We're back in familiar surroundings for the 31st episode of the Engadget Show, and boy do we have a lot planned for this month. Some might say it's too much. To those people we shake our heads disapprovingly. We're pushing the limits this time out, testing the latest GoPro and Contour rugged camcorders in the deserts of Nevada and the skies above them. We'll be taking a trip to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and swinging by iRobot's Massachusetts headquarters. And we'll talk to media theorist Douglas Ruskoff about his book Program or be Programmed and Sony Electronics president Phil Molyneux. We've also got some sweet giveaways and, as always, we'll be taking a look at the month's hottest new gadgets.

Best of all, we've still got a few tickets left. If you're in New York City, you can be a part of the live show -- just fire off an email to engadgetshow [at] engadget.com. And if you can't make it in person, fear not, we'll be streaming live at 6PM on Friday. Just bookmark this here URL.

Here are the deets:
• The event is all ages.
• We'll open doors and begin seating at 5:15pm on March 16th, and the taping begins at 6:00PM. We'll be closing the doors at 5:50PM.
• A limited number of tickets are available, first come first serve. We will also have a limited stand-by list available.
• Please bring a photo ID with you to the taping.
• The show length is around an hour.

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