This week’s podcast is PACKED full of GigaOM-y goodness. Eliza Kern sits in as co-host and talks about Y Combinator’s Winter Demo Day. Then Kevin’s Tofel and Fitchard explain how T-Mobile wants to liberate us from phone service contracts. After that, Mathew Ingram stops by to talk about Yahoo’s purchase of Summly, and if that wasn’t enough, Derrick Harris explains how Instagram is making us all paparazzi.
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Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Eliza Kern
Guests: Kevin Tofel, Kevin Fitchard, Mathew Ingram, Derrick Harris
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A more diminutive Y Combinator Demo Day
T-Mobile aims to end the tyranny of the cell phone contract
Can Summly help make Yahoo greater than its parts?
Smile (and don’t say or do anything embarrassing), you’re on camera!
Special thanks to Stitcher Smart Radio for letting us use their studio!
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