I'm now a co-host of the Mobile Tech Roundup podcast

I am an avid listener of mobile related podcasts and one of my favorite has always been Mobile Tech Roundup. After hearing James’ and Kevin’s first few shows I actually contacted them to find out how they record such high quality audio and was told to get a Plantronics DSP 500 USB headset/mic. I immediately ordered one and then just never got around to launching a podcast from this blog or Geek.com. When they posted a solitication for an additional host, I immediately sent them my bio and interest. They decided to give me a chance and we just recorded the first show last night that should be posted sometime on Saturday (I’ll link to it from here when it is live).

Check out the announcement for some other details. I am really looking forward to joining the show and spreading my enthusiasm with my voice as well as my writing. Please listen to the show and be sure to let me know what you think so I can improve my contributions.

  1. #1 by JuhaN on July 7, 2006 - 11:29

    I’m really excited to hear you on MOTR!! It’s one of those great podcasts I listen every episode… Even though it’s mostly about Tablets, UMPCs, WindowsMobile and I love my Macs and S60, it’s just a great show!

    If I only could ask a tiny little bit more Symbian stuff and sometimes perhaps a word or two about Apple?!


    ps. Posted on my Nokia E61. I just love it!

  2. #2 by palmsolo on July 8, 2006 - 21:50


    The first show is now live and you can hear me talk about the Nokia N91. I do plan to talk about Symbian and Apple on the show so keep listening and enjoy. They added me to expand their coverage of Symbian, Palm, and other mobile gadgetry.

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