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Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Jun 18, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, June 18, 2014

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First, Ben talks with John Rossman, a former Amazon executive and author of The Amazon Way, about how Jeff Bezos runs the company, and how a 3D smartphone fits in with Amazon’s long term plans. Plus, Molly Wood, technology columnist at the New York Times, talks about YouTube’s new music service and its move to block content from artists who don’t sign on. Finally, we check in with Dag Spicer, a computer historian and senior curator at the Computer History Museum, about an early prototype of the Microchip that’s being auctioned this week.

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First, Ben talks with John Rossman, a former Amazon executive and author of The Amazon Way, about how Jeff Bezos runs the company, and how a 3D smartphone fits in with Amazon’s long term plans. Plus, Molly Wood, technology columnist at the New York Times, talks about YouTube’s new music service and its move to block content from artists who don’t sign on. Finally, we check in with Dag Spicer, a computer historian and senior curator at the Computer History Museum, about an early prototype of the Microchip that’s being auctioned this week.

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