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Joe Klein on TWiT with Leo LaPorte
Leo was interviewing people at the Podcast Convention in Las Vegas in 2009.
Joe Klein was one of the the voices on Zzzzzz, and the line runner of Superfone doing many of the voices.
Phone Phreaking on Tech This!
Technical Shows about phone stuff, phreaking and Asterisk PBX
Show #1 Mark Bernay, Strom Carlsom & Al Bernay on Tech This with Byron Lee 2/6/2003:
Show #2 - Tech This!
With John Draper 4/21/2006
Show #1 - Mark Spencer on Tech This
Check out the Tom & Darryl Show for 4/29/2005. It has Mark
Spencer, Kevin Flemming & Russell Bryant all talking about Asterisk PBX.
They are planning on being on again in the future.
Scott Mason from KROQ interviews four of the most well known comment line runners.
Bryan W. Feedback & Steven Z. Bloopline from "Feedback", and Dan "Dual Phase" & Paul Mack (the Moviemaker).
They explain telephone entertainment. This was at 3am.
Magic Mountain Commercial
Magic Mountain Commercial 1973 on KKDJ 102.7 Los Angeles
Disconnect Recording 1973
New York Telephone Commercial
A funny commercial that Bryan W. Feedback use to play on Feedback.
Red Box Tones
Red Box Tone For A Quarter
Red Box Tone For A Dime
Red Box Tone For A Nickel
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