Audioblog for Oct 7, 2004

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the audioblog for October 7, 2004. I explain where the name “Evil Genius” comes from; discuss science fiction authors Ted Sturgeon and Damon Knight; play a clip from the Woz’ talk at IT Conversations; and I address once and for all why I am going to continue to talk about podcasting.

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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.

4 thoughts on “Audioblog for Oct 7, 2004”

  1. Jediwannabe says:

    I find this humorous that you bring up Podcasting for windows, as I was just commenting yesterday on Steve Ivy‘s website how I found it almost hypocritical that I would, as a ‘Bill Gates run PC’ using Mac-ophile want to broadcast to a ‘until recently’ Mac platform.

    I love the idea of the PODcasts, and as Steve Ivy will tell you, his little brother has no lack of things to talk about or ways to say it.

    Also I have not noticed any audiobeds in your PODcast. I’m assuming that’s what you were refering to at shows beginning. I found it almost distracting now that I’m used to hearing you with the spiffy music in the background.

    Thanks for the ‘Podcasting for Windows’ tutorial link.
    Cast On.

    A Jedi Wannabe

  2. Jediwannabe says:

    turns out my kids were playing on the PC again, and turned my conenction settings for Quicktime to Low…

    That of course, kills the music bed.

  3. Dave says:

    Well, it was definitely quieter this time for reasons I’m not entirely clear on. I think that I got my voice levels closer to optimum this time but didn’t adjust the music accordingly. Keeping levels straight, particular with a bed, is the hardest part of this whole deal.

  4. Anonymous says:

    This is a sneak warning for all you Webfrooters who read my personal blog. Webfroot’s gonna have it’s own podcast. A podcast is basically a radioshow recorded and made available online as an MP3. Technology is so cheap and easy to use that now anyo…

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