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Week Two for the New Tech Podcast

Sara Goo

Hey there. We've done it again. We've got a second-ever podcast up a little early this week. Sam Diaz is on vacation so I'm hosting this week's edition. Mike Musgrove joins me to talk about the future of digital music, off the news earlier this week that EMI plans to release thousands of songs on the MP3 format, which will give music fans more options than iTunes. And Fast Forward columnist Rob Pegoraro chats about his column out tomorrow, in which he complains about Microsoft's Windows Vista and the anti-piracy technology that comes with it.

We'd love to hear what you think so far about our new project. Our goal is to bring readers up to date on technology once a week in a new format with the expertise of Post tech writers. So, good or bad, we'd like to hear from you so we can improve.

Listen to it here or you can subscribe to it via the XML feed or on iTunes.

By Sara Goo  |  April 4, 2007; 4:45 PM ET  | Category:  Sara Goo
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How about a URL (typed out) on your web page right next to the RSS for those of us who have to manually subscribe to your podcasts?

Posted by: Kevin Manson | April 6, 2007 9:39 AM

Im looking forward to the podcast but I would love to hear some technical information from a tool ive been told about which works online and free from Panda Software. Its called Nanoscan and presumably scans and disinfects your pc from any malware, virus, etc. Ive tried and its pretty amazing that it could disinfect stuff that my resident antivirus program couldnt. How come this is possible? Here is the link for people to take a look and try it themselves.
I hope you can comment on the technical aspects taking into account taht security at vista is something quite sloppy as Ive read on forums lately!

Thanks to everyone!

James Lawler

Posted by: James Lawler | April 7, 2007 6:32 PM

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