Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for December 30, 2004.
I have a moment of silence for the many dead in the wake of the tsunami and discuss why I haven’t blogged about it; talk about the special relief fund effort from iPodderX; give a shout out to Will Shetterly’s mention of Voices in Your Head and his permission to use Steeldragon Press music in podcasts; I talk about how Mur Lafferty seemed underwhelmed by the mention here; I pull back the curtain on some of my audio trickery editing in here; I talk about how cool it is that Joshua Kinberg used get_enclosures as the base for one of his projects; I play a song by Cats Laughing and say goodnight
This episode is sponsored in part by the fine folks at iPodderX!
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Red Cross
- Will Shetterly’s weblog
- Geek Fu Action Grip
- Phil Windley says “editing audio is hard”
- Jon Udell’s Open Source Audio post
- Joshua Kinberg does the vipodder based on my script (he’s also the guy who did the Bikes against Bush bicycle-mounted dot matrix street printer)
- Buy the Cats Laughing album at the Steeldragon store
One thought on “EGC Clambake Episode for Dec 30, 2004”
wanted to let you know two things…
First, my case was dismissed on Jan. 20 (same day as inauguration), and I should be getting my bike and other equipment returned once paperwork is processed. Second, my Vipodder script which was based on get_enclosures.pl became the proof-of-concept for ANT (http://AntNotTv.org/). ANT is an RSS video aggregator and viewer for Mac OS X. We released our first public beta on Jan. 22 at the first ever videoblogger’s conference, Vloggercon (http://vloggercon.blogspot.com/), in New York. ANT is freeware and its source code will be released under an open source license.
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