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Sunday, May 22nd, 2011, 1:34 am

TechBytes Episode 47: hypePads and Chromebooks

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Summary: Tim and Roy speak about Unity, Fedora 15, Microsoft’s decline, and notebooks with Linux for Web-based services

TODAY’S afternoon show was shorter than usual and it covered few topics, mostly those that matter a bit more than others. Tim will post the accompanying show notes in the morning.

Today’s tracks are “We Should Give” by Amity, “Blackout City” by Anamanaguchi, and “She’s Got You” by Cosmo Jarvis. The latter two are part of SXSW 2010 Showcasing Artists (get the torrents legally here). We hope you will join us for future shows and consider subscribing to the show via the RSS feed. You can also visit our archives for past shows. If you have an Identi.ca account, consider subscribing to TechBytes in order to keep up to date.

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