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Ep. 996: Where it's the end of an era

It feels pretty weird to say it, but we've come to Wilson's last episode as a co-host of The 404 Podcast. It's been an awesome journey with this guy, but we'll send him off with a proper farewell from listeners that have been with us from the beginning. "Uncle" Henry Tapchus joins us as the chat room liaison to help us screen voicemails and get through Adele's "Someone Like You" with our dignity intact.

By February 17, 2012

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The 404 996: Where it's the end of an era (podcast)

It feels pretty weird to say it, but we've come to Wilson's last episode as a co-host of The 404 Podcast.

By February 17, 2012

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The 404 789: Where we're desperately clinging to our last peanut (podcast)

Natali Morris is letting go of her peanuts and leaving CNET, but she'll be here until April 29, which means only four more Natali Thursdays left! On this edition, Google is making news with its latest social networking effort, +1; the government is developing a panic button smartphone app; and Reddit users defend the integrity of the board against link fraud!

By March 31, 2011

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The 404 705: Where Caroline McCarthy is starting The 406 Podcast (podcast)

Caroline McCarthy and Uncle Henry join The 404 today to chat about last weekend's New York Marathon. Congrats to Caroline for finishing her first 26.2-mile race!

By November 9, 2010

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Ep. 498: Where Jeff battles the Triad

We love getting (scheduled) visits from fans of The 404, especially when they come with treats for us! Henry Chu aka Charlie Chu aka Tapchus in the chat room stopped by this morning to pick up some stickers and ends up joining us in the studio for the first segment of the show.

By January 14, 2010

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The 404 Podcast 498: Where Jeff battles the Triad

Two Asian podcast hosts + one surprise Asian guest = a very pale Jeff Bakalar.

By January 14, 2010

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The 404 Podcast 499: Where we turn our heads and cough

Free Taco Bell, Conan's Tonight Show on Craigslist, touch-sensitive iPhone backs, and Steve Wozniak's surprise favorite phone!

By January 15, 2010