Episode 41 of the House of Comments podcast "Why must you record my VOIP calls?" was recorded yesterday evening and is out today. This week myself and Emma Burnell are joined by the technical editor of PC Pro Magazine Darien Graham-Smith to discuss the recent joint committee report on the draft communications bill, gay marriage, gun control in the US and Maria Miller's expenses.
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We are having a break for Christmas and the New Year now so will be back recording a new episode on Sunday 6th January.
NOTE: There was a slight technical problem during the recording which meant my voice is slightly out of sync with Emma and Darien. So in a few places where it sounds like they are talking over me a bit, they weren't, it's just the way the recording makes it sound!
PS: A big thanks to Audioboo for hosting the podcast for us and especially to Audioboo's James O'Malley who has helped us out getting relaunched. James is also editor of The Pod Delusion podcast which is about "interesting things" and is well worth a listen too! We would also like to thank Kevin MacLeod from Incompetech.com for our theme music.