Today's Trade Secrets podcast with Adam and myself, recorded at 5AM Pacific. No wonder I don't remember much of it!
OJR: "With the sorry state of radio journalism -- a victim of massive corporate buyouts -- can these new technologies bring a broader range of audio reportage than just public radio, local AM news and repurposed Big Media fare like ESPN Radio? The jury is still out, but radio junkies are filled with hope."
Listening to the audio from the blogging session at Gnomedex. I only recognize a few of the voices, the speakers aren't saying their names. I'm forming opinions of what people are saying without knowing who they are.
eWeek columnist David Coursey says podcasting is cool for commercial content, and silly when used by "egomaniacal" bloggers.
I started a FAQ for BloggerCon III.
We're hearing from people asking if we can re-open the wait list.
Gizmodo: "Networks Solutions is fucking up my livelihood."
The Engadget podcast feed.
Alex Cohen posts the CBC's unauthorized biography of Dick Cheney.
Adam Curry's history of podcasting.
On the plane last night I lucked out and got the middle seat between a couple from Canada, and they wanted to sit together, so I got the aisle seat and this morning my back feels just fine.
We talked about US politics and eventually it turned to Bush-bashing, and they wondered if there were any Republicans on the plane because we were talking really loud.
A white-haired woman in the seat in front turned around and passed back a political cartoon which seemed to say Bush was the right choice. I said I don't understand, does this mean you're voting for Bush? She just wanted us to know there are "other points of view." I handed it back and said I know, half the people are voting for Bush. Then I turned to my Canadian friends and said "But I have no respect for them."
Seriously, if you vote for Bush and he wins, we're going to blame you for what happens in the next four years.
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