GNC-2005-09-20 #101

This is a quick 45 minute show to get us back in the traditional time frame and show length. Something happened on Sunday and not everyone got their newsletters as the program we used had something funny occur. Needless to say we hope these get out tonight ok.

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New Microphone
Finnish Payphones to be removed!
ODEO and NewsGator
1940 Bendix Radio Podcatcher

Show Links:
Global Warming
Microsoft employee exits?
Oregon emissions tracker!
Blueray vs HD DVD
Windows Vista Build 5219 Review
New York Time Gaggle
Ask Jason?
NASA Lunar Trip only 1 week?
UK Jamster!
Dell EV-DO
Sprint Streaming Audio!
VOIP Hacking!
Skype Acquisition Interview
Mac User Warning!
Webby Awards Pay?
Firefox has a bug!
Con’s and Criminals sending you e-mail!
Google Event Partners must keep quiet?
Getting more RSS Subscribers!
P2P getting in bed with Devil?
Hacking RSS and Atom!

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Todd Cochrane is the Founder of Geek News Central and host of the Geek News Central Podcast. He is a Podcast Hall of Fame Inductee and was one of the very first podcasters in 2004. He wrote the first book on podcasting, and did many of the early Podcast Advertising deals in the podcasting space. He does two other podcasts in addition to Geek News Central. The New Media Show and Podcast Legends.

One thought on “GNC-2005-09-20 #101

  1. Great podcast as always. I am looking forward to hearing the Drupal piece as I run two Drupal sites myself. ( a new podcast directory site and a personal rant site).

    When I recently asked around for suggestions for a CMS app I was suggested to use mambo but it didnt have intergrated all of the features Drupal does so I went with Drupal again. Yes Drupal is a bit intimidating, yes Drupal has a learning curve, yes the website is stuffed full of people who insist you go read the manual or search for your answers. But once you get past all that its a truly amazing CMS app with little or no maintennace.

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