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TechStuff

By HowStuffWorks.com

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Description

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

Fun and informative

I've learned a lot from these brief, entertaining discussions of current technology. They not only explain how the technology in question works, but some of the issues and current news related to it. The two hosts are funny and have a good rapport. Highly recommended.

Thank you

I need this type of information! Very cool and the guys are funny.

Too idiosyncratic

I have listened to every podcast, and now I wonder why I made this choice. The hosts continuously engage in annoying puns and asides that only serve to distract from the topic at hand. They also offer their personal opinions far too often, a habit that wastes an immense amount of time. I am left with the impression that the hosts really don't know their subject matter well. They often say, "I wrote an article on this and . . . " as if they are college students sharing what they discovered in writing a term paper. The podcast often devolves into the hosts sharing their ignorance. I find Wikipedia and Google searches to be more informative and as reliable. A more productive way to keep up on tech is to listen to NPR, read CNN and the NYTiimes, and take an occasional walk through BestBuy. I encourage you to save iPod space by avoiding this podcast.