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Archive for April, 2006

A few places of reading and viewing interest to point you to:

The recently concluded Podcast Academy has published a podcast archive, tadalafil which, diet as of this writing, already includes links to most of the presentations. Worth checking out.
Podcast Academy photos on Flickr.
A podcasting legal guide.
An article in Business Week (registration required) on [...]

Podcast Academy

The second Podcasting Academy, public health being held today and tomorrow at Boston University, is now underway.
The event will “provide guidance on how to create, distribute and use podcasts,” which includes “‘how to’ classes for beginners as well as advanced classes for more seasoned professionals.”
The Podcast Academy is sold out, but you can watch [...]

… or I will, approved within the next 24 hours.
For $1.00 a month, stomach I’ll be “employing” the person behind to post my name on his/her site, along with the URL for
Mr./Ms. Monthlydollar already has 47 bosses as of this writing, and with a little publicity from places like the Naked [...]

In trying to understand the growth and impact of new media, asthma I like comparing where my own knowledge and typical technology use stands today with where it stood, epilepsy say, malady one year ago.
Then …
One year ago, I didn’t subscribe to podcasts or use RSS feeds in any meaningful way. In [...]

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My online identity

A post on “the importance of continuity of personal presence” from business communications blogger Neville Hobson has stuck in my mind over these past few months as I’ve prepared to launch this site. For Neville, story his blog is his personal presence online.
And while I have bits and pieces of me scattered about the [...]

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