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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...
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...
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:...
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.
Big in Japan
Amber and I interview Brian Oberkirch and Alexander Muse, founders of Big In Japan, an "integrated toolkit for prosumer bloggers."
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.
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!
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...
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...
Boyz of Destruction
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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...
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..
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...
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...
The Milla Jovovich Show
We're at Yahoo for Podcast Academy 3 Bill Gates is stepping down from his position and handed his keys to Ray Ozzie. Google has launced a Shakespeare site Google Earth beta 4.0 has been released...
A Series of Tubes
The Senate has rejected the Net Neutrality provision. Hear Senator Stevens talking against net neutrality. The broadcast flag made it through the committee. Microsoft is delaying Office 2007 for a...
Robert like the traffic features of Windows Live Local The first Blu-Ray players are now shipping. PC World says that Samsung is planning a dual-format player for later this year. Primera is...
Cripes! Cor blimey! It's the super TWiT 61! Lawsuits are flying over the Google founders' big private jet. The Emmys now have a broadband award for broadband news and documentary programming....
Leo loves his terabyte Infrant ReadyNAS - he'll never lose another podcast again! Television had the lowest ratings in recordedhistory this past week. The NetNielsens announced that 6.6% of the U.S...
The $60 Million Dollar Man
Kevin's on the cover of Business Week, AOL fires 5,000, the Web turns 15, and the Mac is hacked. Kevin Rose is supposedly worth $60 million. At DefCon, a group of hackers managed to hack a MacBook...
A Little Dab'll Do Ya
Airport restrictions, Apple announcements, and the PC turns 25. It is the 25th anniversary of the IBM PC PC World has listed the 25 greatest computers of all time. New research states that smarter...
So Sue Me
This week Alex Lindsay with Scott Broock, Scott Bourne, Chris Breen, and Daniel Eran discuss some of the hottest new stories including PC vs. Mac price comparisons, Apple's latest legal issues, a...
WIPO considers changing broadcast rules, the HP boardroom self-destructs, and Amazon and Apple go head-to-head. WIPO (the World Intellectual Property Organization) is going to meet Monday (9/11...
Former Screen Saver, Megan Morrone, fills in for Amber this month after three years in retirement. Welcome back, Megan! John Buckman is a serial entrepreneur. He wrote Lyris, the mailing list...
Bill Handel Tech Update, iPod and Zune
It's the return of The Laporte Report! On my weekly gadget news with Bill I discuss Apple's new iPods and Microsoft's Zune player.
Leo on CFRB with John Donabie, Airline Laptop Bans
It's the return of The Laporte Report! My weekly tech news wrap up with John Donabie on 1010 CFRB in Toronto. As usual, I've left in the pre and post-show chatter. Topics include airlines that are...
Leo on CKNW with Bill Good
I appear every few months on the Bill Good Show on CKNW in Vancouver for a half-an-hour to talk about current tech stories. Topics include the new iTunes Movie Store, the difficulties content...
Leo on CFRB with John Donabie
My weekly tech news wrap up with John Donabie on 1010 CFRB in Toronto. We cover the HP scandal, a major Windows security flaw, and teens staging fights online.
The Safe Word is Banana
Better late than never... On today's show: MacCast is shutdown by GoDaddy, the Mac installer security hole, and upgrading a Mac Pro to eight CPUs. Bandwidth for MacBreak Weekly is provided by...
Wax On, Wax Off
Get a better night's sleep with today's show. We talk about Apple's podcast grab, Aperture 1.5, 802.11n in iMacs, Cingular and the iPhone, and Core 2 MacBooks. Webstractor helped Alex create a PDF...
The Road to RC1
Introducing our newest TWiTcast! Episode 1... introducing Paul, the real Vista ship date, Windows security, the new Office ribbon, and more... Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
DRMing on the Pod
Alex Lindsay, Jason Snell, Scott Bourne and Jan Kabili discuss DVD Jon, Zunes, and Cool DJ Mixers. Bandwidth for MacBreak Weekly is provided by CacheFly.
Look What They Done To My Boy
New Mac ads, why does Adobe hate Intel, and iTunes TV store woes... Bandwidth for MacBreak Weekly is provided by CacheFly.
The Windows Shiv
On this episode Paul and I converse about Vista including: RC2 ships Vista Sideshow Windows compatibility shivs Features missing from Vista, WinFS, Monad, Sidebar Internet Explorer 7's "forced"...
Leo on KGO with Ronn Owens
My quarterly appearance with Ronn Owens on San Francisco's KGO AM 810.
Leo on KFI with Bill Handel
My regular Friday appearance with Bill Handel on KFI Los Angeles. Today we talk about the Google acquisition of YouTube.
Leo on CFRB with John Donabie
My weekly tech news wrap up with John Donabie on 1010 CFRB in Toronto. We cover the Google/YouTube merger, Windows Vista license limitations, and Oprah's red Nano.
Dvorak eats crow, Congress eats gambling sites, and Microsoft eats its young... Microsoft has severely limited Windows Vista license transfers. If you do not pass WGA in Windows Vista, you will be...
The iPhone starts to look like the real thing, and Scott Rejoices. iPod celebrated five years... with a Windows Virus. And dating tips from Steve Jobs. The iPod has five years old. Wired has a...
Vista's Enthusiastic License Agreement
On this episode Paul and I converse about Vista's end-user license agreements, IE7, and XP Service Pack 3. And we explain why sometimes a shim is also a shiv. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth...
Can YouTube find a safe harbor?, is Creative Commons a good idea, and Napster's end days. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
Apple updates the MacBook Pro, and Scott buys one. No wonder they've got such a great bottom line. And our application picks including Disco and Tangerine. Bandwidth for MacBreak Weekly is provided...
On this episode Paul and I converse about Build 6000, Vista Express Upgrades, the Motion Desktop, Windows Media Player 11, and product nightmares with Dell and Apple. Thanks to Cachefly for the...
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