Talkcast tonight, 10 PM EDT/7 PM PDT: Father's Day Edition!
Happy Father's Day! If you've made it through all the grilling and presentations of soap on a rope, join me for this week's Talkcast! We shall cover the news of the last week, including the grand debut of the unlocked iPhone and the possibility of the iPhone replacing the iPod touch. Of course, no Kelly-hosted episode is complete without a visit to my House of Crackpot Theories, and we'll do some rampant speculating on new hardware rumors as well.
Remember: If Kelly hosts the show, it means we have an aftershow! TUAWTF covers all manner of topics. Often silly, never recorded. Come share your stories of Dr Pepper cake and bad internet connections.
Your calls and questions help make the show the best it can be, otherwise I'm just talking to myself! To participate, you can use the browser-only Talkshoe client, the embedded Facebook app or download the classic TalkShoe Pro Java client; however, for maximum fun, you should call in. For the web UI, just click the Talkshoe Web button on our profile page at 4 HI/7 PDT/10 PM EDT Sunday. To call in on regular phone or VoIP lines (Viva free weekend minutes!): dial (724) 444-7444 and enter our talkcast ID, 45077 -- during the call, you can request to talk by keying in *8.
If you've got a headset or microphone handy on your Mac, you can connect via the free Blink or X-Lite SIP clients, basic instructions are here. (If you like Blink, the pro version is available in the Mac App Store.) Skype users with SkypeOut credit can call the main Talkshoe number; it's also a free call with the Google Voice browser plugin. Talk to you tonight!
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