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Show Synopsis

Craig will wrap up the year in tech by talking with a number of industry experts who write about tech. We will find out what is was the best tech of 2005 and what tech we can expect to see in 2006.

This Weeks Guests!

Kevin Sharpe the Senior Vice President of Blast Guard International will talk with Craig about their new product "BlastWrap" which was nominated by Popular Science as "Best Tech Innovation of 2005"

Jeff Bates the Executive Editor of Source Forge the world's largest open source deveopment site will join Craig to discuss Open Source development and what it has meant to tech in 2005 and what advancements will be made in 2006.

Jeff Bates the Executive Editor of Slashdot will join Craig to discuss their IT News Site and how it tracks tech innovations.

Salim Ismail of PubSub will join Craig to discuss Blogging and Blog Search Engine and Tools.

Joel Dreyfuss of Red Herring an Online Tech Tracking Magazine will join Craig to discuss their top tech in 2005 and the tech trends of 2006.

Rick Merritt of EE Times will join Craig to give us a preview of the Consumer Electronics Show and what tech we can expect to see in Consumer Electronics 2006.

Gregory Porreca from Harvard Medical School will join Craig to discuss DNA Mapping and Imaging Microscopy and what it means to each of us and what we can expect to see in 2006.

DNA Sequencing Becomes Cheaper

Do-It-Yourself DNA Poised to Remake Molecular Biology

Genome sequencing going cheap