Latest Podcast: The Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show #033


Show number 033 of The Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show is up.  EELS is Dave Wallace and Mike Seyfang‘s podcast.  I recently joined them as a co-host.

Naked Biff, of Naked Yak fame, joined us for this show. The four of us talked about talk about Biff’s company, Naked, a start-up company working on a new open messaging service. The conversation about Naked’s open messaging service led to a discussion about social networking, the need for user-defined flexibility between openness and privacy, the need for trust in the social networking space, methods to bring business to networking as a business enhancement, and the focus on content over platform.

It was a fun show.  Listen or download here.

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Exciting Podcast News


I am happy and honored to announce that my pals Dave Wallace and Mike Seyfang have asked me to join them as a regular on their excellent Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show podcast.  We did a show the night before last, which is available here.

You may recall that I was a guest on the show back in May.  It was a lot of fun and I’m looking forward to being a regular on the show.

On the most recent show, we talked about social networks, business models and the human desire to stay connected with friends and family.  Dave and Mike are smart guys, and we don’t always agree on stuff- which makes for fun conversations.  I’ll be inviting some folks from my blog roll to be guests on future shows, so stay tuned.

Oh, and if you have trouble telling who’s who on the show, I’m the one with the funny accent 🙂

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The Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show

I was a guest on last night’s edition of Dave Wallace and Mike Seyfang‘s The Extraordinary Everyday Lives Show podcast.  The show is up and available.  Go give us a listen!

We talked about blogging, networks, music, RSS, Facebook, MySpace, podcasting and all sorts of other interesting topics.

I really enjoyed it, and would welcome the opportunity to guest on more podcasts.

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