Here is the first podcast from the exhibition floor at CES, originally recorded last Thursday. Andy and I barely scratch the service as you can imagine. That being said, here are some of our random conversations with vendors as we cruised through the trade show floor. We spend a good few minutes on the Treo […]
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I am finally back in Baltimore! I left home at 4:30 am last Wednesday and headed to CES in Las Vegas, and then made the trek to Chapel Hill, NC on Friday so I could attend PodcasterCon. Saturday was spent with some of the coolest people I have ever met, and then finally early this […]
Chatting about podcasting in education
Originally uploaded by David Warlick.
Dave Warlick is leading a VERY interactive discussion on “Podcasting as a Teaching / Learning Strategy” He asked who had recording gear ready to go, then asked people to break out into groups to discuss specific topics. […]
I have never been to Chapel Hill, NC before, but I can tell you I am digging it already. I checked in at the Hampton Inn, and cruised out with Ryan Irelan for a great feast at 411 in downtown. Excellent food and great conversation. I also just checked out the PodcasterCon blog and saw […]
Typing from 35k feet on a flight from Las Vegas to Raleigh-Durham, I am on my way to PodcasterCon. Vegas was insane! CES is UNBELIEVEABLE, I could have definitely used another 2-3 days to get through the entire conference, but more importantly the Verizon Wireless V Cast Music announcement and events were excellent. Upon arrival […]
Back in action, the first podcast of 2006! This will indeed be a podcast filled week. This weeks first podcast comes from 35,000 ft,in the 15th row of flight 1224. Andy Mueller and I discuss our travels to Vegas for CES, our long conversation with former Attorney General John Ashcroft, Andy’s drive for sports betting, […]
Dharmesh Shah co-founder of HubSpot a new startup based in Cambridge, MA has some interesting thoughts on the popular social networking site LinkedIn. Specifically, why he thinks Google or Yahoo should buy them.
I think LinkedIn is missing a major, major opportunity. It seems they are experiencing all the downsides of a “Web 2.0” […]
I’ve gone back and forth several times on whether or not I am going to make the trek to PodcasterCon. Since I missed the Portable Media Expo in November, I promised myself I would hit the next podcast related event. When I first read about PodcasterCon, I thought it sounded like a very cool and […]
I have never done an end of year wrap up post before. You know, summarized my predictions for the year to come, or even analyzed the year that is ending. That being said, I can tell you personally, that I am glad to be seeing the end of 2005 and am welcoming with wide open […]