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Life Online, Trout on Microsoft and PocketMac's Goggins

Wednesday, November 8, 2006: Life Online's Bob Parsons, intellectual property lawyer Brett Trout and PocketMac's Tim Goggin, plus calls, instant messages and emails about pop culture, the day's news and a smattering of technology...it's The David Lawrence Show for a Wednesday.

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Tonight's notes: (?)

7pm PT:

Bob Parsons, Founder and CEO of GoDaddy, and host of Life Online with Bob Parsons, joins us from GoDaddy's HQ in Scottsdale, Arizona and points around the globe, as we join up studios for the Life Online broadcast/podcast to look at Bob's unique take on the day's news, including Cali from GeekBreak.tv and the CEO of ComScore MediaMetrix, and during the commercial breaks and after the on-air hour, Strange Domains, Best of the Blog and What Would Bob Do.






8pm PT:

Brett Trout, attorney, podcaster and publisher of BrettTrout.com, joins us live from Iowa to discuss the ruling by the very intelligent Judge Scott Rosenberg that Microsoft cannot be held liable for "denial of free choice" when it comes to operating systems, and how that affects the hundreds of millions of dollars sought by plaintiffs. Isn't that what we've been saying for years?



9pm PT:

Tim Goggin, co-proprietor of PocketMac.net, joins us live from San Diego to discuss cell phones, PDAs, the synching of the two, and their products to help you do just that. Their new relationship with RIM means lots of cool Blackberry products, and their electronic wallet for the Mac, Secure Notes, is out now and available at the site.



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