The Commutist podcast gives you all the technology news and analysis you need to know on your way into to work!
On today’s show we talk about the brand spankin’ new iTunes 11 from Apple (s aapl) with Alex Layne, Stacey Higginbotham explains why the “Internet of Things” is both cool and creepy, and Kevin Tofel talks about using his excess electricity to fuel his new Chevy Volt.
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Hosted by: Chris Albrecht and Erica Ogg
0:00 – The new iTunes!
10:44 – The Internet of Things
22:47 – Kevin enter the Volt-age
31:34 – Parting gifts:
Kevin recommends the book Make: LEGO and Arduino Projects: Projects for extending MINDSTORMS NXT with open-source electronics
Erica Ogg loves tracking her sleep with the Sleep Cycle app
And after reading this piece on Slate, Chris seeks ideas for “wrapping” digital presents
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