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We talked about HP’s decision to discontinue its webOS devices, the prospects for taking on Apple’s iPad, Facebook’s new privacy controls, Scientific American naming Seattle the No. 1 tech city in the country, and this weekend’s Penny Arcade Expo — geez, we covered lots of stuff — during GeekWire’s periodic appearance on the Weekday program on KUOW-FM in Seattle this morning.

I particularly enjoyed when Marcie Sillman, filling in for regular host Steve Scher, took note of the shiny MacBook Pro I brought into the studio and pointed out that she was running not one but two Windows PCs at that particular moment. Just for the record, my other favorite machine is a ThinkPad running Windows 7. (Maybe I need a laptop sticker to that effect.)

At any rate, here’s the audio in case you missed it, and links to the stories we discussed.

Here’s a direct link to the MP3 in case you have any problems with the player.

HP, Apple, iPad, webOS and the upheaval of the PC market

HP shedding PC business: Why Microsoft should buy it

Tablets changing video habits, playing into Amazon’s strategy

Facebook shakes up privacy settings, promising new and clearer controls

Seattle named No. 1 tech city in U.S. by Scientific American* 

Pax Prime website … Our earlier interview with Robert Khoo of Penny Arcade about PAX.

Amazon seeks Lab126 trademarks in advance of expected tablet debut

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