Audio Pod Chronicles
Interviews on the Arts, Politics, and Technology
mp3 version of Episode 61, Breakfast of Videos.
Direct download: APC_61_Future_is_Video.mp3
Category:Arts & Technology -- posted at: 12:44am EDT

61 Breakfast of Videos Social Media Breakfast 8, hosted by Bryan Person and Bob Collins June 24, 2008 at Ryles Jazz Club in Cambridge, Mass., was all about video.  An audience of nearly 100 heard excellent presentations from Larry Lawfer of YourStorys.com and Jeff Glasson of PerkettPR.com and two other presentations excerpted in this episode of the Audio Pod Chronicles.  Those two were by recent Emerson College students Ben Grossman and Emily Belyea, who created a winning video-based proposal to resuscitate AOL's AIM social media programs, and Rob Lane, founder and CEO of Overlay.tv , who is making videos interactive. 

It was impossible to listen to all four presentations and not sense the energy in Internet video, and the creativity.  I came right home and started playing with Overlay.tv and can't wait to do more.
Direct download: APC_61_Future_is_Video.m4a
Category:Arts & Technology -- posted at: 12:24am EDT

MP3 version of this week's podcast.
Direct download: APC_60_3G_iPhone.mp3
Category:iPhone -- posted at: 10:27pm EDT

60 Waiting for iPhone 3G On June 10, 2008, the day after Steve Jobs announced the iPhone 3G, I attended a meeting of the Boston PDA User Group (BOSPDAUG) at MIT, where the next iPhone was Topic Number One among the developers and users in attendance. After the meeting, I interviewed the group's founder, Al Willis, who spoke about the iPhone in China, Apple's stock price, and when I'll be able to sync my Getting Things Done (GTD) lists between my Mac and my iPhone.  (Answer: soon!)

Music for my podcast is "Going to the Sun" composed and performed by Montana musicians Christine Dickinson, Janet Haarvig, and Matthew Lyon, from their Glacier Journey CD.
Direct download: APC_60_3G_iPhone.m4a
Category:iPhone -- posted at: 10:08pm EDT