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Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010, 11:24 pm

TechBytes Episode 12: Novell Sale and Kinect Sales

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Summary: Special episode discussing Novell’s sale and Microsoft’s patent play, including a discussion about hardware products

THIS is the show where, without preparation, the three of us discuss Novell’s sale. Tim’s site, OpenBytes, has already published some show notes. We’ve had some audio issues throughout the show, so pardon occasional background noises/echo.

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One Response to “TechBytes Episode 12: Novell Sale and Kinect Sales”

  1. Duck Egg Says:

    Oh dear god… it’s like three wee wfies having a speculative gossip about stuff that you know next to nothing about….

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