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Windows Weekly (MP3)


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A weekly look at all things Microsoft, including Windows, Windows Phone, Office, Xbox, and more, from two of the foremost Windows watchers in the world, Paul Thurrott of and Mary Jo Foley of All About Microsoft. Records live every Wednesday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific/ 19:00 UTC.

Customer Reviews

Great content, great presentation... look forward to more

I really enjoyed the Windows Weekly podcast-- Leo and Paul have good chemistry, and Paul is exceptionally well informed in all matters Windows.

Where did the Windows info go?

During the Win 7 RC days I hung on every word but since the public release. the show went off a cliff, less and less Windows info and more and more pining about the old days and lame jokes. Last weeks show went on for 20 minutes before the first windows info and that was about a law suit. not what I'm looking for. Where does a geek go now a days to get the old stile of Call for Help or Screen Savers type info... not from any TWIT I'm afraid.... Still love you Leo...and wish you all the best but your business model for pod casting empire is not what I'm looking for. If I'm looking for a laugh with no geek content I'll listen to car talk, or Frosty Heidi and Frank

Would be 4 1/2 stars....

I enjoy the content of the podcast, and think that Paul does a great job of stating honest opinions and backing them up. He also takes great care to tailor the content of this podcast to the proper audience, and avoids spinning off into discussions of subjects that should be held elsewhere. Simply stated, the problem is that Leo just talks too much. He should act more as a facilitator, rather than interrupting Paul whenever he is in the middle of saying something interesting. I am a big fan of the Security Now! podcast, and Leo is guilty of the same crime over there. I understand that he is adding "color commentary", but he interrupts too frequently.

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  • Category: Tech News
  • Language: English

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