The boys from Podcasting Mania, another podcasting directory and resource site has lauched Podrazor a podcasting search engine check it out - its in beta.
Archive for February, 2005
Howdy! Here is a Sunday edition of Trend Radio posted LATE, so you will most likely hear it tomorrow on Monday. Its all good. Lots of ranting about how artists and bands specifically can use the podcasting medium to get their tunes out. More on the emerging revolution and a killer re-mix by Mr. Mantle […]
I finally got Sony’s Sound Forge 7.0 installed. Good stuff, I am experimenting around with it and hoping that I can output the final edit of Trend Radio #5 with it. Should be interesting, more later.
I need one of these! lekker! per boing
For those of you that are keeping up with the revolution, you would have heard by today that Evan Williams (Google alumnus and co-founder of Pyra Labs the creator of Blogger), and Noah Glass are launching Odeo, a centralized resource for audio content online that is just about ready to go live. Simply put […]
Todd Storch points out that SXSW is going to have a panel on The Future of Podcasting. Simply put that rocks. I havent been to SXSW in YEARS, actually many many many years Last time I was there I went to promote a band I used to manage Space 11 (who is no longer […]
Hello! Trend Radio #4 is up. 20 minutes to the T, hopefully it plays clear for you, still changing things around a bit. This edition offers nothing that was planned, I just got home from work on this snowy day in Baltimore and hit the studio for a session. You will find some babble on […]
What a great company, great ideas, great SOLUTIONS. Google has integrated localized movie listings to its search. Type in “movie: theatres” into the search bar and then plug in your city or zip. Beautiful! Check it out.
Steve Rubel points to a great article that PBS completed on, yep you guessed it podcasting. “Podvertising,” Rubel says, is a growing trend, as individuals and companies experiment with different ways to gain ad dollars to promote certain brands or products. This is “not a flash in the pan, it’s here […]
From Mediapost’s Online Minute:”It seems the one-month-old group, Committee to Protect Bloggers, was formed by a guy named Curt Hopkins, who decided that bloggers throughout the blogosphere, which he�s described as a �weird no man�s land,� need some form of protection. The group has developed an International Bloggers� Bill of Rights, a […]