If you’re already subscribed through iTunes then this doesn’t apply to you. However if you use any other podcast aggregator or podcatcher then would you be so kind as to unsubscribe and resubscribe through the new rss feed of:
Apparently feedburner has fixed their rss streams and it won’t affect how many episodes will show on it. That was my initial reason for dropping my feedburner account because I want you, my listeners, to always have access to all the episodes on the podcast feed for whenever you wanted to back catalog or whatever. Feedburner’s assurance that this won’t be an issue anymore and it’s ability to collect data of my subscribership has lured me back into their fold.
Again, this change is really for my own purposes and if you don’t want to, you can just stay with the libsyn rss link but I would appreciate it all the same if you humored me with this quick change. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
After doing the most editing that Claudia and I’ve done in any of our episodes we finally uploaded episode 8 for all to enjoy. Basic theme on this show was the Web 2.0 and Pod-casting community. Enjoy!!!
I was becoming increasingly frustrated with keeping track of my twitter feeds and I was hoping to find some other way of making it more convenient besides just having a plug-in to my browser, when my wife introduced me to Friendfeed. According to her, this would be a useful website for me because it strings conversations along in a linear user-friendly style. After signing up and noticing that I could add other social networks in their so I could just have a all-in-one site, I stumbled upon Goodreads.
Anyone who knows me knows that I love to read and try whenever I can find the time. More importantly if ever I’m curious about a book I always have to do a search for reviews and wonder if the review I’m reading is tailored to my tastes. Well according to this site, which is a social network for book-lovers, you can link to like-minded individuals and read their reviews, likes and dislikes and see if you can find some good recommendations for yourself as well as suggest some of your own. This sounds all fine and dandy, though I’m sure I’ll be wasting more time on the Internet before I can find a way to better manage it so I can focus on other things in my life. Here’s hoping that time comes soon. Now with this and a new podcast, I just keep piling stuff for me to do on my plate with no end in site.
At least I just have one site to visit now and maybe add more books to my “to do” list while I’m there.
After much debating and planned preparation I finally just took the plunge and recorded a podcast, with my wife’s assistance. As can be expected, it is most amateurish, and the lack of planning plainly shows. But whatever, I enjoyed myself. I obviously need to learn Audacity a bit better and I just have to keep practicing. Eventually it should sound crisp and clean, right?
If your curiosity is piqued feel free to check it out at this link.
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