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Tech Culture: Coming soon: Holiday Help Desk

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Tech Culture: Coming soon: Holiday Help Desk

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Do you wish you had an expert at your beck and call when shopping for tech gifts? Now you do. From November 23 through December 23, we take your calls, answer your questions, and find you amazing deals on gifts. Our CNET TV staff brings in expert CNET reviewers and insiders from the Net's biggest retailers to make you an expert holiday shopper. E-mail your holiday questions to holidayhelpdesk@cnet.com or call toll free 888-600-2638 during the show to have them answered by the pros.

>> Hey Tom wake up we gotta get ready for Holiday Help Desk. >> No I was having this really good dream. >> Do not tell me. . . >> no it was good. >> . . . about your dreams again. >> Ok. >> I'm still recovering. >> We gotta get ready for Holiday Help Desk. >> Wait! What is that? >> What do you mean what is that? We went over this in the meeting. Holiday Help Desk everyday 4pm eastern, 1 pm Pacific we're answering peoples questions about holiday gift shopping. >> I signed up for this thing right? >> Don't worry we're gonna have help. Shopper.com is sending their product manager to help find deals. Rick Broid [assumed spelling] of the cheapskate is gonna be on >> Hey that's not bad. >> to find other deals. We've got CNET's editors coming in answering questions. >> ok. >> It's not all on you. We even got big retailer people sending folks over with like special deals from their stores. >> Throw in a big names for me big retail guy. >> Ok Best Buy, Newegg, Circuit City, Amazon, B&H, Tiger direct, Crutchfield, [inaudible] need I go on? >> Ok that's actually pretty good but I want free stuff if I'm watching. >> Well we're gonna bribe people yeah we're giving away prices everyday on Crave crave.cnet.com and then we announce the winner on the Holiday Help Desk. >> Ok ok. >> Good stuff too. >> Ok like come on like Nanos, TVs. >> For a starter yes. Nano's Kindle, TVs, we've got 2 32 inch TVs, Netbooks, gift cards, big value gift cards too not like your chinsey ones. >> I apologize I would watch this like every day. >> You're not gonna watch it you're gonna be on it with Cooley, Molly, >> Molly and Cooley? >> Me. >> When is this happening again? [ Background music ] >> Send your questions to holidayhelpdesk@cnet.com or call us during the live show at 888-900-cnet that's 888-900-2386. >> I feel like you're kind of annoyed with me right now. >> Don't be late. >> Ok I'll be there. I got it. >> Good. >> I'll be there. >> Alright.

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