Content summary: Discussion: the social media experiment; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; digital footprint study from Pew; you own dot-org but what about dot-com?; social networks deliver product recommendations; BBC readies new user-customizable website; Lee Hopkins reports on Second Life now that the goldrush is over, the Australian Federal Police and paedophiles, and on why he disagrees with Chip Griffin; listeners’ comments discussion; new version of Audacity released; FIR editions over Christmas and New Year; music from Bernie Goldbach: the Wyclef Jean Mashup; and more.
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Show notes for December 17, 2007
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