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Jamillah Knowles | 18:03 UK time, Tuesday, 17 February 2009

Covering technology old and new, the podcast this week takes a look into the future as well as the past.
If we mentioned a place that you would like to visit online, then you can find all the links right here:

  • The end of TV as we know it? The analogue switch off is on the way in the states. Technology forecaster Paul Saffo tells us why he will be attending its funeral.
  • Geek ink? These guys do. Ed Morita of Baker's Hours and Drew Olanoff have chosen tech tattoos for quite different reasons. Drew's tattoo fundraising was finally called at $2112USD.
  • Science lovers may have noticed that this year marks Darwin's 200th birthday. Michael D Barton joined us to talk about why he blogs about Darwin.
  • A familiar blip - blip sound returns to our ears. The curator of the Pong Museum tells us about when the ball was square.

If you have seen a blog or heard a podcast that you think we should know about, drop me a line at podsandblogs -at- bbc.co.uk I'd love to hear from you. Or you can follow us on Twitter.


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