GNC #1049 Cord Cutting Growing



Cord Cutting is having a steady impact to cable companies business models. I can only see this trend accelerating. I hope you join me in Fort Worth on Friday for my induction into the Podcast Hall of Fame. Lots of tech so please enjoy the show.

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Show Notes:
Amiga 1000 30 year Anniversary.
Comcast Business Make Up.
Cable thinks cord cutters is overrated.
Netflix revenge.
ISP Privacy.
Shooting down private drones.
Uber 400 Million Lawsuit.
Veggies on the ISS.
There I was at 170 knots in a SR-71.
14 Billion Years Ago.
Drone Rescue.
Makerbot Factory.
Talking to Windows 10.
Census Bureau Hacked.
Flickr Premium is Back.
Need a Earthquake Kit?
WordPress needs Update.
Google Patent Giveaway.
Earth 2.
Butt Dialers Beware.
Breaking Bad and National Lab.
AT&T has a good quarter.
Amazon is in the Black.
2016 Accord gets Connected.
Meerkat plus GoPro.
Netflix App Update.
Robot Hotel.
DMCA 127.0.0.1 Idiots.
Twich going HTML5.
IE – 4 Security Issues.
OS X Left Un-Patched.

About Todd Cochrane

Todd Cochrane is the Founder of Geek News Central and host of the Geek News Central Podcast. He is a Podcast Hall of Fame Inductee and was one of the very first podcasters in 2004. He wrote the first book on podcasting, and did many of the early Podcast Advertising deals in the podcasting space. He does two other podcasts in addition to Geek News Central. The New Media Show and Podcast Legends.


One thought on “GNC #1049 Cord Cutting Growing

  1. My very first computer in 1987 was the Commodore 64. Pet Basic with some machine language routines. I also ran a BBS called “Skeeter Bytes”, 300/1200 baud. I really think there is absolutely no reference to it on the web, but I still have the original files somewhere. I always transfer them to the next computer for tradition sake.

    I have been listening to the New Media Show for quite a while, Subscribed RSS on Android, but just now subscribed to GNC. Great show. It’s a keeper. Congrats on the induction to the hall of fame, and thanks for all you have done over the years looking out for the little guy in the basement.

    Jeff Holbrook
    holbrooknewmedia.com

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