Tech News and Opinions (by Paul Spain)


NZ Tech Podcast: Free apps, SpaceX, mega telescopes, TelstraClear internet

, posted: 30-May-2012 00:18

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Highlights on the NZ Tech Podcast this week include Elon Musk's SpaceX Dragon docking with the Space Station, TelstraClear Internet plans, NZ being involved with the future mega telescope project, UFB happenings, Seeby's recent acquisition, Microsoft TechEd, Apple iOS app freebies and some cool NZ Apps - ASB, Countdown, NZ Budget and Quickflix.

You can also follow our host and guests via Twitter, Facebook or Google+. This week we featured Paul Spain (@paulspain) along with Bill Bennett (@BillBennettNZ) and Nate Dunn (@Nate).

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Please look out for the latest NZ Tech Podcast updates via Twitter @NZTechPodcast, the NZTechPodcast.com website and facebook page.

Would you like to join the NZ Tech Podcast live? Most Tuesday evenings around 6pm or thereabouts we join with Geekzone for a live audio stream from the studio and a hosted chat room. Details here.

Other related posts:
NZ Tech Podcast 321: $3000+ Free Gadgets, One Million Podcast Downloads, US Homeland Security vs Travellers, Banks vs Apple
NZ Tech Podcast 314: Meet Quickflix new Hollywood owner, a temptation to share Ransomware, Homes.co.nz update
NZ Tech Podcast 313: Amazon Go, John Key’s legacy, Goodnest, Media Design School, Network 4 Learning, Uber Eats NZ








Comment by PL, on 13-Jun-2012 22:21

Hi, this was the first podcast of yours that I have listened to and I thought there was some really interesting stuff discussed, thank you. Nothing that would take a tech-enthusiast by surprise, but I did appreciate the NZ angle on all the topics, especially NFC and UFB. I also liked the fact that you didn't take sides with/against any telco (disclaimer: I work at a telco).
If I may offer you some constructive feedback? I found the huge number of 'ah's, 'um's and 'you know's very distracting, to the point that I don't think I'll listen to another. I didn't run a tally, but perhaps you would like to have a re-listen to your work here and do this?
Anyway, thanks again for your great research work, and good luck with fine-tuning the presentation in future.
Pete


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