Techdirt Podcast Episode 106: An Office In A Bag

from the home-is-where-you-plug-in-your-charger dept

After years of working on the go, Mike has the mobile office down to a science — and wherever he sets it up, nearby gadget geeks have plenty of questions and comments (here’s a rundown of his set-up). So this week we’re joined by Espree Devora, host of the podcasts Women In Tech and We Are L.A. Tech, for a fun discussion about today’s high-tech offices-in-bags.

Also: we’re getting ready to record our first exclusive patron-only episode for our supporters on Patreon, which means it’s time for those who backed us at a level of $5/month or more to submit questions for the Q&A portion. If you’re one of those patrons, you can now find a post calling for questions in our Patreon feed and submit yours in the comments. If you’re not, but you want to submit a question or just get access to the episode once it’s released, now’s the time to support the Techdirt Podcast on Patreon. We’ve only gotten a couple questions so far, but at least one is rich enough for us to do an entire episode in response — still, we want to give others a chance, so we’re likely delaying the release of the episode until early next month. If you want to ask a question, don’t wait around!

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