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This show is about news, interviews, commentary, and humor.

This show is about news, interviews, commentary, and humor.
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San Francisco, CA

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This show is about news, interviews, commentary, and humor.

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English


Episodes

Technocracy Radio: Show No. 18

11/2/2007
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This week we talk with Fora.tv founder and CEO Brian Gruber. Ken also takes another look at the battle brewing between Apple and NBC.

Technocracy Radio: Show No. 16

10/6/2007
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This week host Ken Ray talks online audio and video trends, life in Second Life, and the social networking maze with Ben Bajarin of Creative Strategies.

Technocracy Radio: Show No. 12

7/21/2007
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This week host Ken Ray talks with Veronica Belmont - formerly of CNET - about her new venture, women in podcasting, and what she thinks of the iPhone. Plus Ken talks computers, viruses, and death threats.

Technocracy Radio: Show No. 11

7/7/2007
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This week host Ken Ray talks with Shelly Brisbin - editor in chief of Blogger & Podcaster magazine - about the state of podcasting today, where it seems to be headed, and where the women podcasters are.

Technocracy Radio: Show No. 4

5/12/2007
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This week is all about music. Tim Westergren - fournder of Pandora - gives us an update on the movement to Save Net Radio - Rob Black discusses the business of music - and Michael Butler talks about his work with the Podsafe Music Network and his life as a Rock and Roll Geek.

Technocracy Radio: Show No. 3

4/28/2007
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This week - host Ken Ray and guests Adam Christianson and Rob Black take a focused look at Apple from a products standpoint, a business standpoint, and address the question - Does Apple still need Steve Jobs?

Technocracy Radio: Show No. 2

4/21/2007
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This week on Technocracy Radio, host Ken Ray talks with Tim Westergren – founder of Pandora (http://pandora.com) – about the perilous future of Internet radio. Rob Black (http://robblack.com) drops in to talk nanotechnology and Buck Rogers investing, and the space artist Rick Sternbach (http://ricksternbach.com) talks about his work in book covers, science, and the Star Trek universe.

Technocracy Radio: Show No. 1

4/14/2007
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This Week's Technocracy Radio features discussion with August Trometer of Foggy Noggin Software (http://foggynoggin.com) - Rob Black (http://robblack.com) on why companies chase the uncatchable - Author Vernor Vinge on his book Rainbows End and the coming technological singularity.