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The Podcastle episode 7: Importing and piracy


8:47 AM on 03.01.2008
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Listen up, wankers. The Podcastle is here in full force once again, featuring Jim Sterling, Atheistium, Wardrox and nerdcore community blogger Wilbo. This episode, we discuss importing and piracy, their benefits, downsides and effects.

We also spend ages talking about what arsehammers the people at Nintendo are -- but what's new there?

If you want to know what they should have called Professor Layton, how Sean Connery would sound if he was a gamer, and how the BRITISH EARTHQUAKE affected us, then you need to listen to The Podcastle right now.

Also, this episode sees our first ever contest. Listen to the show for more details, but to clarify -- record an audio sketch for Episode 8 of The Podcastle and post it in your CBlog. The best skit not only appears on the show, but its creator will win FABULOUS PRIZES! The only catch is that you cannot enter the contest if you are legible for entry into the main Dtoid contests. In other words, no Americans (this has nothing to do with the fact that we can't afford to ship stuff that far). Enjoy.






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