Monday, January 31, 2005
This week's podcast (MP3) looks at protopodcasting, who's reformation is it anyway?, metadata (friend or foe), and a very Wired courtroom.
- January, 1999 article on Audible and the Audible Mobile Player; Epinions reviews; EGR; me, in August '02, so quick to ditch the black-and-turquoise "ear" for one of the first iPods (and one of the first podcasts); March '00 interview with Audible founder Don Katz ("We invented the first Internet peripheral, the Audible Mobile Player. And it's actually in the Smithsonian, officially, which is appropriate since we're no longer making the Mobile Player. Happily, because we don't have to.")
- Martin Luther's 95 theses; The Cluetrain Manifesto; Doc Searls, Cheap Talk; Hugh Hewitt's Blog
- Metadata: bug or feature? Attention Deficit: disorder or skill? Attention.XML; Steve Gillmor, Attention Please! Your Metadata Is Showing!
- Wired 13.02, For Verdict, Click Here ("yes, the CTO is a total geek;" link added)
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