Audioblog for September 3, 2004

Here is the audioblog for September 3, 2004. In it I talk about the iPod platform as it relates to CDs, capturing streams with RadioLover, a spin through my radio show list, and a possible professional radio use for the iPod platform.

Links mentioned in this episode:
RadioLover – stream capturing for OS X
PublicRadioFan – a database of public radio shows by station and air times

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

7 thoughts on “Audioblog for September 3, 2004”

  1. Henry says:

    Dave –

    The university in Monroe used to be Northest Louisiana University (NLU). Now, its University of Louisiana – Monroe (ULM). My wife graduated from Pharmacy school back in the NLU days.

    Keep up the good work.

    Go Cajuns.

  2. Dave says:

    Henry, I had the school right and the city wrong. I said Monroe but I meant Hammond. I’m not sure why I did that, because I’ve never been to Monroe but I used to drive right past Hammond all the time. As I think about it, I may well have listened to KSLU as I hit the scan button when I was around there.

  3. Jan-Willem says:

    Hi Dave – just wanted to let you know I enjoy listening to your audioblog on my Ipod when I’m on my bicycle on my way to work. I’m a “new” subscriber through rss/Ipodder for windows but you’ve defenitely got a new fan here in the Netherlands. Keep up the good work!

  4. Bradley Peters says:

    I just listened to your show, and want to correct something you said about Acadians. Acadian does not mean “from Canada” it refers to the people from Acadia (L’Acadie) which actually predates Canada. This summer the CongrŽés mondiale acadien in Nova Scotia celebrated the 400th anniversary (1604) of the first French settlement in North America. The Acadians originally settled along the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia and area the founders of the colony named La Cadie. The colony was forcibly deported in 1755 by the British, but many Acadians migrated back to Nova Scotia and other parts of Atlantic Canada.

  5. Bradley Peters says:

    Your comment system just did something weird. I just posted a comment about l’Acadie, but it appears under the name of the previous commenter. And, it seems to have obliterated that commenters own comment.

  6. Anonymous says:

    —begin core dump— so adam, dave and dave have been ping-ponging audioblogs that contain rich comments on rss enclosures, audio content, future of media, ipod platform, technology progression etc, etc, etc… dave slusher mentioned the need for metadata associated with

  7. James says:

    Man was I wrong about what “Acadian” means. I was under the impression that it meant “those who live near a daiquiri hut and like shellfish”.

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