On our podcast Technorama we did an interview with Michael Barnett, one of the guys from the New Orleans Data center that weathered Katrina.
It was interesting to hear him talk about what has been going on and how they dealt with it all.
So if you have been following the story, or haven’t go and check it out.
Link to the show.
Last night was a lot of fun. Summer Brooks from Dragonpage.com was kind enough to join us for the entire show on Technorama. Over at Dragonpage.com, they produce 3 podcasts. Slice or Sci-fi, for mainstream news of Movies and TV, Cover to Cover dealing with print media, and Wingin’ It, which is whatever comes up and she works as producer, and fact checker.
What started as an interview turned more into a chat. It was a lot of fun to do, and I am sure a lot of fun to listen to.
So go and have a listen!
Between Chuck and I on Technorama and Kevin and George over In The Trenches, we have been having too much fun with their webcam and ours too as we are recording our shows.
Here is a sample:
Over at Engadget they have a post that looks like it was written in 1985, complete with images and ascii art. It is a great post.
Back in June on my podcast Technorama that I co-host with Chuck Tomasi we did something similar. We produced the show as if it was June 15th 1987. It was a lot of fun to do…but thinking like it was 1987 as opposed to 2005 made my head hurt.
The freesoundproject has a TON of sound effects and the like all under the creative commons license! They are looking for sound effects, loops, and things to create a collaborative database of CC licensed sound files.
This place is awesome. Just register, and away you go..and Hey! Don’t forget to contribute too.
The Freesound Project
Welcome to another edition of “Kreg’s: How’d I Miss That!”
My buddy Chuck Tomasi whom I co-host Technorama with, pointed me to Doctor Floyd. I am kicking myself in the rear trying to figure out how this one got by me. This podcast is like crossing Jimmy Neutron with Rocky and Bullwinkle. It is short, about 3 – 5 minutes each, and funny. It is done in the style like an old serial radio broadcast.
Season 3 starts Monday August 1st, but to catch up Seasons 1 and 2 are available for download off of thier website. Since the episodes are short, you can buzz through each season in about 30 minutes.
Definitely worth listening to.
Welcome to doctorfloyd.com
When his Time and Space Travel Device is stolen by the evil mastermind Dr. Steve and his sock-shaped assistant Fidgert…Dr. Floyd, his young protÃƒÂ©gÃƒÂ© Dr. Grant and their faithful robot companion C.H.I.P.S. must do what they can to get it back. Bent on achieving fame and fortune, Dr. Steve plans to race through history stealing historical items and then returning to the future to sell them on eBay. Can Dr. Floyd and his crew thwart the evil machinations of Dr. Steve and Fidgert? The only way to find out is to tune into the
Radio Adventures Of Dr. Floyd!
I have heard a lot of Podcasters talking about their surge in listenership since iTunes 4.9 was released. I am sure that is taking place some, but I wonder how much of the surge is not new subscriptions to podcasts as much as it is people “Previewing” their show from within iTunes. I believe that would count as a download…
Just thinking out loud.