Archive for the 'People' Category

High Zero Music Festival

Wednesday, September 7th, 2005

My colleague John, aided by the efforts of many others, is putting on the 7th annual High Zero music festival here in Balitmore this month. An amazing event centered around “freely improvised experimental music.”

Baltimore Magazine calls it the “Best Music Festival.” As an avid music lover, I am surprised I have never made it to […]

Podcast Solutions

Tuesday, August 30th, 2005

Bravo to Michael Geoghegan and Dan Klass for their excellent new read, “Podcast Solutions”. Michael had forwarded me an advance copy via PDF last week. I just had time to get through most of the chapters, and have to say, great job! This is a must read for anyone at any level of podcasting: […]

The Human Zoo Exhibit

Sunday, August 28th, 2005

Last week the London Zoo held a 4 day exhibit of homo sapiens, yes you know humans :-) Check it out:

“The August Bank holiday welcomes an extra special exhibit to London Zoo as a flock of Homo sapiens gather on the world famous Bear Mountain.”

“The four day event aims to demonstrate the basic nature of […]

Making Waves

Sunday, August 21st, 2005

I Made the Cover!

Originally uploaded by trendjunkie.

Just had to have some fun with the new Flickr magazine cover tool :-) It allows you to create a magazine cover using any Flickr photo. I can already see some of the hilarious prank jokes that will be […]

The Mysterious RSS

Thursday, August 18th, 2005

Here is more evidence that RSS still needs to be more accessible to the mainstream user:

“Nielsen//NetRatings polled 1,000 members of its research panel who read blogs. It found that nearly two-thirds of the respondents either never heard of RSS (Really Simple Syndication) or did not know what the technology is used for.”

Clearly, RSS needs to […]

Trailer Crashing

Sunday, August 7th, 2005

For those of you who enjoyed Wedding Crashers, you will get a kick out of this. On the Wedding Crasher’s website you can create your own personalized trailer using a photo of yourself or you and a friend, or anyone for that matter. My mother sent me a link this am with a trailer that […]

Thoughts on Working at Home

Saturday, August 6th, 2005

Ian linked to a great post by Christopher Hawkins on the subject of working from home. I found it to be a very interesting and accurate read on the topic. Being a serial entreprenuer, I have spent alot of time working from home in my various ventures. My most recent business allows me to work […]

Cool Tools

Friday, August 5th, 2005

Here are two interesting tools that I found on a couple of the blogs I am subscribed to:

First up, is a really interesting launch called Feed Digest. I had recently subscribed to Peter Coopers blog, and although my eye would catch a post here and there, honestly I never really dug in to his world. […]

Pell On Odeo

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2005

Dave Pell on Odeo:

“I know that it’s called podcasting and that suggests the use of an iPod, but my favorite thing about the well designed Odeo is that I can just press the play button right there on the web page….

…It’s about the content, not the container.”

Isn’t that the truth. I personally listen to more […]

Pogue on Podcasting

Saturday, July 30th, 2005

David Pogue, the technology reporter from the New York Times absolutely cracks me up. Check out this video where he attempts to explain podcasting and just how easy it is to join all of the podcasting goodness. Hilarious stuff.

per Rubel