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Imagine hundreds of hardcore geeks sitting at computers in one room—ready, willing, and able to help solve your tech problems."They're the wise-ass kids at the back of the class who know everything that's going on," said Laporte, who hosts several of TWIT's 20-plus podcasts and is also heard nationally on the Premier Radio Network."The chat room has turned out to be a very useful tool because if I don't know the answer [to a tech question], they either know the answer off the top of their heads or they research it and come back with links." Laporte monitors the chat room on a 42-inch TV monitor, one of 10 screens he looks at while doing podcasts or the radio show.Whether it's a new smartphone, a streaming video service, or a cloud-based backup that is driving you nuts, these folks can figure it out.They're in a chat room affiliated with the tech-focused podcast network based in Northern California called TWIT.