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TechStuff is a show about technology. And it’s not just how technology works. Join host Jonathan Strickland as he explores the people behind the tech, the companies that market it and how technology affects our lives and culture.

Customer Reviews

Brilliant...people should give this a chance.

I thought Tech stuff might be a bit naff because of the write up (sort it out guys), as it hints at the podcast telling you literally 'how stuff works'. Whilst that is a good podcast in itself, I was hoping that this might be more about technology itself rather than how it my surprise It was just what I was after. Far from boring you to death with 'how things work' the two presenters just talk about the relevant item, how it affects us today and...well, I cant really describe it very well either, all I can say is that this podcast is now on my regular list and I dont miss an episode. If you like Tech and you like to know on a basic, simple to understand yet indepth level about how these things affect us etc..then this will be for you...heck..maybe even I gave this a bad description..If you like Tech stuff that wont bore you to this! The two presenters are worth listening to, they know their stuff and make it fun and interesting. I dont know how many listeners you get guys but you really have a good podcast here...keep it going!

Poor showing

Really hoped that I'd love this podcast, but to be totally honest it's a bit amateurish and simple. I'm not trashing it for the sake of it, and if you need a bare bones and simple explaination of something then this is a good start. If you read technology press and websites regularly, then you aren't going to be blown away by this.


One of the best podcasts around! This is good for all those people who can't be bothered to spend hours searching through the Internet and just want the best tech info in bitesize chunks! Keep it up!