May 14, 2012
Cara Philbin, NPR
ON MONDAY SERIES DURING 'ALL THINGS CONSIDERED' & BLOG
The 2.0 version of "All Tech Considered" continues offering reports that explore the intersection of technology and daily life. Every Monday, NPR tech correspondents Steve Henn in Silicon Valley, and Laura Sydell in San Francisco, along with reporters worldwide, will keep listeners up to speed on the latest developments. The revitalized series kicks off today with reports on the Facebook IPO and the shake-up at Yahoo. Anticipated features include looks at the world's largest social media market in China, a rural clinic in East Africa using apps as tools for health care, a social media advice column and a "tech attic" that spotlights the creative technology most people take for granted.
' "All Tech Considered" aims to engage and involve the audience in current tech conversations. Listeners should stay tuned for call outs soliciting audio comments that may be played on air and review submissions. In the meantime, visit http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered to submit tech questions, ideas, and feedback.
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