Exciting news on the podcast front, there will be much discussion and other activities surrounding this, but it is official that I will be heading to Anaheim, CA early Monday morning to assist in producing the very first podcasts for The Walt Disney Company. This is a truly amazing opportunity that literally fell right […]
Archive for April, 2005
For the regular readers of this blog, and listeners of Trend Radio, you know that one of my favorite music venues is The Funk Box in downtown Baltimore. The venue used to be the 8x10 Nightclub, an old staple of the Baltimore music scene. After my buddy Dave Rather and Tim Walther partnered up […]
Ok readers, listeners from all walks of life. I have some big news coming, not quite out of the bag yet, but for the world of podcasting we will be doing something very cool, very soon. First of its kind type production. I am teaming up with Michael Geoghegan from Reel Reviews to work on […]
Wow, we really do love our pets don’t we?
U.S. consumers spent $34.3 billion on pets in 2004:
• Food ($14.3 billion)
• Vet care ($8.3 billion)
• Supplies/ medicine ($7.9 billion)
• Live-animal purchases ($1.6 billion)
• Grooming/ boarding ($2.2 billion)
per the Iconoculture newsletter
This is interesting for all of you artists out there looking for a bank of free audio sounds in all shapes and sizes. Check out Freesound:
The Freesound Project aims to create a huge collaborative database of audio snippets, samples, recordings, bleeps, … released under the Creative Commons Sampling Plus License.
per j walk
Check this out - the Alarm Clock weblog posts about what they call the “Dork Boat”- this is an interesting idea that solves the timezone problem between offshoring programming and development to other countries. Of course expect some strong opinion on this….without a doubt.
“Geeks are enthralled by the story that a San Diego company […]
Happy Earth Day. Its always good practice to acknowledge and respect the planet.
Presurfer linked out to an interesting site. Check out the make up of your American English dialect.
Here are my results:
Your Linguistic Profile:
55% General American English
0% Upper Midwestern
On the virtual fun kick today. Here is a site where you can build a virtual model. Check it out, you dont have to register to create a model.
The site and technology was designed by My Virtual Model, Inc which is in the business of improving the ease of purchasing clothing online:
My Virtual […]
I am sure you all remember Tammy , she is still a very popular force online. Beer.com continues the viral fun with Trish and Lisa, with Virtual Bartender 2.
Like VB1 there are many commands you can use. Try these for starters: banana, beer, blow, can, clothes, grab, gun, hair, jedi, jump, kiss, magic […]