It's been a pretty quiet blogging day, despite the turmoil on the financial markets. Martin Luther King day in the United States meant that tech news was slow. In the midst of a 600 point drop on the Toronto Exchange, a few of us got together to record the 11 o'clock daily Squawk Box. Jim Courtney, Howard Thaw, Randall Howard, and myself covered the rumored Facebook / Nokia deal, AT&T's corporate iPod plans, and Slide's $50 million investment.
Tomorrow join us as we speak with National Post columnist Duncan Stewart about trends in 2008. The show will be at 2 Eastern, and we'll cover trends ranging from privacy and anonymity, to cheap cellphones, LED lights and … oil.