Last updated Sunday, May 4, 2008
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KUOW's Sound Focus
Starting January 2007, I became a regular guest on Sound Focus (formerly The Beat), and appear every Wednesday at 2.07 pm for a 12-minute segment talking about the latest trends in technology and broader issues related to tech. The segment is called The Works, as a sort of homage to and continuation of the standalone program.
You can subscribe to a podcast of my segments.
From 2004 to 2007, I was a regular guest on The Works, John Moe's weekly show on business and technology on Tuesday evenings. My first appearance was on the show's second outing, Jan. 27, 2004. I've been on dozens of times since. You can search for me in their program archives for listening to broadcast shows.
The show was discontinued Jan. 2007 when John went to work as a senior reporter for Weekend America.
A few archived appearances:
Marketplace (PRI) has had me on several times since 2006 to talk about wireless networking and similar matters: the in-flight spectrum auction (May 30, 2006), Anaheim's Wi-Fi network launch (June 29, 2006), cell spectrum auctions (Aug. 9, 2006), the FCC's decision on landlords and Wi-Fi (Nov. 2, 2006) Portland, Oregon's Wi-Fi network launch (Nov. 16, 2006), Skype being offline for a day (Aug. 17, 2007), the critical 700 MHz spectrum auction (Jan. 24, 2008), text messaging prices (Feb. 22, 2008), Google and the cell industry trade show (Mar. 31, 2008)
NPR's Morning Edition, June 27, 2005: Digital photo printing online services are in a price war. Why? To upsell.