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Vintage Kawasaki and fresh iPhone Navizon and Smart Family

Thursday, October 4, 2007: Garage Ventures's Guy Kawasaki, Cyril Houri of Navizon and The Smart Family Show's Maxwell Smart, 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 Thursday.

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Next: David Lawrence's Personal Netcast - 10/4/2007 >>

Tonight's notes: (?)

7pm PT:

In this classic 2004 interview, Guy Kawasaki, Macintosh evangelist, venture capitalist and author of TheThe Art of the Start, joins us live from Silicon Valley to discuss his career, his funding of startups, the concept of the garage company and this new book, which lays out his philosophy about starting anything, including a technology business.

8pm PT:

Cyril Houri, founder and CEO of Navizon, joins us live from New York City to look at his new product, combining Wi-Fi, GSM/CDMA and GPS to provide p2p positioning and location services. You can not only use this to find your way around, but you can also find the typical geographical features: attractions, restaurants, theaters, gas stations, and the like. The cool thing about this system is that it auto-updates based on its users actually using the system and adding new (and taking away no longer available) hot spots and cell towers - a true, legal use of peer-to-peer technology. In this installation of their saga, Apple ruins their iPhone hack version with an update.

9pm PT:

Maxwell Smart, host of The Smart Family Show, and former NeXT employee, joins us live with his family to discuss their upcoming trip across the country in their tricked out Smart Family RV. They get Vermont Teddy Bears and more in this episode.

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