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What are some more good, sound technology personalities that you can watch online?

I love watching Chris P., Leo Laporte (TWiT), and all of the people (the beloved Patrick Norton) at Revision3. Are there anymore out there?

asked Aug 29 '11 at 20:22

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Just subscribe to every TWiT show and you'll be fine...They keep me busy!

answered Aug 29 '11 at 22:56

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you can watch my show at http://tiny.cc/theedj but as of yet, I don't have any programming/topics on technology yet but i plan to sometime in the future.

answered Aug 29 '11 at 21:03

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Jared Roberts

Yes, I also listen to and watch watch Chris P., Leo Laporte, Patrick Norton and many others.
This month I have been listening to and watching Ryan Shrout at PC Perspective and The Mike Tech Show.

answered Aug 29 '11 at 21:16

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Greg De Santis

I went and tried to watch a few videos from Mike Tech, but didn't care for his personality. Ryan Shrout is also on TWiT. I also like PC Perspective's Podcast, but it gets a bit technical for my tastes. I can keep up and I fully understand, but I'm not looking for a exercise in technology, just something good to listen to--more news oriented.

(Aug 29 '11 at 21:36) djmoore711 djmoore711's gravatar image

You should check out "Tech Snap" from Jupiter Broadcasting. It's mostly about security and security breaches, but they also get into things like bitcoin mining. Both of them are extremely knowledgeable.


answered Aug 29 '11 at 22:16

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