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GigaOM Chrome Show: The weekly podcast pivots to all things Chrome

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After receiving numerous questions on our weekly call-in podcast about Google (s goog)Chromebooks and the Chrome OS, it became clear that listeners were interested in all things Chrome. So in the words of Silicon Valley: we’re pivoting!

Welcome to the inaugural GigaOM Chrome podcast, where we’ll discuss all things Chrome on a weekly basis. That means topics such as the Chrome browser, Chrome OS, Chromebooks, and Chromeboxes are all on the table. And we’ll do that in a short 20 minutes or so, making the audio podcast digestible on your commute, over a meal or just before bed. In another first, our two hosts are actually in a makeshift studio together; normally, they’re on different coasts!

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Show notes:
Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Kevin C. Tofel

Got questions, tips or tricks for an upcoming GigaOm Chrome Show? Find Kevin on Google+, Twitter (@kevinctofel) or via e-mail ([email protected])

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6 Responses to “GigaOM Chrome Show: The weekly podcast pivots to all things Chrome”

  1. Benjamin Beck

    I have to say to all those nay-sayers, I planned my entire wedding using my Chromebook. It blows my mind that people just don’t understand how you can really live on the web.

  2. Mark Webb

    Enjoyed the podcast very much. As a Chromebook owner I will be sure to listen to this great new resource every week..

    One essential app I can recommend is Hotot, a well specified and user friend Twitter client.

  3. Bud Wright

    I hate the new menu format, and I’m not alone. I uninstalled Chrome, and installed an
    older version, but I could not stop it from updating.

  4. On the note of “must have” apps for Chrome there is a recent post on Reddit [1] on just that. Well worth checking out.

    However for entertainment I can specifically point out the new Spotify [2] app. They did an awesome job on the experience for Chrome. If you need SSH support, then use Secure Shell [3] and be done.