Episode #15 of the BoingBoingBoing podcast is now online!
Special guest for this episode is author William Gibson, and we speak with him about his new novel, Spook Country. Cory reviewed the novel here, and posted more about its development here.
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We recorded this podcast as a Skype conference call, and captured it with AudioHijack. The audio was later edited in Apple's Garage Band, after some help from Levelator.
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