June 2005

Podcasting with the Treo

I recently downloaded FeedStation after Nick Bradbury mentioned it to me at Gnomedex; it originated as the podcasting client for FeedDemon and is now being worked into the NewsGator family of products. It’s a great app, and one of the things I like about it is that...

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Legal KM presentation

Was excited to see a presentation by my friends Ron Friedmann and Tania Daniels over at Ron’s blog. There’s some good stuff in there, though when they got to “Who’s out there?”, I was surprised my former employer, Interface Software (er, that’s LexisNexis Interface Software. Or is...

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iTunes supports video blogging too

Very interesting: on the podcasters mailing list, Russell Holliman discovered that iTunes will download video enclosures as well as audio enclosures, and because iTunes can render Quicktime movies, it’ll play them too. Neat. I think demand for displaying show notes will grow pretty quickly — which Apple...

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Echo Ditto needs a CTO

My friends at Echo Ditto (many of them are Dean campaign veterans) need a CTO, to replace Jim Brayton who’s leaving to join Barack Obama’s senate office as the Internet Director. Details follow: If you live near DC (or would consider relocating), have strong technology management experience,...

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Quote of the Day

From Taegan Goddard: “It’s not a pay raise. It’s an adjustment so that they’re not losing their purchasing power.” — House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-TX), quoted by the AP, on a vote to increase congressional salaries. [Taegan Goddard’s Political Wire]

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Treating your customers right

I really like this post from Matt Homann. Something tells me it would be wise to start hanging out at a Starbucks near Matt’s office… Rosa Say passes on a great way to spend your marketing dollars: This morning Kerwin and I walked into a Prescott Starbucks...

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