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Summary:

On this week’s show we examine the fascinating and frightening idea of live tweeting military action and then move on to less serious matters to get all Google-y about TV, Nexus 4 and Chrome OS.

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On this week’s episode of our weekly podcast, we bring in Mathew Ingram to examine the fascinating and bizarre concept of Israel live tweeting its military actions. And then on a less serious note, we get all Google-y with Janko Roettgers about what the new Google TV 3.0 means for the future of television and Kevin Tofel talks up the Nexus 4 phone and the state of Chrome OS.

(NOTE: We are aware of the audio scratching noise you can sometimes here. We isolated it part-way through the show and it disappears halfway through the first segment. Thank you for your patience!)

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SHOW NOTES:
Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Erica Ogg

0:00 – Israel’s social media offensive

11:37 – Google TV 3.0

26:10 – The Nexus 4 and Chromebooks

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  1. Interesting topic you cover but the rattling in the background is really annoying. I going have to give up on listing to this podcast. I listen since the first episode and I had hope you had notice this noise. The noise is to distracting when you have good topic but you hear this sound you get distract. I will say today podcast wasn’t as bad other time but I still heard it.

    My parting gift fo you I do recommend you remove anything that can make sound while you do 30-40min podcast. Mic pick up every sound around you which me we hear it.

    Best of luck

    1. Hi DXANA,

      First off. I’m sorry to lose you as a listener. I know the scratching noise was there, but we got rid of it partway through the first segment.

      I thought of re-recording that segment, but we were having such an organic, thoughtful conversation that I decided to power through.

      Hopefully you’ll give us another chance,

      -Chris

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