In view of the other compelling events happening on 29 March, we at Tech65 have decided to move our recording of the 65th Episode of 65 Bits to 5 April (1 week later).
So please mark your calender, with the following information.
65th Episode of 65Bits Podcast.
Date: Saturday, April 5, 2008
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Geek Terminal
Street: 55, Market Street (Near Raffles Place MRT, opp. Golden Shoe Complex)
City/Town: Singapore, Singapore
and we’ll see you on the 5th!
P.S. Jerrick will be baking cookies for YOU!!! 🙂Posted by NTT | 1 Comment
Hello our little Minions,
We the lord-masters of Tech65 have noticed that there are two other compelling events happening on 29 March at what would be the same time as our Live Recording of Episode 65. In light of this startling revelation, we should’ve smote those who dare defy us but have decided in our magnanimity to forgive them their sin and move our 65th Episode to another glorious date: April 5 2008.
It may sadden you the piteous and yet hardy folk who listen to our show that we will however be skipping this week’s podcast, and take a well earned rest, to recharge and savor the fruits of our labors. Also some of us will be attending the other events on the 29th, so expect us to grace you with our presences.
You, humble listener have no choice but to attend on the 5th of April, any excuses will not be tolerated and shall be dealt with with SlaveMaster Farinelli’s Whip of Temerity, Point Guard Jerrick’s Stiletto of Blind Justice, Flautist Daniel’s Double Bass of Resonance, Defenestrator NTT’s Ten Thousand Spikes of the Coconut Tree, and Getaway Car Driver Kai Yi’s Old Laptop of Split Coffee.
Meanwhile, You are commanded to check out the alternate events on the 29th of March:4 Comments
With us, Getting the 64 essential vitamins just isn’t enough. Not when you’re camped out at some different location, discussing tech and driving away the frightened townspeople. Particularly when we begin to rail and flail against the local media for its irresponsible reporting and so on. We look at Apple extensively, see that the first Service Pack for Vista is out (more on that… later), and most importantly, give you an interesting way to save some cash. Lastly, all of us @ Tech65 strongly encourage everyone to protect yourselves with Gadgetrack, because if you don’t look good, well than change your hair product.
PS. 65th Coming Up. *Jerrick breaks out the Farinelli Wasting Device, Vodka and its little brother, Rum*
Stare AT US!
-play Star Wars theme-
65bits Episode 63
Return of the Stig
As the Podcast approaches the 65th week of its reign, Lord Farinelli finds himself flooded with events, which he faithfully attends under Emperor NTTine’s orders, dominating all with his superior camwhoring skills. As Senator Jerrick battles to prevent punctuality from becoming a law punishable by blaster squad, he dispatches an urgent request to Jedi M. Dan for help, who returns the dispatch with his young apprentice, feared in the lightsaber-wielding community as…
The Stig.4 Comments
As the wind blows, so goes the time, and we have finally arrived at such time that the great one, His Steveness, has deigned to provide us with an SDK we can use for the iPhone. We are also filled with a pleasant sensation that Apple has also decided to provide us Asians with the ability to print books, calendars and various other miscellany with the iPhoto printing program. We are also given a sense of general serenity that our computers will now be protected and saved with the coming of the program GadgetTrack for Windows, a piece of software that if used, will broadcast information of the location your stolen/misplaced computer, the next time someone tries to use it. Its easy, painless, and gives you the peace and serenity to remember that we are only human but technology can help save our delicate heinies.
With great positive energy flows,
Jerrick the Shaman, NTT the Druid, Farinelli the Serene, Bernard the Wise and Tim the Wondering Traveler
Hey, welcome to another exciting adventure with the Cranky Geeks. I am you host NTT Dvorak, and we’ve got a great show lined up for you this week. Let’s start by introducing the Cranks.. Starting with Farinelli Rupley, the co-crank, editor for “Discuss the Net”, and more.. On his right is the Apple Fanboi, Michael Cheng Mathews, the lazy serial entrepreneur and someone who works with WIMPs.. And on Farinelli’s left we have Daniel Lee, managing editor of Tech65 and Eucharis and an ardent supporter of the PCG (Prevention of Cruelty to Gadgets) movement..
Lets start with the story, “Encryption has been Hacked!”…1 Comment