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Podcast Greg Knieriemen and trusty sidekick Ed Saipetch have posted another Nekkid Tech classic. This week they chat to Mark Twomey (aka "StorageZilla") and "disruptive tech diva" Christina Weil.

This week:

  • Ed and Greg figure out data plans in Europe;
  • Thai massage parlours in Soho;
  • Spotify vs Pandora;
  • Fatboy Slim's subliminal Apple Server message;
  • Diane Greene's appointment to Google's board of directors;
  • Installing Kindle Fire Android ROMs;
  • Amazon becoming the crack dealer of cloud;
  • yet another Silicon Valley website covering start-ups; and
  • the proliferation of storage startups.

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