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Thursday, October 28th, 2010, 11:20 pm

TechBytes Pilot: Microsoft’s Android Tax, Fedora Site Redesign, Unity and Vala, LimeWire Kaput

“No episode number, this isn’t a soap opera”

TechBytes

Direct download as Ogg (1:09:43, 38 MB) | Direct download as MP3

Summary: TechBytes audiocast opens with a pre-launch episode where we mostly explore the terrain

THIS IS OUR test episode, a pilot so to speak. We did it all in one go (over an hour) without any notes or scripts and it is not edited. We hope that it’ll be acceptable and in our next episode (probably in November) we’ll use experience from this first run and also refine by doing some planning, then editing. Please treat it as a beta episode if it helps and we thank you for listening.

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