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Thanks to the Zeum and the San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking for their support. We had such a good time at the Zeum that we're planning to do more live shows there.
TWiT 39 is ready for your enjoyment. (Now AOL Akamaized for your downloading pleasure). Links to this week's stories are stored, as always at del.icio.us/twit. There's also an RSS feed for folks...
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...
Even Mologogo can't track Mitnick down Woz is in Vegas to speak to Sharp - hope he doesn't say Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur Woz has been on a road show for the Acquicore SPAC The SPAC...
Phil Torrone of Make Magazine
We talk to Phil Torrone about Make Magazine.
TWiT 41 is a couple of days early because I'm shipping out tomorrow. Links to this week's news stories are stored at del.icio.us/twit/41. There's also an RSS feed for folks who want to see what we...
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.
Dvorak's Lost It
It's TWiT 42, your answer to life, the universe, and everything. Thanks to Nitrozac and Snaggy for the cartoon Amazon is going head to head with Apple - opening its own music store The OS X Worm is...
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.
Dvorak's off to Orlando for the PMA then Hannover for CeBIT He's looking for a tour of Berlin - email him if you live there Doug, Leo, Patrick, and Bill Gates all have a piece of the Berlin Wall...
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.
Was it the press or Apple that overhyped this week's announcements? Macs can connect with XBox 360 consoles using Connect360 Want to judge a stereo - don't crank it up (and don't listen to TWiT on...
CeBIT, IDF, and ETech
TWiT 45 covers this week's three big tech conferences: CeBIT, IDF, and ETech.
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...
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...
Vista may be delayed but Episode 47 is right on time.
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...
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.
I'm breaking format to bring you a special edition of this WEEK in TECH, to introduce you to IPac, the first geek political action committee. Today a special edition to talk about a new US...
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!
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.
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...
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...
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...
This week, geek out with core Perl 6 developer, chromatic...
What if you created a web site for a TV show that isn't just an ad for the show but actually involves viewers in the plot - sometimes even inserting them into the show itself? What if you created...
NAB Special: What's the Frequency...?
Alex and Emery give you the scoop on some of the cool mac-related gear at the annual "National Association of Broadcasters" convention. Check out new RAIDS, Motion tools, the Red Camera and more!
Today Jake brings us updates on: The Intellectual Property Protection Act, aka DMCA II Dianne Feinstein's Perform Act Orrin Hatch's failed INDUCE Act Fire Hatch.com The Sonny Bono Copyright...
Boyz of Destruction
Show notes to follow, but until then check the links on del.icio.us.
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Miguel de Icaza
This week Chris and I talk with Miguel de Icaza, the charismatic co-creator of the GNOME desktop, founder of Ximian, and father of the controversial Mono Project, designed to port dot-Net to Linux.
We wrap up E3 2006 and check out the week's tech news... E3 wrap up: Nintendo pulls a Rocky Microsoft announces Xbox and PC Gamers will be able to play together online Sony says it should charge...
Our guest is Stuart MacDonald, co-organizer of the Mesh Conference, Canada's first Web 2.0 conference We talk about getting traditional business folks together with Web 2.0 experts to explain what...
Larry Augustin was a grad student at Stanford when he started VA Linux - now VA Software. The company went public in December 1999. VA went on to create Sourceforge, and fund OSDN and Slashdot....
So Sue Me
The frivolous lawsuit edition is on the air..
Our guest is Michael Giest, Canada Research Chair of Internet and E-commerce Law at the University of Ottawa. Amber and Michael discuss home recording, intellectual property law, the creative...
Dr. Susan Lindquist
Dr. Susan Lindquist is a Member of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Sciences at MIT. Her discoveries in protein folding have lead to paradigm shifts in modern genetics and medicine, including...
Bork, Bork, Bork
The TWiTs put the kibosh on the kerfuffle... First podcaster? Doug nominates Christopher Lydon Watch Molly handling the Dell Media Mogul, the world's biggest laptop ( XPS M2010) DOJ goes to ISPs...
The Two Mikes from Firefox
Mike Shaver and Mike Beltzner from Firefox are back to talk about 2.0... Hard on the heels of the successful launch of Firefox 1.5 comes the first beta of Firefox 2.0. Mike and Mike talk about...
Dvorak talks cats and ceiling fans E-mail is dead? Debate about the definition of vlogging. The House of Representatives has approved a bill to allow telcos to offer subscription TV. Use Inboxer to...
Jeff Robbins on Drupal
Jeff and his Lullabot Team (Ted Serbinski and Matt Westgate) are engineering the TWiT.tv redesign using the Drupal Content Management System (CMS). Jeff talks about why Drupal is the CMS of choice...
Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales
Wikipedia's founder talks about online communities...
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