Thursday, October 11, 2012

What I did last week...(some of it, anyway)

Oops, forgot to post this earlier. Here's a roundup of some notable broadcast work from last week:

I popped into CTV for an interview with Canada AM's Marci Ien. CTV ran this story on its website. The video link is embedded in the page, or just click here.

Todd Van Der Heyden has a weekly Tech Talk panel discussion on the latest goings-on in the industry.  We talked about Amazon's possible new smartphone. Todd had me and Elias Makos on last week, and the video is here.

My weekly Friday tech segment with CJAD Montreal's Ric and Suzanne is available here. I was also back on-air later that afternoon to weigh in on the Twitter scuffle between the Montreal Gazette's food critic, Lesley Chesterman, and Maclean's Magazine over its Top 50 Restaurants in Canada list. The magazine left some key Montreal eateries off the list. Ms. Chesterman was not pleased. Social media fireworks ensued. Great fun was had by all.

I also spoke with Sun News Network's Caryn Lieberman about whether or not Chinese telecom vendors are a threat to our national security. It's complex, vexing issue, and one that won't have any clean answer anytime soon. Definitely a story to follow.

Your turn: What else should I be writing and talking about? What geek topics bug you?

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