Ep. 1002: Where Peter Ha has no inner monologue Video
Without Rafe and Brian Cooley on the show, we felt it was safe to have French tech podcaster Patrick Beja on the show to talk tech. Don't worry, he speaks in English for this show. We talk about the iPhone phenomena, the poor penetration of broadband in the US and how HD-DVD is still beating Blu-ray.
Caroline Mccarthy joins us on today's podcast where we discuss the 2011 Oscar/Razzie Nominations and Wilson reviews the disastrous Spiderman musical "Turn off the Dark"
Peter Ha stops by the 404 studio today for an update on what's going on at TechCrunch. We'll also chat with him about his time at The Daily and its recent cuts, Facebook reporting more than 83 million fake users, and the ups and downs of Sriracha hot sauce lollipops from ThinkGeek!
We asked CNN technology writer Mark Milian to come into the studio today to wrap up the last show of the year, and he surprises us with Peter Ha from The Daily in tow! Our two favorite guests join us for a discussion about the tech trends of 2011 ("hacking," privacy, mobile OS wars, Tumblr, and Reddit), and we'll also take a look at Mark's new book, Letters to Steve: Inside the E-Mail Inbox of Apple's Steve Jobs.
Created by best-selling author Michael Crichton, this series centers on the medical personnel in the emergency room of a Chicago county hospital. ER tracks the inner workings of County General Hospital, a Level One Trauma Center where heroic doctors and nurses are faced with life-and-death decisions on a daily basis. In its fourth season, ER received 16 Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Drama Series. Watch the fourth season, which begins with the critically acclaimed documentary episode that aired "live."
The iPad. Perhaps you've heard of it. On this week's Roundtable, we talk about what the iPad means to Apple as a company and the tech industry at large. What's up with Apple and Google? Will the App Store change how families computer? To discuss these and other issues we have Peter Burrows, senior writer from BusinessWeek, and Donald Bell, CNET senior editor.
Two days ago Rupert Murdoch announced "The Daily," News Corp.'s latest publication built for the iPad platform, and we've been waiting all week to get its tech Editor Peter Ha in the studio. Lucky for us, today is that day, but the show starts off with a bit of controversy. Tune in to hear Jeff's fumble!
Longtime friend of the show and former Editor at The Daily Peter Ha tells us what went wrong at the digital magazine. We'll also get his take on Gangnam Style profits and the pizza battle royale rages on.
Infamous goofy dancer and world traveler Matt Harding, the man behind the "Where the Hell is Matt?" Web site, dances with fans in San Francisco's Alamo Square Wednesday evening during a stop on his latest video tour.
The now-infamous Internet journalist Josh Wolf was released from prison Tuesday after 226 days, becoming the longest-imprisoned journalist in the U.S. Hear what he has to say about his experience and what he plans on doing next.