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How can a single tweet get you stuck in a jail cell overnight and sent on a plane from LA to London? Listen to this week’s Technophilia podcast to find out.

Technophilia is a weekly, irreverent look at the past week in tech. We talk about the big technology headlines, highlight applications we’re using and try to have a good time doing it. So stop whatever you’re doing, right now, and listen to episode 8: “Old man, look at my life…

This week, James scans barcodes in local stores to find cheaper prices on Amazon. Jerk. Justin plays with Walk Score, a tool that lets you know how easy it is to live without a car at a given address Discover Where You Can Walk To From Any Potential Home With Discover Where You Can Walk To From Any Potential Home With Are you looking for a new place to live? Are you concerned about the cost of living? Consider this - you can save a lot of money simply by walking instead of driving to run... Read More . We compare our neighborhoods and agree that where Dave lives kind of sucks. Dave continues to hack his iPhone 4S. James accuses him of Android envy; Justin falls asleep.

Be warned – this podcast contains naughty, NSFW language, which some people may find offensive. It also features MakeUseOf writer Dave LeClair, which all people will find offensive. Sorry, we can’t get him to leave.

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And, of course, this week’s headlines:

  1. Chris Hoffman
    February 8, 2012 at 4:02 am

    The Twitter thing didn't surprise me.

    If it surprises you, you must not have been at the US border recently. Believe me, I know from experience.

    Also, I've listened to a bit of your podcast (I keep meaning to sit down and listen to more.) Entertaining stuff!

    • James Bruce
      February 8, 2012 at 9:34 am

      Thanks chris, I'll have to take all the credit for entertaining parts I think. ;)

      • Dave LeClair
        February 13, 2012 at 4:54 pm


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