The 404 1,176: Where where Brian admits he has a problem (podcast)

The 404 1,176: Where where Brian admits he has a problem (podcast)

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New Brian Tong drops by the studio for today's episode, we'll talk to him about Apple trying to patent long-distance wireless charging, a few companies that hate our guts, the shuttering of Rupert Murdoch's Daily digital newspaper, and more. [Read more]...
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Review: Sony's Sound Forge Audio Station 10 is powerful and versatile

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