Cali Lewis The Show Was An Audio Podcast Available On ITunes But It Has

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She talks about technology and gadgets in a short format, aimed at a broad audience ranging from geeks to tech newbies. The video podcast was released four days a week, with occasional special episodes. The show was part of the Mevio network. Lewis also produced The Crappy Christian Show. The show was an audio podcast available on iTunes, but it has since been removed. She records the show while sometimes broadcasting a live show on Ustream, so people can interact using the chat room.

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In June 2010, after 800 episodes, Lewis ended her partnership with Mevio, which resulted in Geek Brief TV airing its final episode on June 25. Lewis also produced The Crappy Christian Show. Lewis has also appeared on Ustream. She records the show while sometimes broadcasting a live show on Ustream, so people can interact using the chat room. On April 29, 2008, she began doing a weekly show on Ustream covering a wide variety of subjects. The show focuses on a wider range of topics when compared to the daily web show. It is also aired on National Cable Television through the YouToo TV network. The referenced post on her blog and the original tweet have been removed.
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In June 2010 After 800 Episodes Lewis Ended Her Partnership With Mevio

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As part of the backstory for the show, Lewis was cast in the role of the International Director of the fictional Geek Intelligence Agency (the G.I.A). in June 2010, after 800 episodes, Lewis ended her partnership with Mevio, which resulted in Geek Brief TV airing its final episode on June 25. in April 2007, Lewis launched a tech advice blog called Dear Cali. “It’s so sad that smart people don’t pay attention to the science that proves global warming is a hoax.” Her comments were sharply criticized, notably by fellow radio host and podcaster Leo Laporte who said her statements were inconsistent with overwhelming scientific opinion on climate change. in an aside, she once said during an episode of GeekBrief.TV that she is a Libertarian.

On The Site Cali Lewis Answers Tech Questions In The Style And Tone

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It provided news about technology and new releases in the consumer electronics industry. The show was an audio podcast available on iTunes, but it has since been removed. On the site, she answers tech questions in the style and tone of a newspaper advice column. On April 29, 2008, she began doing a weekly show on Ustream covering a wide variety of subjects. On June 10, 2008, at 17:00 GMT she appeared on Ustream to provide live coverage of the Worldwide Developers Conference 2007 (WWDC) and on January 6, 2010 she covered the CES 2010 keynote by Steve Ballmer. After the release of the Amazon Kindle, Lewis decided to change directions with the iCali feed, and use it as her blog for all tech-related news. On February 14, 2009 Lewis raised the issue of a global warming controversy with a post on Twitter. On February 1, 2010, her husband posted a public apology, in which he claims that the original message on Twitter was in fact written by him, using her account without her knowledge.