Episode 56: The End of an Expo

Eddie recaps the (last?) Macworld Expo for Noah but not until after the two of them respond to listener feedback from recent episodes and Noah promises not to bring up politics anymore.

Lame List nominations are given to iSuppli’s “teardown” of the iPad and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg for ending the age of privacy.

Picks include the Muppets Studio YouTube channel and the the sneakPEAK by Scosche.


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  1. Quote

    Hey Noah, Here’s a non-podcast-related question:

    Do you know of any good month-to-month wireless internet or Wi-Max services in Guadalajara?

    I’m going to be spending a month there this summer working remotely. I’d like to just buy a month’s worth of access instead of scrounging for time at an interweb cafĂ© or hanging out at a Starbucks like some tourist.

    (Also, yeah. Outlook has many warts, but compared to the unholy beast that is Lotus Notes, Outlook is like a fine Italian sports car)

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    OK Guys ..

    I left you a message that episode 54 kept popping up on iTunes, even after I had already downloaded and listened to it. Now episode 56 keeps appearing. What’s the deal? It’s so Lame!

    Seriously, I like you show, but I don’t need to listen to episode 56 more than once.

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    OK Guys ..

    I left you a message that episode 54 kept popping up on iTunes, even after I had already downloaded and listened to it. Now episode 56 keeps appearing. What’s the deal? It’s so Lame!

    Seriously, I like your show, but I don’t need to listen to episode 56 more than once.

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    David,

    Yes, we’re aware that episode 54 keeps popping up in the feed (and now 56)

    Currently we don’t know why it’s happening or how to fix it.

    I agree that it’s lame.

    -Eddie

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