The News Review:
- CNET News Daily Podcast: Say hello to the Palm Pre
- Macworld Expo and Games
- Podcast: Why We’re Going Broke
- Help! No More Free Beatles Podcasts
- Podcast: nce More With Feeling
- Daily podcast ‘” January 9 2009
- GarageBand ’09: What you need to know
CNET News Daily Podcast: Say hello to the Palm Pre
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CNET News reporter Tom Krazit takes a look. That and other headlines of the day on Thursday’s CNET News Daily Podcast.
Macworld Expo and Games
comGaming has had a diminished presence at Macworld Expo in recent years. But that?s not stopping us from assembling a panel of Mac gaming luminaries for this special Expo edition of the Macworld Podcast.
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Podcast: Why We’re Going Broke
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He explains why Americans have a tendency to overspend gives advice on resisting such materialism and shares how he paid off his own credit card debt. You can also pick up this week’s Alpha Consumer Tip of the Week on.
Help! No More Free Beatles Podcasts
(Sure the commentary was in Norwegian but beggers can’t be choosers. )Although the Beatles’ music company Apple has yet to seal a deal to release the band’s catalog for download NRK believed it could get away with the podcasts thanks to an agreement with the International Federation of the Photographic Industry trade group. The deal allowed podcasts to be made out of radio shows broadcast the previous four weeks. But because the podcasts were taken from ur Daily Beatles a program NRK aired in 2007 the network was contractually obliged to remove them. Norway’s version of NPR hoped to present a podcast for all 212 episodes of ur Daily Beatles by the end of the month but managed to give away only 14. There’s still no word on when Apple will finally put the Beatles’ music online. In a terse statement the company would only say the NRK podcasts “are not authorized.
Podcast: nce More With Feeling
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even as the clock ticks towards doom and gloom. n this first Capital Notes Podcast of 2009 we catch you up on Governor Schwarzenegger’s new budget plan his veto of the Democratic plan and everything in between. Capitol Weekly’s Anthony York and I also take a quick look at the early rumblings in the 2010 race for governor.
Daily podcast ‘” January 9 2009
Creamer Media’s Engineering News South Africa
Friday January 9 2009. From Creamer Media in Johannesburg I’m Shannon ‘Donnell. Making headlines today:n Thursday economists said that the economic outlook for South Africa for the first half of the year was “bleak” with economic growth coming very close to a recession if the country didn’t actually slip into a recession. Fanie Joubert an economist at the Efficient Group said he expected the average economic growth for 2009 to be between 05% and 1%.
GarageBand ’09: What you need to know
You also have more template options when starting a new project. In the past for example when you launched a new Podcast project the GarageBand window filled with appropriate empty tracks?Podcast Male and Female Voice and Jingles. GarageBand ?09 extends those templates to include Piano Loops Acoustic Guitar Electric Guitar Keyboard Collection Voice Songwriting and Podcast. Choose one of these project types and GarageBand?s window is populated with appropriate tracks.