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June 14, 2006 4:42 am





Regarding today’s interview of Martin Buckley for Novell Open Audio, I have a cool “I ask tough questions” t-shirt for someone who leaves us a good question for Martin Buckley on our voice line. That’s +1 801 861-1313, or toll free In the U.S., it’s 800-218-1400.

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  1. Live questions next? We’ll need the 5 second delay loop I’m sure.. 🙂

    “And next up it’s Nancy from Baltimore – Good Morning Nancy – and how can we help you with your timesync problems..”

    Next thing we’ll be syndicated on NPR on Saturday mornings.

  2. We did the interview – the full behind the scenes revelations are at my Evil ZEN Scientist Blog.

    I will repost here if people ask for it.

  3. By:Uwe

    You guys ignore the rest of the planet again. These days it should be possible to have a toll free number for other countries as well.

  4. Uwe – email is welcome – as is Skype.

    There are plenty of ‘zero cost’ options for contacting Novell Open Audio.

  5. Uwe:
    Martin is correct. We accept questions by email, and when we use them on the show, we send a shirt.

    Getting worldwide toll-free is very expensive. As is shipping a shirt internationally. I was hoping that shipping internationally was enough. 🙂