DyscultureD Ep. 62: My cat takes the mic. Literally.

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Christmas comes a day early this year — and by “Christmas” I mean the latest episode of the DyscultureD podcast.

If you want to hear my boy ruin everything you can scrub ahead to about three eighths of the way through.

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DyscultureD Epic-sode 61: iPhone & Google awesomeness debunked.

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This is an important one. I mix it up with guest host Heather Gold on issues of privacy and the dangers of Google. And on the lighter side, I destroy the iPhone worship in the room with just a couple of apps and features available on any unlocked S60 device.

Definitely worth a listen!

P.S. Here’s that piece by Thomas Purves putting Canada behind third world countries for mobile data.

Episode 61 – Next Month the Olympics, This Week Gold | DyscultureD.

Search Engine Podcast episode 21: ACTA-tag!


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(Canadian) Industry Minister Tony Clement won’t talk about the secrets of ACTA. Instead, he’s pointed curious critics to Michael Geist’s website. This week, Michael explains why he’s the wrong man for that job.

It’s always a pleasure to hear the wise words of champion Canadian #copyfighter Michael Geist. This week on Search Engine you can hear him talk about our Government’s latest lame attempts to deny that they’re Hollywood’s bitch.

If you didn’t already know there’s some background info on the secret ACTA talks here. Trust me, this is important stuff…

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DyscultureD Podcast Episode #60 is now live!

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The latest episode of DyscultureD, the podcast I’ve been guest-hosting on, went live last night.

All the usual suspects are present as topics for discussion, including the CRTC, fair use and Facebook. We also take some pot shots at the city of Edmonton just for kicks.

The jetlag kicked in for yours truly about halfway through the recording… Can you tell?

Seriously, I’m still trying to find my voice as a podcaster who can make tech entertaining, so gimme some of that sweet, sweet feedback, k?

Finding my (podcast) voice: DyscultureD ep #55 — seeking your feedback re: my performance.

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I took a long, hard listen to my DyscultureD début in episode #54, and I’m hoping that my contribution to this week’s show comes off as a bit more spirited and less dry — what do you think?

It’s an odd thing that a comedian of some ten years has the tendency to go almost completely monotone when talking about technology, despite said comedian finding said technology quite interesting.

If you’ve the time to listen to (or scrub through parts of) it you can hear my views on:

… And if you’ve got any feedback on my delivery (or the content), by all means let me have it!

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