Thanks for joining me today for a very special episode of TUAW TV Live. Today’s guest is Brian X. Chen, interim editor for Wired.com’s Gadget Lab and the author of the recently published “Always On: How the iPhone Unlocked the Anything-Anytime-Anywhere Future–and Locked Us In.”
To quote the promotional materials for the book, “The iPhone is opening the way to what Brian X. Chen calls the ‘always-on’ future, where we are all constantly connected to a global Internet via flexible, incredibly capable gadgets that allow us to do anything, anytime, from anywhere. This has far-reaching implications — both positive and negative — throughout all areas of our lives, opening the door for incredible personal and societal advances while potentially sacrificing both privacy and creative freedom in the process. Always On is the first book to look at the surprising and expansive significance of Apple’s incredibly powerful vertical business model, and the future it portends.”
Below, you’ll find a Ustream livestream viewer and a chat tool. The chat tool allows you to participate by asking questions or making comments.
If you’re driving somewhere and would like to watch TUAW TV Live while you’re stuck in traffic, please don’t — keep your eyes on the road! However, if someone else is doing the driving, you can watch the show on your iPhone and join the chat by downloading the free Ustream Viewing Application. If you’re on an iPad, you should be able to use the Skyfire Browser to watch the stream, although you will not be able to participate in the chat.
We’ll start at about 5 PM ET, so if you’re seeing a prerecorded show, be sure to refresh your browser until you see the live stream. For those of you who are not able to join us for the live edition, you’ll be able to view it later this evening on our TUAW Video YouTube channel and as part of the new TUAW TV Live podcast viewable in iTunes or on any of your Apple devices.
TUAW TV Live: Brian X. Chen, author of ‘Always On’ originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Wed, 06 Jul 2011 16:55:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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