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For http://pop17.com. From Wikipedia: Leo Gordon Laporte (born November 29, 1956 in New York City, New York) is an American technology broadcaster and author. A native of Providence, RI, he now lives in Petaluma, California with his second wife Jennifer and two children, Henry and Abby. Laporte currently owns and operates a netcast network, TWiT.tv. The name is derived from the network's award winning, flagship podcast This WEEK in TECH, or TWiT, which is hosted by Laporte along with a rotating panel of guests usually made up of several other former TechTV employees. This show remains one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes and other podcast subscription services, as evidenced by winning an award at the November 2005 Podcasting Expo in California for the year's best podcast and by its over 280,000 weekly downloads. Laporte prefers to call his shows "netcasts," saying "I've never liked the word podcast. It causes confusion ... people have told me that they can't listen to my shows because they 'don't own an iPod' ... I propose the word 'netcast.' It's a little clearer that these are broadcasts over the Internet. It's catchy and even kind of a pun." With the addition of TWiT.tv's live video feed, the shows are no longer audio-only. Some of his other "netcasts" include Security Now! with Steve Gibson, MacBreak and MacBreak Weekly, both hosted in a fashion similar to TWiT, The Daily Giz Wiz with Dick DeBartolo, Munchcast with Cammy Blackstone, Windows Weekly with Paul Thurrott, FLOSS Weekly, net@nite with Amber MacArthur, and Roz Rows The Pacific (launched June 3, 2008)." Please comment, rate and subscribe! Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/pop17 Follow me on Cocomment: http://www.cocomment.com/comments/sar...