iPodder 1.0 is released. Bravo!
And to celebrate, there's a new Trade Secrets podcast.
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Adam Curry's list of podcasters.
Just bought the tickets, rented a car. I'll be in San Francisco, Friday morning through Monday afternoon. I'll be at Stanford on Friday, but will be up for a schmooze on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Friday night, of course, I have to watch the second Presidential debate.
Slate: "The fact that, under the circumstances, Bush didn't deliver a major policy address after all, despite his advance word, should embarrass not only CNN and MSNBC but, still more, President Bush."
Blah blah browser blah wars blah one blah two blah punch blah blah.
Jason Kottke burns out on Silicon Valley in record time. It's like living on life support, for your mind and spirit. Tethered to the need to make venture capitalists rich and win the approval of reporters, there's no place for an honest boy or girl. Luckily for Jason, who lives in NY, getting out is simple. Check out of the hotel, take a cab to the airport and get on a plane.
Jason Calcanis is really happy that Yahoo is going to support ads in RSS via Overture. I guess that's pretty good news, but I wonder if I put ads in my feed if people would think I'd sold out to The Man?
BBC: "Controversial US radio DJ Howard Stern is ditching his syndicated morning show to join a subscription network which is free from regulators."
CSM: "Spammers and virus writers are starting to work together."
Motley Fool: "It's certainly a risk that young programmers, suddenly worth in excess of $5 million, would prefer the beaches of Bali, the mountains of Nepal, or the strip malls of Bakersfield over the daily grind."
Last year on this day: If the Gray Lady Could Blog.
Taegan Goddard: "Cheney's assertion that he never met John Edwards is already disproven."
John Palfrey: Cybersquatting as political activisim.
Tod Maffin: Why Podcasting will Save Radio.
O'Reilly posts pictures from the Web 2.0 conference in SF.
NY Times: "With a rumpled suit and one hand perpetually loosening his trademark red necktie, Mr Dangerfield took the stage as a hapless, self-deprecating Everyman slapped around by life and searching in vain for acceptance."
Scott Rosenberg on the Edwards-Cheney debate.
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