unvocab debut

I made my debut on Uncontrolled Vocabulary the other evening. Everyone on the call were folks I had met at one point while at Computers in Libraries last week, and it kind of made my heart ache a little less to hear them all again. I called in on the ShoePhone, but it was glitchy, and I probably won’t use it again. Dunno if it was a TalkShoe problem or a ClearWire problem, but I think my cell phone would sound better.

So, go listen to the episode and revel in our memories of CiL!

who needs television?

Here are a few more podcasts I’ve been listening to lately (previous list): Slice of SciFi – News and reviews of everything science fiction, although it’s mainly film and television oriented. The Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas – Each episode is a discussion of classic science fiction books, movies, and television shows. Radio Free Burrito – Wil … Continue reading “who needs television?”

Here are a few more podcasts I’ve been listening to lately (previous list):

  • Slice of SciFi – News and reviews of everything science fiction, although it’s mainly film and television oriented.
  • The Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas – Each episode is a discussion of classic science fiction books, movies, and television shows.
  • Radio Free Burrito – Wil Wheaton’s experiments with podcasting.

sxsw podcast

Wish you could be at South by Southwest (SXSW) this year? If you can’t be there, at least you can experience some of the music (as well as the schedule) on your iPod. (Yes, I know, it’s not really a podcast. But I got your attention, didn’t I?) [thanks jon]

Wish you could be at South by Southwest (SXSW) this year? If you can’t be there, at least you can experience some of the music (as well as the schedule) on your iPod. (Yes, I know, it’s not really a podcast. But I got your attention, didn’t I?) [thanks jon]

kcrw to podcast

I don’t have an iPod or iShuffle, and I don’t know if/when I’ll ever get one. The library blogosphere and tech geek forums have been bubbling over the podcastings being done by various librarian blogger personalities, so I figured this would be one more bit of info that would send them all into a tizzy. … Continue reading “kcrw to podcast”

I don’t have an iPod or iShuffle, and I don’t know if/when I’ll ever get one. The library blogosphere and tech geek forums have been bubbling over the podcastings being done by various librarian blogger personalities, so I figured this would be one more bit of info that would send them all into a tizzy. KCRW, the intrepid eclectic public radio station out of Santa Monica, will begin offering a podcast that “features the station’s locally produced talk, news, cultural programs and commentaries…free of charge” on March 1st. The announcement page includes a list of the programs that will be podcasted.