January 30, 2015: 2,000 Episodes of Day in Tech History
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Today marks a very special day for “Day in Tech History” – the 2,000th episode. I started this show as “This Week in Tech History” back in 2008. On August 10, 2009 I decided to make this a daily podcast – one of only 2 podcasts out there that created content 7 days a week.
Since then, new episodes have come out every day for you to consume. We have definitely had good and bad times – from hackers to missed scheduled items. But in the end, the machine continued to work forward, getting you the daily technology history rundown.
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- Samsung acquires the remaining 51 percent of AST
- Sega announces the Dreamcast will be discontinued