Podcast: Ballmer’s in the Dell, do tweets ruin TV? And how ISPs are not like gas pumps

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In this week’s show we delve into the past with news of Dell going private (with Microsoft’s help), peer into the future of TV and Twitter, and examine our present conundrum of how ISPs can’t rely on their meters to measure your broadband usage.

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SHOW NOTES:
Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Erica Ogg
Guests: Barb Darrow, Eliza Kern and Stacey Higginbotham

0:00 – 07:49 – Dell goes private
07:50 – 19:56 – Twitter buys Bluefin and the future of TV
19:57 – 32:03 – Bad news about broadband measuring tools

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