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Site News The Geekcast.com Network, Webcaster of The Linux Show, is taking up residency at next month's Linux World Expo, in New York. And it wants to interview The Register from the floor. We're honoured - how could we refuse an invite from the CNN for geeks. Geekcast wants to know what makes British geeks tick.

Why don't you tell us and we'll share your thoughts with the world. Geekcast has broadcast The Linux Show for around a year, which makes it "the world's longest running Linux-focused broadcast". The company has big-plans this year to create a worldwide broadcast network dedicated to geeks. ®

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