EGC Clambake Episode for Dec 13, 2004

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for December 13, 2004.

I talk about my appearance on Script School Radio; I wonder what Tony Kahn said about me at Internet and Society Thing at Harvard last weekend and ask if anyone has the audio from his session; I play a song by Don Tiki from the Two Zombies Later CD

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Update: thanks to those of you who pointed out the direct MP3 link was broken. It is now fixed.

9 Replies to “EGC Clambake Episode for Dec 13, 2004”

  1. Adam Curry seems to be having downloading/bandwidth problems today. You have got to help him get on the Bittorrent bandwagon!

  2. Hey Dave;

    Thanks for the little rundown that explains some of the things I’m going through with Stink Eye. hahaha. The time to gather, prepare and podcast is making the spouces wonder if they are still married.

    Love the podcast
    Lance

  3. Thanks for raising my awareness of Comfort Stand! Very cool little place on the web. Keep up the great work Dave – despite the looks from the misses.

    -pjc

  4. can <u>dave</u> come out and podcast, please – his audience misses him…

    you may think he’s just idling away time talking to himself, time that could be better spent talking to you or doing honey-do’s…

    but that’s not the case at all, you see he is an elder in the house of podcasting – and his sermon is needed to keep the cult, errrr congregation passionate and informed…

    instead of throwing dave the occasional stink-eye, why not follow the lead of some of podcasting’s other royal families and join in on the fun: <u>dawn joined drew</u> (actually took over) and patricia joins <u>adam</u> from time to time too…

    dave tells us your in academia – w/ podcasting the world is your classroom, and students could be tuning in anywhere from australia to london to conway, south carolina 😉

    pull up a chair, slap on some headphones, grab a microphone and turn that stink-eye into some entertaining husband and wife verbal banter…

    1000’s and 1000’s of dave’s faithful will be listening attentively 😉

    btw – msn spaces trackbacks do not work – hence the need to post this comment manually 🙁

  5. Hi,

    Here is the reason of hosting a .torrent file.

    The bittorrent functions in that way that servers (named trackers) and client can be and often are separated applications.
    When you download a torrent file, you need to connect to a tacker server (saved in the .torrent file). This server knows every other people that are sharing/downloading/having part or the full file, and can tell your client where to connect and downloads the file parts your missing. So, hosting a .torrent means publishing the file on a tracker, to made it public.

    The advantage, is that, even if your local copy of the MP3 is deleted, the torrent source is virtually still there, because of other people hosting the file, and letting the tracker know.

    Bittorent application is a client, Azureus is both tracker and client.

    Hope this helps 🙂

    Olivier

  6. Dave, you are totally whipped. You know what they call totally whipped guys, don’t you? Still Married. Good for you. Signed, Still Single.

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