Bid a fond farewell to our hands-on product podcast with the last-ever weekly CNET Labscast. Read this blog post by Dan Ackerman on Labscast.
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People show up on the subway munching all sorts of stuff. And they leave lots of it behind. And that says a New York Senator, is what brings on the rats. If you Feed ‘Em … you will Breed ‘Em … according to those working to ban food on New York subways. This isn’t the first time some New Yorkers are getting all crummy about the consumption of food in public. Is this a bit of class warfare on wheels?
New podcast, programming and tech in NYC
This is the first episode of a new series Extroverted Developer hosted by Jim Wallace and Ben Gundersen.
Being that this is the first podcast I’ve ever recorded and produced, there’s probably audio issues, additional ums and ahs that I didn’t edit out correctly and other issues with the quality in general. Hope to fix these as we gain more experience in this medium.
In the Bronx, young people were plugging turntables into light posts to invent hip-hop. Along the Bowery, art-school kids were distilling rock music down to its essence to create punk. While others were leading the biggest uprising in western classical music since Stravinsky. It all happened over five years, in a space of less than 200 city blocks in New York City.