What is MHF Tech?
MHF Tech is your go-to source for all things tech. We have shows that cover all aspects of technology. Be it computers, the internet, phones, photography, home cinema or anything else in the world of tech, we have it covered! At this point in time, we have four shows and these are:
- The MHF Tech Show: This is our flagship show which covers everything in technology.
- MHF How-Tos: If you want to learn how to do something with the tech you have, or just learn about the theory or principles or anything else about tech, then this is the show for you.
- The MHF Games Room: This is the show where we talk gaming.
- MHF Specials: This is the show where we cover the big events going on in the world of tech (e.g. IP EXPO, Cloud Expo Europe, Unified Communications Expo and many others)
- The MHF Enterprise Show: This is the show where we talk about enterprise technology.
- The MHF Judgement Room: This is our product review show.
Each of our shows run for up to 30 minutes and are released on a weekly basis.
About the hosts
Adi Khajuria: Adi is a technology enthusiast and runs his own technology website called Adi’s Tech Site. His interests include, sports, gaming, music, movies, wildlife, photography, virtualisation, Linux, Mac and Windows.
Christopher Johnson: Chris is a Middlesex University graduate with a 1st in Network Management and Security. He works as a “3rd Line” Cisco engineer. He is a keen fan of retro technology such as the Amiga and Commodore 64 computer. His interests include networking, sports, gaming, the history of technology, art, philosophy, penetration testing and science.
Chris’ work can be found on this site in the “A moment with Chris” section.
How did the shows come about?
In the early part of 2011, Adi and Chris were spending some time talking about technology in between classes at University. They wanted to find a way to share their love of technology with the world. A university professor who goes by the name of Clifford Sule fed our post-lecture conversations on technology. It was just before graduation in May 2011 that discussions for a format for our first show took place. From these discussions, The MHF Tech Show was born. Shortly after, they created the other shows mentioned above to cover as many aspects of technology as they can.
Our shows are not locked down to one particular audience. We have listeners all over the world in all countries. We welcome listeners from people in the corporate environment right down to the home user who wants to know more about the technology they are using. It does not matter whether they are 11 years of age or 80 years of age, we are here to inform and help in a friendly manner.
We have a few ways for you to consume our podcast, the first way to do this to download the show using your web browser. On every post for every show we publish, we put a “download” button. Simply right-click that link and select the “save as” option.
In addition to that, you can also listen to the show right in your web browser. We have put a small media player for every episode that we post to this site.
The other way you can consume our shows is by using a podcatcher. This is the software that with actually allow you to subscribe to and download these podcasts. Now, there are many podcatchers available for you to use(All of them are free). It is recommended that you subscribe to our podcasts. This will allow you automatically receive our shows as soon as we release them. If you are on a Mac, Linux or windows PC, then you should consider using Miro. Click the button below to subscribe using Miro.
In addition to this, you can use iTunes to subscribe to our podcasts by using the button below.
The third way you can find us, is using Blubrry. All our previous episodes are also available for download.
Finally, you can find our shows on the Tech Podcast Network. If it’s tech, it’s definitely there.
If you prefer to use Azureus Vuze , then use the following URL as the RSS feed for the downloads. Press the + button right next to the subscriptions button and click “create new subscription”. From there, select RSS and copy and paste the following URL and click “save”.
In addition to that, you can also use the Google button on the right-hand side of the page, this will allow you to subscribe using your Google Reader.