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Digital Photography Advice, Google+ vs Facebook – HT035

       Jim, Christian and Andrew. with special guest Mike Howard from jpeg2RAW are together again for show #35 of the Home Tech Podcast This week the guys talk some more about Google Plus, Digital Photography for the novice to amateur photographer, and tips and tricks for improving your images. Mikes podcast jpeg2RAW and… Click for more / Podcast Player>

Podcasting Vision, How to Blog and Podcast, IBM and Watson on Jeopardy, Motorola Tablets, Mac Mini, Is AI Here to Stay? – HT012

Jim was joined again by Brian Burgess, Christian Johnson and Andrew Morris.  Jim starts the show with a bit of podcasting soul searching.  With 12 shows now in the books, what has the podcast become and who are we trying to reach?  Would love your comments on why you listen to the show and what… Click for more / Podcast Player>

The Average Guy Goes to Vegas! CES Baby!

I am heading out on Thursday for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.  Will be doing both blogging and podcasting around all kind of technology subjects.  Some Home Tech, some Fitness Tech and maybe even some Home Server (WHS) Tech.  We will be broadcast LIVE for some of the weekend and you can catch the live feed at http://homeservershow.com/ces-2011 or follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/#/jcollison I will have lots to talk about when I get back!  Viva Las Vegas! Jim  

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The Fitness Tech Podcast #10 RunKeeper Beats Angry Birds!

Jim and Jamie are back after the holidays to talk Christmas gifts that Santa brought.  Jamie got a seriously nice new tech gift that has a fitness spin!  Jim warns of some fitness products that you should carefully consider BEFORE you purchase, especially if you see it on TV. This week RunKeeper released an update… Click for more / Podcast Player>

The BYOB (Build Your Own Box) Podcast #27

The Boys of LA, and BYOB have their latest podcast ready for you!  This week they start getting into Intel’s new chip/chipset, Intel’s new Sandy Bridge and Eyefinity.  They talk about features, specs, and expected performance.  They also get into multi-monitor setups and dive right into AMD’s Eyefinity technology as Michael gives some first hand experience from his implementation.  As always, they look forward to your feedback on what you would like to hear about over at the Home Server Show.  Check the site often this next week and follow them (or me @jcollison) on Twitter for updates from CES. 

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