $50 million thanks to the AO rating for GTA: San Adreas Windows Longhorn is now Vista Microsoft is trying to...

Episode 16 is on the air!

Patrick's been at Defcon 13, the hacker convention in Las Vegas. Looks like Team PAD set a record for an unamplified WiFi link: 125 miles! Read all about it on Wi-Fi Toys. Steve's been playing with...

Episode 17 is Here

FCC says Bells can close their networks to other ISPs "Sell outs!" cries Dvorak Are they or aren't they? Is Apple using TPM the technology formerly known as Palladium. Dvorak says it's a dead end -...

Episode 18 is On the Air

Dvorak and Gibson nearly come to blows over HTML mail Dvorak says he "gets no spam" thanks to Computer Tyme Web Hosting Intel announces true dual core chips next week AOL gives away a spammer's...

Security Now! Episode 1

I've just posted the first episode of Security Now! with Steve Gibson. This shorty podcast (18 minutes) will be a weekly look at hot topics in security from the creator of ShieldsUP and Spinrite ...

Episode 19 is In the Can

Fighting blog spam with Typekey on Movable Type and captcha on Blogger Hunter S. Thompson's funeral - they blow up his ashes Dvorak reminisces Is Microsoft at fault for the Zotob virus? Monad is...

Episode 20 Ships

New LCD displays with LED backlights Old-style LCDs take half an hour to reach optimal color, CRTs can take hours LED pocket projectors TWiT pocket protectors Intel strives for VIIV Shorter...

Episode 21 Taped Before a Live Audience

Creative accuses Apple's iPod of patent violation. What's the big Apple announcement Wednesday? Looks like an itunes phone, but is there more? Creative ships the Neeon MP3 player with a Windows...

TWiT 22 Is On The Air

Our first TWiT from Noonan's Bar and Grill in Larkspur Landing, California. This was to be our unpublicized shakedown cruise. All went well. I didn't step on any power cables and we all had a...

Inside the Net - First Edition!

Mike Shaver and Mike Beltzner of Mozilla join us to talk about today's release of Firefox 1.5 and what's ahead for Mozilla. No theme yet, but we've got our best man working on it.

Protopage

Amber and Leo talk with Andre Parrie, founder of Protopage, a very flexible start page that is one of the best examples of AJAX on the web.

Jason Fried of 37Signals

Amber and Leo talk with Jason Fried of 37Signals, creators of Basecamp, Backpack, Writeboard, and Ta-da List and, of course, Ruby on Rails. There's also the Signal vs. Noise Weblog and their book,...

Tim Westergren of Pandora Media

Amber and Leo interview Tim Westergren from the Music Genome Project and Pandora, a streaming radio service that introduces you to new music based on your preferences.

Mike Davidson of Newsvine

Newsvine is still in private beta (although if you can find a member you can ask for an invite) but it should go public in the next couple of weeks. It's a news site that claims to publish AP news...

Phil Torrone of Make Magazine

We talk to Phil Torrone about Make Magazine.

Libsyn

This week Amber talks with Dave Mansueto and Dave Chekan from Libsyn - a company that is bringing podcasting capability to the world with their incredibly inexpensive hosting plans.

Alex Bard of Goowy.com

Amber and Leo talk with Alex Bard of Goowy.com, a service that provides webmail, contacts, calendar, RSS, widgets, and games in a Flash-based (and very lovely) interface.

Merlin Mann of 43folders.com

This week Amber and Leo talk with one of their heros, Merlin Mann the creator of 43Folders - a site dedicated to helping people get more organized. And other stuff. Merlin also runs 5ives.com.

Web Mashups

Inside the Net with Amber MacArthur episode 13 takes a look at one of the coolest new phenomena to hit the net: web mashups. Amber and Leo talk with Michael Arrington of Techcrunch, and PodBop...

Fun New Products

We're whipped together a 20 minute show from yesterday's Apple announcement of the new Mac Minis and iPod Hi-Fi.

CeBIT, IDF, and ETech

TWiT 45 covers this week's three big tech conferences: CeBIT, IDF, and ETech.

SXSW

Inside the Net with Amber MacArthur episode 14 takes Amber to Austin for the big South by Southwest festival. We forced Amber back to her hotel room to give us this update on the conference that's...

XP-Mini Madness

Running XP on a Mac mini AOL announces an Internet-based television network Google hands over the mail France making piracy darn near legal Kinderstart sues Google over search rankings Judge:...

Steve Chen of YouTube

The hottest site on the Internet right now is YouTube - think of it as Flickr for video. Amber talks with You Tube co-founder and CTO, Steve Chen. Steve's current favorite video? Nike's Ronaldinho...

Delayed

Vista may be delayed but Episode 47 is right on time.

Podzinger

From the company that invented the Internet, BBN, a new podcast and vodcast search engine, Podzinger. We interview the man in charge, Alex Laats, president of BBN Delta.

Apple's 30th Anniversary

On this special edition of TWiT, Leo talks with four original Apple employees, and one of its founders, on the 30th Anniversary of the company's incorporation. Back to our regular format next week.

Big in Japan

Amber and I interview Brian Oberkirch and Alexander Muse, founders of Big In Japan, an "integrated toolkit for prosumer bloggers."

Introducing Chris DiBona

Introducing a brand new member of the TWiT.tv family! When you look at our offerings, one thing becomes clear. We need more open source coverage. And who better than long-time Screen Saver...

Mind the Lag

It's TWiT 49 with discussions about Microsoft and how Bill Gates makes several videos for his employees. Also, Leo finally registered for Second Life, Disney starts an MVNO, and we finally give up...

Riya

We talk with Tara Hunt, chief blogger at the startup Riya about using face and text recognition to enhance tags, the privacy implications, and competitors like the US Government and Idee.

Ben Goodger

Ben Goodger is Lead Engineer for Firefox. We talk about Firefox 2.0 and "3.0," XUL, the infamous "memory leak," and Ben offers his favorite secret Firefox tip. It's a good one!

Squeak Toy

The VCR is 50 years old, TWiT is one year old, and we bring you our 50th episode tonight. Now how about that. Links on del.icio.us. Thanks to Mark Blasco for the updated TWiT Theme. Dorothy...

CmdrTaco of Slashdot

Chris travels to Dexter, Michigan to speak with Slashdot founder, Rob Malda, aka CmdrTaco about standards compliance, Slashdot's new commenting system, dorks, Star Trek, Mentos, and old shoes.

Digg This

We begin our second year with the original TWiT crew. First of all, Kevin Rose sheds some light on Digg. Then we move onto stories about Yahoo sending people to jail, the new DMCA, grafitti, and...

Dan Cederholm

Rock star web designer, Dan Cederholm, of Simplebits joins us to talk about CSS design, standards, and the changing face of the web. Dan's the author of the excellent Bulletproof Web Design and has...

Photo 145

From game systems to next generation disc formats and bandwidth blues, politics, and viruses to Google, Yahoo, and the Red camera. This is TWiT 52! John's back from Brazil loaded with Cachaca but...

chromatic

This week, geek out with core Perl 6 developer, chromatic...