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  • Interview: Sun's Savior and CEO Jonathan Schwartz, GigaOm Hiatus

    This week meet Jonathan Schwartz, CEO and President of Sun Microsystems. Learn how he helped the company earn $3.615 billion in revenue for the 08' fiscal Q2. Plus, Om and Joyce say farewell to season one. The GigaOM show will be taking a brief hiatus.

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  • Forget Twitter: Seesmic.com creates online video converations

    Seesmic.com has been described as the video version of Twitter. Loic Le Meur, fouder and CEO of Seesmic, joins us to discuss whether online video conversation will be the next big thing.

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  • Get a Second Life with Philip Rosedale

    This week, Philip Rosedale, the creator of Second Life discusses the economics and future development cycle for it's virtual community.

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  • Om's Return and Brightcove Video

    This week, Om makes a cameo appearance and gives an update on his latest work life status. Plus, meet Jeremy Allaire, Founder and CEO of Brightcove, an online video distribution company defying the limits of traditional media.

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  • Will the future of HP's digital imaging and printing affect your life?

    Meet the Vyomesh (vj) Joshi, the man who helped HP's imaging and printing group generate $26 billion in annual revenue. Learn how the future of printing could impact your life.

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  • Is Technorati up for sale?

    Technorati's new CEO, Richard Jalichandra, on blog search, tracking 250 million pieces of tagged social media and not becoming 'just another Web 2.0 site'

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  • Venture Capital vs. Oil: Funding Clean Tech

    Meet Vinod Khosla, co-founder of Sun Microsystems, a long time venture capitalist and a man determined to help foster clean energy technologies and end our dependence on foreign oil.

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  • John Lilly, the new CEO of Mozilla

    This week meet John Lilly, the new CEO of Mozilla Corporation. Find out what the organization has in store for 2008 and if they will file for IPO.

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  • Free-to-play MMOs profitable?

    $50 for a Massively Multiplayer Online game, plus $15 a month? "That model is going away" says K2 Network's Joshua Hong as MMO's become a dominate form of entertainment in the 21st Century.

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  • Crunchies 2007 Insider Juice

    Heather Harde, CEO of TechCrunch gives you the inside scoop on last week's Crunchies awards

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