Marketplace Tech for Friday, July 11 2014
Jul 11, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Friday, July 11 2014

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First up, Garrett Buhl Robinson from Brooklyn, New York, talks about his internet usage at the New York City Public Library. Then, Washington Post technology reporter Brian Fung joins us to talk about the FCC’s vote on proposed E-Rate reforms. Later, Will Oremus, senior tech columnist for Slate, stops by to discuss the binary messaging tools similar to the Yo app. Finally, Nando Vila, VP of programming for Fusion and host of Soccer Gods, joins Ben for a World Cup-themed Silicon Tally, our weekly quiz on the week in tech news.

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First up, Garrett Buhl Robinson from Brooklyn, New York, talks about his internet usage at the New York City Public Library. Then, Washington Post technology reporter Brian Fung joins us to talk about the FCC’s vote on proposed E-Rate reforms. Later, Will Oremus, senior tech columnist for Slate, stops by to discuss the binary messaging tools similar to the Yo app. Finally, Nando Vila, VP of programming for Fusion and host of Soccer Gods, joins Ben for a World Cup-themed Silicon Tally, our weekly quiz on the week in tech news.

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