Talk:The Tech Guy

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I copied most of the Wikipedia entry for now. I'm not sure if this is taboo or not. If so, feel free to delete it. I thought it was better to have something than nothing. --The Frogman 21:39, 9 January 2009 (PST)

I attached the deletion request template because I believe there is a licensing conflict between the Wikipedia content and the TWiT wiki, but I'm not 100% sure. All Wikipedia text is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License which is not compatible with the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license, which the TWiT wiki licenses all of its text under. If we have permission to use this content (not sure who the copyright holder would be) under the CC-BY-NC-SA license then feel free to take the deletion request down. In either case I no longer believe we should be using Wikipedia content under the current license. --Steveh 19:54, 10 January 2009 (PST)
I wasn't sure. I just wanted something up there. I removed the wiki material and put in a basic description until someone else can do something more thorough. --The Frogman 21:35, 10 January 2009 (PST)

chronological or reverse chronological

Any particular reason it's currently ep 900 to 895, instead of 895 to 900? Perhaps it would just be easier to link to /ttg, because any "recent episodes" list will have constant maintenance associated with it!

RChandra (talk) 12:29, 26 August 2012 (PDT)

Interstitial Premiere Networks Music

One the common interstitial music tracks used by Premiere Networks channel 7 and The Tech Guy show is now publically available for listening on Youtube: [1] "Meat Stick" as posted by the owner of the song, D. DiFonzo. Premiere uses a shorter 1:00 edit of the same track but it is otherwise the same song, which is also available for purchase on Google Play Music as well.

The actual shorter radio edit version can be found by searching at Manhattan Production Music [2] and there is an even shorter edit there. Multiple length cuts are normal for production music. MPMMusic does not generally sell songs to the public but the music library is free to listen and play.

MusicChase (talk) 10:50, 1 August 2016 (PDT)