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Chips with everything - The Guardian

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Why are teens shoplifting makeup and posting their hauls to Tumblr? How can a blind man run a marathon through the desert with just an iPhone? And what happens to your social media profiles after you die? Week on week we answer questions just like these on our digital culture podcast, Chips with Everything.

Customer Reviews

A good all round podcast

Very goood form guradian unlimited. The panel look at the latest tech news anaylse it. and the discussion is great and there are very intereting

Shallow is the new attention span

There seems to be something about podcasts that reduces everything to the flip, fatuous, and frothy. Punditry rather than journalism. "Tech weekly" has a ghastly Reader's Digest/ Discovery Channel glossy banality to it, impossible to imagine in the written Guardian. Why doesn't anybody do REAL discussions in these things? Try "Little Atoms" on Resonance FM. Come to that, try anything on boring old Radio 4...at least the production values are high.

Oh dear, oh dear

You just have to wonder what....when there is so much cool 'stuff' happening in the world of technology.... drives these guys to create such a mundane Podcast. To call it dummed down is perhaps an insult to, well dumming down. The Guardian has rarely been on top of technology and this time it seems to have failed to an even greater degree. Google some web sites, trust to luck with an Internet search engine.... these people can tell you nothing new. The quality of the studio 'editing' beggars belief as well. Is this the best the UK has to offer technology journalism....? How sad.