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Interview with Chris Hardwick

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The host of The Nerdist podcast and author helps us get to the heart of nerddom.
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Fred Armisen's favorite music apps

Mar 13, 2011
Saturday Night Live's Fred Armisen discusses some of the music apps he likes.
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The Hold Steady's Craig Finn tells us what's on his phone

Jan 14, 2011
/**/ I'll be perfectly honest here: The Hold Steady is pretty much my favorite band in the world right now. Has been for several years. I tra...
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Susan Orlean's favorite apps of 2010

Dec 30, 2010
It wasn't that long ago that when you said "apps," people thought you were talking about, like, shrimp puffs or jalapeno poppers: appetizers. But now applications for mobile phones are just part of life for a lot of people who use them. Susan Orlean of The New Yorker magazine joins us to talk about the apps she loved most in 2010.
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Neil Gaiman's favorite photography app: Vignette for Android

Dec 3, 2010
We asked our pal Neil Gaiman about his favorite app for his Android phone. The man behind the Sandman series of comics and books like Coraline and...
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Julia Sweeney tries to Lose It

Nov 15, 2010
Julia Sweeney has an eclectic resume. She's been an accountant, sketch comedy performer on Saturday Night Live, movie actress in projects ranging...
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Rosanne Cash sings a Cleartune

Nov 8, 2010
Always in tune. Singer/songwriter Rosanne Cash has a celebrity app review.
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