Healthcare is a hot topic at the moment here in the US and there is a lot noise being thrown about as our distinguished leaders attempt to persuade each other. The health lobbies are spending millions to keep the status quo. Most news programs seem to be more opinion or editorial based so getting a […]
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Hard to believe it, but Simply Digital is already up to Episode 5! It’s been an exciting month as I’ve become more comfortable with the podcasting process. Overall, I’m very happy with how things have progressed with the show and where it’s heading.
In the first month, we’d had over 350 listeners (80+ per episode avg.), with some as far as Fairbanks, Alaska, Chengdu, China and North Shore, New Zealand. We’ve accrued $.98 in Google Ads, been featured at Palm Addict, Palm 24/7 and Rohdesign on several occasions. We even landed our first sponsor PDAParts.com. Not every statistic just listed is great, but all-in-all not too bad.
The second episode for the Simply Digital podcast has been posted. This week’s episode is on Firewalls. Although the topic of security isn’t necessarily an exciting one, it IS an important part of your home and office Internet security. So if you have about 15 minutes, stop by and take a listen. 🙂
FYI, I’m posting the new episodes every Wednesday, so if you’ve subscribed already, that’s when you can expect to find a new one.
Yesterday, a project that I’ve been working on for over a year has finally taken shape and launched! It’s a weekly podcast called Simply Digital. With my co-host, “Analog Dave”, we discuss a single topic regarding technology and try to break it down so that it’s easy to understand. I guess you could call it a tech podcast for the non-geek. 😉
The first episode is on “podcasts”, which at first glance may seem a bit redundant to talk about podcasts IN a podcast. However, since Simply Digital is a podcast, what better way to kick things off than by breaking down this new technology?
Tonight I’ll be co-hosting the _Computer Outlook Radio Show_ for their monthly “Palm Lifestyles” show. Our guest will be none other than Palm OS Legend Kenny West. The show airs live at 7pm CST/CDT on AM radio stations around the US. If you’re like me and don’t live in an area where the show is broadcast, you can listen live via the Internet.
The podcast from June 21st with Blue Nomad’s founder Alexis Hinds has been posted on the Computer Outlook web site.
Last Thursday, I co-hosted the Computer Outlook radio show. Our guests were Steve Sinclair, Treo 700p Sr. Product Manager, with Palm and John Chaffee, with Six Apart. Steve of course talked about the recently released Treo 700p, going through all the details of this new smartphone (which I want REALLY bad). John got us up […]
Update: The show is not tonight, it’s NEXT Wednesday, the 19th. Doh!
Tonight I’ll be co-hosting the Computer Outlook Radio Show for their monthly “Palm Lifestyles” show. Our guest will be Noel Grover, President of VoiceIt Technologies. The show airs live at 7pm CST/CDT on AM radio stations around the US.
If you’re like me and don’t live in an area where the show is broadcast, you can listen live via the Internet at this link. Simply choose your preferred stream and you should be good to go. If you miss the live broadcast, there will be a podcast available in a few days and I’ll make a new post when it becomes available.
Last Thursday, I co-hosted the Computer Outlook radio show. Our guests were Toshi Hokari of Altec Lansing and Keith Barraclough, the CEO of Avvenu. Toshi talked about the new speaker systems that Altec Lansing has released for the Treo, iPod and laptop. I’d love to get my hands on a pair, but everyone says that […]