Surely the last podcast of the year, in which I assert to A Curry (and anyone else who cares) that I am an addict of The Daily Source Code, and only want the program notes to show up in my aggregator after I've listened to the podcast. Maybe as much as 24 hours after. That and some philosophy, as usual, about random things that occur to me while driving on US Highway 45 in Mississippi and Alabama, USA.
A few pics from Alabama and Pensacola.
Before the year is over, a hearty Fuck You to all reporters who recited the list of top podcasters and left out my own humble pioneering podcast. I was podcasting before any of those losers, you loser. Who the fuck do you think taught them 1. How to do it and 2. (more important) That they could do it. You reporters are schmucks. I figure since you never write about me, I could go ahead and piss you off, who cares what you think since you obviously don't care what I think. Fuck you. No smiley.
To keep it all in perspective, one of my childhood heroes, Rod Kanehl, one of the original NY Mets, died on December 14. He was 70. If my uncle were here I'd call him to share this bit of sad news.
Interesting moment in today's Gillmor Gang (not out yet). I said the magic moment in the life of a format is when someone from Microsoft calls you to ask if they're implementing the format right. That's the moment you want to get to. And they don't implement a format for the Kum-Bay-Ya of it. They implement it because it's part of the job.
Today's movie was shot driving across Mobile Bay.
Five years ago today: "That's it for this millennium!"
Kaye Trammel wants to see your RSS.
NetNewsWire supports podcasting.
3:45PM Central: Arrived safely in Destin, FL.
Welcome to the long tail of blogging.
Doc forget about spectrum, that's such a 20th Century concept. In the age of podcasting, spectrum is infinite and costs $35 a year from Network Solutions.
BTW, I'm going to be a guest on The Last Gillmor Gang of 2004, taped later today and broadcast on IT Conversations which uses no FCC-regulated spectrum. I'll probably be in the Florida panhandle by then.
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