This is great, Chris Pirillo, in his review of the Search Engine Strategies conference that just took place in New York City: “My search engine strategy? Publish. “I hear ya bro, I get alot of my very limited traffic here from search. Mostly people looking for the stuff I have posted about. Just publish, and […]
Archive for March, 2005
This is one of the coolest video blogs I have seen, check out Rocketboom!Amanda Congdon absolutely rocks and the segments are short, sweet and entertaining! Great works folks! Keep it up, you have a new subscriber here!
Steve Gilmor rolls out a serious post on his Inforouter blog on ZDNet:”How hard is it to realize that delivering a service that makes users feel powerless is not a good thing. Particularly users with loaded weapons called blogs and �casts. Who cares if you can do it because. Forget the stuff about do no […]
After a crazy week in the real world, Trend Radio #6 is up! Just recorded on this lovely Saturday morning here in Baltimore, MD. Starting off with the weekly wrap up of blogging and podcasting events, and moving directly into some memories of SXSW circa 1997. I introduce Sam Whitmore’s new podcast, “Closet Deadhead” and […]
Here is a link to a very interesting podcast, that features a conversation between Tom Parish and Todd Storch. Listen in as these excellent bloggers talk about “Life, Blogging and Podcasting”Check out the post here.
My good colleague Nicco down in Italy says that constant bitrate podcasting is dead! Thats bold, but he does offer some interesting viewpoints on the advantages of VBR or variable bitrate recording. “I think podcasters should avoid the MP3 Constant Bitrate. Putting a 64 or 96 CBR on a file containing speech as well as […]
Thanks to Todd Storch for letting me participate in the “People You Need To Meet” segment of his GREAT weblog. I finally got a chance to finish answering his questions, and when he sent them he said “have fun with it” so naturally I decided to record an “extended version of the interview” […]
Presurfer points to a nifty site called Songfacts. I played around for a while on it and its great. Type in some of your favorite songs to learn more additional facts, they dont cover everything of course but its rather thorough. “Songfacts is a searchable database of song information compiled by radio professionals, music […]
I often post about Google, mostly about how I love the company, the solutions that they provide and the thinking and creativity that they foster within. So, of course I found it interesting when Dave Winer posted about Google’s recent hire of Microsoft’s operating system architect. Could it be? Only the future will tell.”Okay, […]
David Kiley in his Businessweek blog posting today on Podvertising: “Think of it: young creatives at ad agencies writing two and three minute stories unbridled by the 30-second or 60-second format or the FCC. It could be great. One problem, though. Today, I asked two big-time creative directors, each at huge, creative ad agencies, what […]