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Byte Into It 3RRR Live Broadcast – MKW18


Wed 9 May 2018, 7:00pm–8:00pm

Where: Meat Market, 5 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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What’s the coolest piece of tech from the last 25 years?

25 years of tech. 1 hour to sum it all up. No problem. Hang out with hosts Vanessa Toholka and Warren Davies as they share news, reviews, and interviews on all things tech. Byte Into It is Triple R’s computer and technology show, a weekly chat covering everything from games to social media, new gadgets to big tech brands. Celebrate the 25th anniversary of Byte Into It with a broadcast at the MKW Hub. Come along for the live experience or tune in via 3RRR FM, 3RRR Digital, or Triple R website.

Vanessa Toholka
Vanessa Toholka is a technology commentator on Triple R, and a producer and presenter on Byte Into It. She's a knowledge manager for a professional services firm, and a board member of Digital Rights Watch.

Warren Davies
Warren has been a producer and presenter on Byte Into It for seven years and is particularly interested in how technology shapes organisations and commerce. He is Managing Director and Partner at Melbourne digital agency Pretty Neat.