New Podcast: EELS #70

Dave, Mike and I got together for The Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show #70 this week.

We talked about Dave’s fancy new headset, Mike’s science and film exploits, our recent trip to New Braunfels, the bad-ET behavior of the Palm Pre, Facebook’s snooze-inducing purchase of FriendFeed, the popular mistreatment of RSS, the death of the stand alone RSS reader, microphones, and how to make everything better.

As always, we had lots of good discussion, debate and laughs.  Read more details here, or give us a listen by clicking here.  I’m the one with the funny accent.

New Podcast: EELS #69

Dave, Mike and I got together for The Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show #69 this week.  Vin Brown was our guest.

We talked about Apple’s ridiculous rejection of Google Voice apps, the pros and cons of the App Store’s walled garden, the death of the download, VOIP options, artist marketing in the new music industry, the new Lifekludger wiki and, my favorite topic of the night, the Kookaburra/Down Under copyright fight.  Mike’s second rendition of the Kookaburra song is the highlight of my Skype experience so far.

As always, we had lots of good discussion, debate and laughs.  Read more details here, or give us a listen by clicking here.  I’m the one with the funny accent.

New Podcast: EELS #66

Dave, Mike and I got together for The Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show #66 this week.  We talked about Dave’s Evernote munging (Dave can make just about anything do just about anything), SuperDuper, Casper, Mike’s work with the Environment Institute and my amazing and completely accidental bee photo.  I even had a chance to rant a little about VRM and the so-called semantic web.

We also talked about good company involvement in the social media stream (Topify, Comcast) and blown opportunities (Evernote, Blip.fm).

As always, we had lots of good discussion, debate and laughs.  Read more details here, or give us a listen by clicking here.  I’m the one with the funny accent.

If you’re into tech, and particularly if you are a developer of a cool app or service that needs a little exposure, drop me a line (see the link in the left hand column) and we’ll see about having you on a future show.  Trust me, it’s a good time.

New Podcast: EELS #65

Dave, Mike and I got together for The Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show #65 this week.  We talked about public wi-fi access and licensing, Linux, Tumblr (my review here; my Tumblr page here), Evernote, Read It Later, Linda Thompson’s micro-financing of her new record and more.

As always, we had lots of good discussion, debate and laughs.  Read more details here, or give us a listen by clicking here.  I’m the one with the funny accent.

If you’re into tech, and particularly if you are a developer of a cool app or service that needs a little exposure, drop me a line (see the link in the left hand column) and we’ll see about having you on a future show.  Trust me, it’s a good time.

New Podcast: EELS #63

Dave and I got together for The Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show #63 this week.  Mike was off doing some sort of real work, so we just talked about him instead of to him.  Among the many other topics we covered are Roy Blumenthal‘s excellent art, Wikipedia, Twitter, my excellent experience with Microsoft’s Live Writer developer support, the very useful Topify and Pogoplug (my review here).

As always, we had lots of good discussion, debate and laughs.  Read more details here, or give us a listen by clicking here.  I’m the one with the funny accent.

If you’re into tech, and particularly if you are a developer of a cool app that needs a little exposure, drop me a line (see the link in the left hand column) and we’ll see about having you on a future show.  Trust me, it’s a good time.

New Podcast: EELS #62

Dave, Mike and I got together for The Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show #62 last night.  Those guys are super-smart and very interesting.  It is absolutely an honor to get to kick topics around with them every couple of weeks.  If you don’t already follow them on Twitter, you should do it right now:  @dnwallace and @fang.

We talked about the pending death (or perhaps rebirth?) of newspapers, online advertising as a crappy business model, getting major media content on mobile devices, the link economy and my favorite application, Evernote.

Lots of good discussion, debate and laughs.  Read more details here, or give us a listen by clicking here.  I’m the one with the funny accent.