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John Cook, former Swype CEO Mike McSherry of Nuance, Todd Bishop, and Erynn Rose of KIRO Radio.

Well, that was a ton of fun. Thanks to everyone who joined the GeekWire team last night as we recorded our KIRO Radio show in front of an audience for the first time.

IMG_6237 copyIt was a thrill for John and me to get out of the studio and hear the feedback from the crowd as we rounded up the week’s tech news and were joined by a great lineup of guests, providing some of the best content we’ve had on the show.

If you missed the event in person, you can tune in at 7 a.m. or 9 p.m. this Saturday on KIRO Radio (97.3 FM in the Seattle region). The show is also available as a podcast via in iTunes and Stitcher, and as always we’ll be posting the show on GeekWire this weekend.

Thanks to our guests, Mike McSherry of Nuance; Tom Leung of Yabbly; and Dan Crowdus, a.k.a. the Icarus Kid, for bringing their insights and entertainment to the show.

Thanks also to our meetup sponsors, PostmatesDouble Down Interactive, and Outlook.com; to our partners at KIRO Radio for their support; and to the HUB Seattle for being such great hosts.

We’ve posted a sampling of pictures below. See our Facebook page for an expanded gallery of photos from the night for tagging and sharing.

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John Cook, Tom Leung of Yabbly, Todd Bishop and Erynn Rose of KIRO Radio.

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Name that Tech Tune winner Kyle Kesterson with his new iPad mini, courtesy Double Down Interactive.
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Nintendo mix master Dan Crowdus, a.k.a. the Icarus Kid, talks about his music.

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See our Facebook page for more photos.

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