Tuesday, January 13, 2009
TECH NEWS RADIO PODCAST #347 | 090113 | Jobs, Aircell, VMWARE, Displays, Tom Bihn, & Conferences
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This podcast is sponsored by SCOTTEVEST (SeV) - makers of fine tech clothing.
Today's TechNewsRadio.com's podcast channel examines the following topics: ComputerWorld.com IT job & skill forecasts for 2009; Aircell Internet access for airplanes; a VMWARE open source play with Infrastructure Toolkit; top displays with Samsung 245T & Dell UltraSharp 3008WFP; a short review of Tom Bihn's Checkpoint Flyer Travel Bag & Briefcase; and then a run down of some potentially interesting conferences that are coming up soon.
Other links mentioned in this podcast include:
- Software Developer Times
- Tom Bihn Absolute Strap
- The SharePoint Technology Conference
- SANS 2009
- UCLA's 77th Technical Management Program
- RSA Conference 2009
The microbrew recommendation for this show is the Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
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Tuesday, June 06, 2006
TECH NEWS RADIO #291 | 060606 | Tom Bihn, Brain Bag, Brain Cells, Areonaut, and Archetype
Today's podcast is all about Tom Bihn and the awesome products they offer those that have to carry technology gear.
Links mentioned in this podcast include:
- Previous review of Tom Bihn gear (08Dec05)
- Brain Cell
- Brain Bag: A Big Daypack for Business & School
- The Archetype
- The Arenonaut
- Tom Bihn Blog
- Tom Bihn Forum
This podcast is sponsored by O'Reilly and Associates Safari Bookshelf online technical library.
Tuesday, January 03, 2006
TECH NEWS RADIO #240 (Podcasts, Wired, GP2X, Tavo Gloves, Prefab Houses)
The flow of this TechNewsRadio.com podcast is the following ...
First we update you a little bit on the consolidation of Tech Rag Tear Outs and Tech Tidbits Daily into TechNewsRadio.com podcasts. Content will stay the same, frequency may diminish a little, but the big change is really "branding" and "packaging."
Then we plug two of my favorite podcasts:
And then we share some tidbits of interested from Wired Jan 2006:
- Gamepark Holdings GP2X Linux portable game device
- Tavo Gloves
- Prefab Houses: boklok.com, sunsetbreezehouse.com, flatpakhouse.com, & gluidehouse.com
Thursday, December 08, 2005
Tech Tidbits Daily Podcast for December 8, 2005
Today's podcast is a hands-on review of a customized dual-laptop backpack bag solution from Tom Bihn. Thanks to Brendan for coming up with the segment idea, and for Darcy for putting the package together. So this is what I got to evaluate:
- Absolute Shoulder Strap, $25
- Monolith Brain Cell: Size 2, $45 [hard shell for larger laptops, fits in vertical]
- Brain Cell: Size 5, $50 [hard shell for smaller laptops, fits in horizontal]
- Brain Bag: A Big Daypack for Business & School, $140 [has straps for Brain Cells]
- The Soft Cell: Size 2, $30 [padded sleave]
What I have been using for the last two weeks is the: Brain Bag + Brain Cell Size 5 (iBook) + The Soft Cell Size 2 (Tecra M4). And I have to highly recommend this setup for transportation of two laptops for my situation. I have also posted some pictures on my personal blog.
Friday, October 21, 2005
Tech Tidbits Daily Podcast for October 21, 2005
Mobile Enterprise for October 2005 had a special feature that highlighted eight new technology cases for laptops and handhelds.
- Mobile Edge Ultra TechStyle
- Targus with two patent-pending features: Dome Protection System & SafePORT Air Cushion
- Matias Slim Aluminum Laptop Case
- Pacific Design Nucleus PC Portfolio
- Mobile Edge "Just For Women"
- HP "Signature Ladies Totes"
- Roadwired PDA/Phone Organizer
- ExtremePDA The Holster
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Tuesday, September 20, 2005
Tech Tidbits Daily Podcast for September 20, 2005
- ScotteVest.com has released a new line of Version 4.0 Technology Enabled Clothing or TEC. There are now shorts, t-shrits, pants, sports coats, and more options in the jacket category like what type of cloth and style (like leather).
- OpenOffice.org has announced a new 1.1.5 version of their OpenOffice product for Windows (98/ME/NT/2000/XP), GNU/Linux (X86 and PowerPC) and Solaris (SPARC and X86) platforms in a host of languages, not just English. The big thing in this release is the support for the XML based OpenDocument format approved the Organisation for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS).
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