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So you want to ask Kevin and I questions about mobile tech?  Or you want to comment on something we talked about on one of the techADDICTION shows?  Or maybe suggest a topic for a future show so when it appeared on the podcast you could […]

So you want to ask Kevin and I questions about mobile tech?  Or you want to comment on something we talked about on one of the techADDICTION shows?  Or maybe suggest a topic for a future show so when it appeared on the podcast you could tell all your friends that it’s YOUR topic?  Wouldn’t it be cool if you could Skype your questions and comments to a techADDICTION answering machine and leave a message so we could maybe even put it on the show?  Live, er, recorded?  Wouldn’t that be COOL?

Just Skype:  techaddiction

And yes, it IS cool.   :)

NOTE: If you don’t want your name to be mentioned on the show or you would prefer not to have your voicemail on the show, please let us know. We’d love to have you and your questions on the podcast, but we certainly respect people’s needs for privacy.

  1. John Hancock Sunday, March 20, 2005

    Sorry if I appear to be a pedant but I am becoming increasingly annoyed at seemingly literate people using I instead of me when refering to the first and second person together in the object. In your first sentence you wrote “So you want to ask Kevin and I questions …”. This should be “So you want to ask Kevin and me questions …”. I blame the education system which no longer thinks grammer necessary. If in doubt refer to any good book on grammer.

  2. Sorry John, you are correct and I do know better.I guess like many on the web I just can’t wait for Google Grammar which I’m sure will be in beta soon. I loved your work on the Declaration of Independence. :)

  3. John Hancock Sunday, March 20, 2005

    “I loved your work on the Declaration of Independence. :)”, You are welcome (LOL).

    I should add that I am a regular reader of your column and I do enjoy my morning jk on the run over coffee and toast.

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