I had a good time yesterday afternoon chatting with Leo Laporte, Harry McCracken (formerly of PC World and now a free-agent blogger at Technologizer), and Tom Merritt of CNET’s Buzz Out Loud on Laporte’s “This Week in Technology” podcast. We talked about Apple’s forthcoming notebook announcements, Sarah Palin’s email accounts, whether Google should be feared, whether the NSA’s eavesdropping should be feared, whether Google’s Android phone should be cheered, whether charging for SMS text messages at both ends will kill off the technology, and a lot more.
I am a mere amateur when it comes to Apple geekery and cellphone connoisseurship, and what I know about SMS text messaging could be communicated via SMS text messaging, so the invitation to hobnob with the experts was a gracious one — thanks, Leo! And we did talk a little about my book and the story of blogging.
You can listen to the whole thing here.
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