Update: 1:41pm CST - My bad. I accidentally linked to the last Podcast in the RSS feed (that plays above and goes out to iTunes). I just fixed it, but it usually takes a little while for the RSS update to push through. The direct MP3 link below works, or you can just give it a little while and it'll be good to go. Sorry about that! Just made the fix from the airport as I'm about to board a plane...talk about dedication! *
As promised in Podcast Episode 028, we recorded a Special Edition CES 2009 CrackBerry Podcast live from Las Vegas. After the "work" day was done on Saturday we left the Convention Center and made our way to the Heart Bar at Planet Hollywood for some liquid relaxation. But before the evening festivities got too full into swing, we fired up the podcast recording gear and went around the circle to reflect on the big show.
With Craig Johnston not in attendance for this podcast, we had lots of co-hosts on the air to fill the role of Expert. Joining me was our old friend Al Sacco (CIO.com), new friend Nan Palmero (BBCool) and our on location Crack Team bloggers and forums moderators Adam Zeis, David Boyd and Leo Garcia.
This episode is rough - lots of background noise, no editing and yes we do take a couple of short breaks to order more drinks (more than once!). But if you're a CrackBerry Podcast listener this is an episode you won't want to miss. Enjoy the show!!
Listen to CrackBerry.com Podcast: Episode 029
- Recorded: Saturday, January 10th, 2008 @ 5:15pm PST
- Show Length: 47m38s
- File Size: 16.5.MB
Big Thanks To:
- Everyone Who Joined in for this Special Edition Podcast! Al Sacco, Nan Palmero, and the Crack Team: David Boyd, Leo Garcia, Adam Zeis and Alli Berry (Adam's GF!)
- The Heart Bar at the Planet Hollywood for not kicking us out
- Dieter Bohn for use of his SnowFlake microphone!
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