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Live now: This Week in Google with Gina Trapani and Jeff Jarvis.
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October 31, 2009
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I am recovering from Halloween (Sunday morning)... Please talk quieter :P -
While you all are waiting to go on the air. A question for Jeff: What's really the common theme for your mediawonks-list on Twitter? -
They also weren't doing a browser, an OS and a phone OS -
Discussing about Motorola Droid and other Andrioid related stuff today? -
google sites are acting up for me at the moment :s -
Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 3407872) (tried to allocate 30720 bytes) in /home/ginatrapani/completewaveguide.com/includes/parser/Parser.php on line 1101 on completewaveguide.com -
"Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 1048576) (tried to allocate 491520 bytes) in /home/ginatrapani/completewaveguide.com/includes/DefaultSettings.php on line 2625" -
The pitfall of fast media propagation, is not being able to properly verify the information propagated and its consequent risk of the spread of potentially inaccurate information... -
GOOD SHOW HAAPY HOLLOW WEEN EVRY 1 TRICK OR TREAT -
Doesn't work in Canada (Google Music) -
Tease: Coming up on This Week in Google, Eric Schmidt predicts the web's next five years, a Google maps mystery, and Gina makes a big announcement. -
what was the big announcement? -
the published audio is only 30 minutes :( where's the rest? -
Inspiring Show! I every much enjoyed your show last week, TWIG: 14. From 54:45 to 57:45 your conversation reached into the higher levels of Maslow's Hierarchy. Public discussions like one (and much more in bits and pieces throughout) are both special and important. I believe that changes in our society have made inspired work much more accessible. When people do what they love and love what they do, the great good is served. When others to see this possibility, they come closer to being liberate from the social trap that says "you have to follow the rules" and "money is the master". I call it glowing, that is being such a positive presence to the people around you that they can not help but be optimistic. TWIG 14 was full of this, from Gina's book, to Jeff's "do what you do best and link to the rest!!"(Put me down for the shirt), to the impromptu interview of Leo and his freelance mindset, "knowing what I am good at and what I like to do!". As a teacher this is what I wish for my students! Keep doing what you do and try to keep it clean from time to time so I can run the show in classrooms at least till Gina finishes writing "SoftScrub", an application that "beeps" out adult content (this could plug into Google Stenographer, the upcoming 20% time spinoff of Google Voice). ps: Farmville addictions are quant to me, I played MMORPGS from EQ to WOW over 5 years. Sony should have copyrighted their addiction strategy. Never again! -
GOOD SHOW every things a ok in georgia -
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