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Thursday, September 27, 2007

New Media Expo 2007 - Getting Started With Audacity Session

I will be at the New Media Expo 2007 this weekend (Sept. 27-30).  I am giving a presentation on 'Getting Started With Audacity' in the Podcaster 101 track:

Session 8 - 3:15pm to 4:15pm
Ballroom B
Saturday, Sept. 30, 2007
http://www.newmediaexpo.com/saturday2007.htm#Audacity

If folks are bringing their laptops to the session, then it is highly recommend that the come with Audacity pre-loaded ... http://audacity.sourceforge.net.  I also have upload some demo audio files in zip format that I will be using if folks are interested in working hands-on with the same material: http://www.newmediaexpo.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1634.

If you'd like to meet-up at the Expo please drop me an email or post a message to me on Twitter.


September 27, 2007 in Audacity, Conferences, FriendsInTech.com, Media, Open Source, Podcast, Podcasting, Technology, Tips | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

TECH NEWS RADIO PODCAST #339 | 070914 | More On Skype & eBooks Plus Mobile Scanner, Kid Safe Browsing, & Conference Pointer

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This podcast is sponsored by SCOTTEVEST (SeV) - makers of fine tech clothing.

Today's Tech Rag Tear Outs podcast discusses a variety of topics including: Internet VoIP, electronic books, new media content, mobile tools, a Firefox plugin for protecting children's web access, and an enterprise data warehouse conference pointer. 

The sources for these topics includes: eWeek, San Diego Union-Tribune, Forbes, New York Times News Service, and PC Magazine.

Additional links mentioned in this article:

September 18, 2007 in Books, Collaboration, Conferences, Development, Enterprise, FriendsInTech.com, Management, Mobile, Networking, Podcast, Productivity, Recommendation, Security, Tech Rag Tear Outs, Technology | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

TECH NEWS RADIO PODCAST #338 | 070904 | Top 9 Email News Items Plus Interview With FileMaker Expert John Mark Osborne

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This podcast is sponsored by SCOTTEVEST (SeV) - makers of fine tech clothing.

Today's "mini" Tech Rag Tear Outs examines nine top things to consider checking out and a great interview with FileMaker expert John Mark Osborne from Databasepros.com.  During the interview we discuss: history of FileMaker, John's expertise, hands-on training options for FileMaker Pro, and online training tools.

Links mentioned in this podcast include:

#9.) Attensa Enterprise 2.0 Feed Readers

#8.) Alltel's new Where

#7.) Vlingo Mobile

#6.) Mark/Space Missing Sync for Windows Mobile 4.0

#5.) Thornsoft's ClipMate 7.2.05 for Windows

#4.) Mindomo online mind mapping tool

#3.) DivX Author 1.5 editing tool

#2.) Freebase 'open source data' database

#1.) Newsgator - NetNewsWire - FeedDemon

We also recommend checking out Paso Robles, CA based Steinhaus Brewing Co's Mission Street Pale Ale microbrew.

September 4, 2007 in Collaboration, Development, Enterprise, FriendsInTech.com, Management, Media, Microsoft, Mobile, Networking, Open Source, Podcast, Recommendation, Security, Tech Rag Tear Outs, Technology, Weblogs, Windows | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Monday, September 03, 2007

TECH NEWS RADIO PODCAST #337 | 070828 | Mobile Ads, Skype Outage, VMARE IPO, Wall Street Journal Plug, Panologic, Sony eBook Reader, Conference Pointers

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This podcast is sponsored by SCOTTEVEST (SeV) - makers of fine tech clothing.

Today's Tech Rag Tear Outs podcast examines some pretty mainstream tech news from the San Diego Union-Tribune and the Wall Street Journal, and why it might matter to IT Professionals. 

We also have a quick run down of three upcoming conference pointers that might be of interest:

If you have a comment about any of these items please post to: Forums.FriendsInTech.com.

Additional links mentioned in this podcast includes:

We also recommend checking out Chicago's Stockyard Brewing Company's Oatmeal Stockyard Stout microbrew.

September 3, 2007 in Business, Conferences, FriendsInTech.com, Microsoft, Networking, Podcast, Recommendation, Tech Rag Tear Outs, Technology, Tips, Windows | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack