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Tech Talk Radio Show 14 of 2007
Transmission date: April 2nd, 2007

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We continue our Search Engine Optimisation program with Adam Lasnik from Google

Adam Lasnik - Google US on Tech Talk RadioDid you know that Google changes its algorithm in a minor way at least every three months? Did you know that there's a major change every 6 to 9 months? SEO or Search Engine Optimisation is becoming paramount when building websites for business and pleasure.

Also this week, we'll hear from Adam Lasnik, Google’s Search Evangelist. (pictured left)

If you want to hear it from the highest authority on the planet, then be sure to tune in as our panelist on the ground in California, Lidija Davis spends some "quality time" with Adam.

This week on Tech Talk Radio

Foxtel pirates fined, Telstra's new $300m fibre obtic able to the states, 3G data wars hot up and Google's April fools joke.


Website of the week:
Google's April Fools Joke

Google TiSP (BETA) is a fully functional, end-to-end system that provides in-home wireless access by connecting your commode-based TiSP wireless router to one of thousands of TiSP Access Nodes via fiber-optic cable strung through your local municipal sewage lines.

Gadget of the week: MP3 player accompanies rubber ducky

Bath time just got injected with a whole lot of fun with the floating JVC digital audio player. This unique musical device comes in the shape of a top and boasts radio functionality to keep your ears occupied even when you've run out of MP3 tunes. Features include an SD memory card slot to expand upon the 256MB internal memory. File formats supported include MP3, WMA, and WMA DRM. A quartet of AA batteries is capable of powering this floating MP3 player for approximately 15 hours. Rubber ducky just got a new bathtime companion

Odd Spot: The BBC has been criticised for filming its Easter Songs of Praise special in November, immediately after a Christmas service. Producers switched flowers and got the congregation to switch seats and ditch winter clothing. "It will give an air of unreality to the Easter program," lamented Jonathan Gledhill, the Bishop of Lichfield. - The Age