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#112610 14-Dec-2012 10:40
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I ditched listening to podcasts for ages, but thought I should really start again.

Started with the NZ Tech Podcast from this week.

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  #732439 14-Dec-2012 10:45
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I used to but only really have time for 1 podcast a week now (driving to work less often) so choose to listen to Steve Gibsons Security Now podcast.




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  #732452 14-Dec-2012 10:53
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I've listened a few times, but it is quite long so I dont usually have the time unless one of the topics particularly peaks my interest

 
 
 
 


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  #732456 14-Dec-2012 10:56
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Yes.

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  #732517 14-Dec-2012 11:55
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I listen to it every now and then, when they have a topic that I'm interested in. But I find it quite long and I fast forward through the bits I'm not interested in.

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  #732519 14-Dec-2012 12:04
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MurrayM: I listen to it every now and then, when they have a topic that I'm interested in. But I find it quite long and I fast forward through the bits I'm not interested in.

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  #732540 14-Dec-2012 12:47
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Yes. I listen to it every week..




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  #761662 13-Feb-2013 12:14
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I listen in sometimes too ;)

Have to agree with comments about length. Therefore we're making a real effort for 2013 to keep most episodes a chunk shorter than the 1+ hour episodes we ended up with last year. There may be some exceptions such as our final compilation of interviews from CES, but in general we will be targettting 45-mins or so.

Also, any and all feedback, topic suggestions, guest suggestions, etc is encouraged via the 'team' email address (@nztechpodcast.com).

And a special thanks to everyone who does listen in each week. We have some new guests lined up in the episodes ahead that I think will be interesting to hear from first hand.

Also, worth mentioning that if you missed the CES episodes there is (or so I'm told) some fascinating one-on-one discussions mixed in there.




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  #761665 13-Feb-2013 12:23
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yes

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  #761669 13-Feb-2013 12:31
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I did listen to it once, I think there was some talk of Ipad Mini and I was interested in that at the time. As I have not been logging in via the home page and going directly to the new forum posts I have not really seen what is on offer, however after seeing this post I can see something about 4G so I will listen tomorrow morning before the rest of the office gets in.

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  #761676 13-Feb-2013 12:47
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  #761679 13-Feb-2013 12:57
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I enjoyed the one with Dai Henwood last year. I like him even more, now I know that he's a 'techy'!

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  #761710 13-Feb-2013 13:23
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I listened to it once last year (when this thread was posted), and am listening to it again today. I wonder whether I'll remember to keep listening this time around :)

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  #762882 15-Feb-2013 10:54
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Length was a problem for me, I got half way through and struggled and with such huge time restraints, I am really only interested for about 15-30 minutes.

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