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Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 45


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Richard Hay

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Welcome to Episode 45 of the Observed Tech PODCAST.  In this episode we are talking about IE wanting you back; the official Google+ App for Windows Phone; ethics and social media; Microsoft resources for dealing with malware and viruses; print encyclopedias versus WikiPedia; Nokia Lumia 900 FAQ; Pinterests scams; Office 365 services drop in price; Federal Reserves Twitter account; the Evolution of the Moon; PC Pitstop March newsletter; Amazon Prime adds Discovery programs to its video library; installing an SSD in your PC; passwords when you die; major browsers coming to Windows 8 Metro; Twitter buys Posterous; Dancing with Star Wars; top 5 online scams and PS2 still tops PS3 in homes.

We wrap up with a look at the past week on WindowsObserver.com.

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Show Links:

  • Internet Explorer wants you back, say it’s different this time (GeekWire)
  • Official Google+ Windows Phone app confirmed to be on the way (WP Central)
  • Ethics and Social Media: Where Should You Draw The Line? (Mashable)
  • Microsoft resources and guidance for removal of malware and viruses (Microsoft KB)
  • With the encyclopedia dying, Wikipedia is slowly gaining ground in education (The Next Web)
  • US & international Nokia Lumia 900 FAQ (WP Central)
  • Pinterest Scams on the Rise- Protect Yourself [PICS] (Mashable)
  • Lower prices for Office 365 starting today. (MSDN)
  • Federal Reserve Launches Twitter Account (Mashable)
  • NASA Video: Evolution of the Moon (On Orbit)
  • PC Pitstop Newsletter – March 2012 (PC Pitstop)
  • Amazon Prime video adds 3,000 titles from Discovery (Tech Radar)
  • Migrating to SSD: Get yourself a new computer without getting one (cNet)
  • How To: Use an SSD Drive as Main Drive for Windows 7 (WindowsObserver.com)
  • Dave’s Computer Tips: Passwords when you pass away (PC Pitstop)
  • Google Confirms It’s Working on Chrome for Windows 8 (Mashable)
  • Twitter has acquired shortform blogging company Posterous (The Next Web)
  • Dancing with the Star Wars: Sorry, but this is just wrong (GeekWire)
  • Windows Talk: Top 5 Types of Online Scams that Everyone Should Know (PC Pitstop)
  • PS2 still tops PS3 in U.S. homes, and other surprising stats from the game world (GeekWire)

WindowsObserver.com Week in Review:

  • Does the Windows 8 Consumer Preview Product Key Contain a Secret Message?
  • Pinterest Updates Their Terms of Service
  • Angry Birds Space on Windows Phone Handsets: An Abort or Launch?
  • ATT Announcement: Nokia Lumia 900 Coming Soon
  • Windows Phone App Flow: Here’s Joe
  • TweetDeck Updated to Add Some Features Back
  • Bing Aerial Europe, Aerial US, Insects and Flora Dynamic Theme Updates for 22 March 2012
  • Angry Birds Space Launches
  • More Smoked By Windows Phone Challenges Heading to TV As Commercials
  • Windows 8 Developer How To Posts from Microsoft’s Doctor Z
  • Is StatCounter Grinding An Axe With Microsoft?
  • Windows Live Essentials 2011 Software Suite Updated
  • Tracking Down the Nokia Lumia 900 Release Date
  • Windows Home Server Does It Again

Date Produced: 25 March 2012

Length: 52:16

Format: MP3, 128KBPS

Size: 47.8MB

This PODCAST is a member of the TechPodcast Network.

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