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Lab Rats (Large MP4)

By Revision3

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Description

Lab Rats was one of the very first video podcasts on the Internet, launched in October 2005 by technology journalists Sean Carruthers and Andy Walker. Originally launched as an offshoot of the work Sean and Andy were doing for G4TechTV Canada's "Call For Help," the long running show has evolved to become a clear and understandable exploration of technology, making it easy to grasp for the beginner and expert alike.

Customer Reviews

L.A. Brats (North)

The characters these two 'play' in this podcast are intended to be funny and playful. Andy, in real life, is just a writer with almost no tech knowledge. Sean has a tech background and attempts to bring Andy up to speed with ridiculous props and explanations. Their onscreen antics and occasional inflamatory comments of Windows vs Macintosh eventually convinced me to unsubscribe from this podcast.

La Brats is not accurate.

Sean Carruthers is thoughtful and well informed and shows a likable character. Andy plays the part of a geek-wanna-be who is limited to throwing barbs at MacIntosh to get viewer comments. It has degraded to just another Ford vs GM type of bashing.

A bad cross between John C Dvorak and Leo Laport

Andy Walker shows his PC bias frequently and has shown himself to not be worthy of factual reporting. He has two PC based books that he constantly mentions. Advertisers BEWARE: If you support this podcast, I suspect you will reach a deminishing audience and put your product in a bad light.