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This Week in Tech (TWiT)

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Now I don’t call myself a tech geek. But I’m addicted to listening to This Week In Tech. If any of you used to watch Tech TV before it became G4, Leo Laporte used to host a Tech call in show called The Screen Savers that would help you fix your hardware and software. It was great.

I think this netcast is premium quality. The panel can be hit or miss based upon whether or not John C. Dvorak is on. He’s a curmudgeonly formerly hip tech guy who provides some of the best commentary on the stream.

Anyways, if you have a spare hour at work. Go and grab the podcast off iTunes or check out the stream at This Week In Tech.

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Written by Hoaf

February 28, 2008 at 3:43 pm

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  1. […] unknown wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptNow I don’t call myself a tech geek. But I’m addicted to listening to This Week In Tech. If any of you used to watch Tech TV before it became G4, Leo Laporte used to host a Tech call in show called The Screen Savers that would help you fix your hardware and software. It was great. I think this netcast is premium quality. The panel can be hit or miss based upon whether or not John C. Dvorak is on. He’s a curmudgeonly formerly hip tech guy who provides some of the best commentary on the stream. Anyways, if you have a spare hour at work. Go and grab the podcast off iTunes or check out the stream at This Week In Tech. […]

    This Week in Tech (TWiT)

    February 28, 2008 at 4:29 pm


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