Schmorgascast Episode 59!

This week's podcast brought to you with more concentration than our golf game, which is apparently just searching for lost balls.

This week’s podcast brought to you with more concentration than our golf game, which is apparently just searching for lost balls.

In this week’s podcast we discuss the FBI stealing your personal information from Google (watch out what you “google”…), and also how the FBI actually ran a child pornography ring in an effort to catch sex offenders.  Then we go over some tech news, including the HTC One and whether it will come to Verizon, the confirmation that Google and Motorola are making a phone called the “X Phone,” and Apple’s new iPod Touch for $229.  James covers some news on fuel cell technologies, and public-private collaboration on the issue.  We end talking about possibly the most important topic, where 10 schools (including Princeton, Harvard, and others) are now offering cheaper online classes.  Some schools, like San Diego State, are even allowing some of these online classes to count for credit.  We debate.

As usual, you can reach us at Schmorgascast@gmail.com or @schmorgascast on Twitter.  The podcast is available to stream on the right-hand side of the screen, through iTunes, or using a podcast app and plugging in the RSS feed below:

http://schmorgascast.hipcast.com/rss/schmorgascast.xml

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