I create a prototype podcast that I am considering doing on a regular basis. Right now it is pretty raw and needs technical production help. It is also missing a key ingredient like a conversation between two or more people instead of a monolog. Feedback is greatly appreciated.
It it tentatively called "Tech Rag Tear Outs (TRTO)" and the basis for the show is that I read a lot of technology magazines and rip out articles that look interesting to pass on to others at work. So, this podcast is a verbalization of those tear outs.
Target audience would probably be information technology (IT) professionals and some home technology power users. The things discussed in this version (from these sources: Federal Computer Week, Network World, Mobile Enterprise, Information Week, PC Magazine, PC World):
- Traveling Wi-Fi
- Smart Phones
- Media Center
- GPS Watch
- Apple Xserver cluster
- Dell Ultralight
- Eizo and HP LCDs
- Client Firewall/IDS/Policy software
- Hughes' satellite VPN
- Microsoft & Polycom collaboration
- New storage products (Cisco, Network Appliance, Microsoft, & Overland Data)
- Army looking for Microsoft professionals
I think I created a good ipodder subscription XML link: http://sholden.typepad.com/weblog/audio.xml. I used Audacity to record the audio and build the MP3. I am a Windows user, so I am interested in any potentially better tools (Nero?).
UPDATE: This file has been archived offline. Send me email if you want it.