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Thu Oct 16 17:57:14 2014 UTClccn-no950525690.00An Interview with Walt Mossberg0.241.00Charlie Rose43886716Walt_Mossbergno 950525693953614Mossberg, Waltnp-rose, charlieRose, Charlielccn-no2007073595Charlie Rose, Inclccn-n80014556WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)lccn-n95099004Myhrvold, Nathanlccn-no99085924Rose Communicationslccn-n2004101923CNET Networks, Inclccn-n86810571Microsoft Corporationlccn-n80050398National Broadcasting Companylccn-n91093126Alexie, Sherman1966-np-minor, halseyMinor, HalseyMossberg, Walter S.InterviewsMicrocomputersComputer networksMossberg, Walter SUnited StatesMyhrvold, NathanAlexie, Sherman,CNET Networks, IncIndian authorsSpokane IndiansArtificial satellitesNational Broadcasting CompanyMicrosoft Windows (Computer file)Microsoft CorporationTelecommunicationTechnologyInformation technologyTechnological innovationsWireless communication systemsBloomberg, MichaelInformation networksInternetGates, Bill,Technology--Social aspectsInternet industry--ManagementJournalistsComputer industryTechnological literacy194719952000200120052006200815466004.16QA76.51471ocn032273476book19950.21Mossberg, Walter SThe Wall Street journal book of personal technology21ocn063171102visu20050.92The Charlie Rose ShowCharlie Rose discusses the year in technology with Walt Mossberg, a technology columnist for the Wall Street Journal, and Reed Hastings, the CEO and founder of NetFlix11ocn436873213visu20081.00Charlie RoseInterviewsBill Gates and Mike Bloomberg join forces to fight global tobacco epidemic; A discussion about the iPhone 3G with Walt Mossberg, Michael Arrington, and Steven Levy; A conversation with author and former CIA analyst Ken Pollack about his book, A path out of the desert : a grand strategy for America in the Middle East11ocn050438423book20001.00Mossberg, Walter SThe future of the Internet beyond the PC01ocn053061015visu2001An Interview with Walt MossbergInterviewsThe columnist for the Wall Street Journal discusses the "techno elite" who he believes to be responsible for the poor useability of their products and notes the Macintosh as an exception. He also discusses the realtionship between useability and profits, the emergence of Internet and handheld devices, and the development of the Internet as a pervasive electrical grid31ocn183634397visu20060.82Charlie RoseSoftwareInterviewsWalter Mossberg discusses Microsoft Windows 98, Nathan Myhrvold discusses the satellite imaging software Terraserver, Halsey Minor discusses CNET's merger with NBC, and American Indian writer Sherman Alexie discusses his screenplay for the movie Smoke SignalsThu Oct 16 15:34:09 EDT 2014batch5083