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GBIC >> PowerBASIC >> Talk Shows

Talk Shows
The slowest form of communication is voice - so why do I like listening to Internet Talk Shows? Simply put - it's fun!

Ok, it's also educational and timely. But so is any one of the many written media. I simply enjoy getting hear some of the personalities, so I do listen to online talk shows.

The bad news is that while there are several online talk shows, none are dedicated exclusively to PowerBASIC. The good news is that some of the talk shows are generic enough to be of interest to PowerBASIC programmers.

Here are my recommendations for shows you should consider listening to. They're educational and entertaining.

  • CrankyGeeks
    All things computer
    (John Dvorak)

  • .NET Rocks!
    .NET platform emphasis
    Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell

I'll be adding/taking away entries here, but I don't plan to list any more than 5-10 shows. Like any other resource I describe on my site, the goal is to describe a subset of available resources - only those which I recommend you monitor/use regularly, rather than provide you with a long shopping list which you have to filter on your own.

If you have suggestions on talk shows to add to this list, please let me know.