Woo hoo, the Eleventh Cleverhack Podcast is here. Don’t get all excited or anything like that. This podcast covers such subjects as what’s been going on around here these past few months, my work is also my hobby (or the other way around), sessions I enjoyed at Ad:Tech, some new Web 2.0 sites including Blubrry, foneshow, meebo and twitter.
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The tenth cleverhack podcast is now posted. Abbreviated some, but featuring ruminations on the awesomest summer camp, this podcast is recategorized in iTunes, more about the AOL search data and what it means to your favorite executive, 2 reasons to pay attention to Web 2.0 and an Etsy find.
The ninth cleverhack podcast is now posted for your enjoyment. This podcast covers spam and discusses a recent Wall Street Journal article about empty spam and the concept of greylisting with your MTA. Enjoy.
Update: I have created a new image for the podcast album art…fear my photoshop skills…or not…
We’re back and back to normal after a power outage earlier this week. The seventh cleverhack podcast covers such topics as Ironman Lake Placid, the Wall Street Journal using Technorati tools, trends in accessibility for the blind on the Web including Google Accessible Web Search and the importance of describing Web site elements correctly via “alt tags”, a discussion of RSS in Web Marketing spurred by Robert Scoble, new music from Cut Chemist, a new Death Cab tour date and some sound effects.
The fifth cleverhack podcast, just in time for the fourth of July, is now posted. A short and sweet podcast covering a few more thoughts about the Kinderstart lawsuit, initial impressions of the Motorola E815 cell phone, some SEO observations and a way to attract traffic via YouTube.
Fourth cleverhack podcast featuring: Annoying ringtones, Broken hard drives, Bluetooth troubles, Thoughts about Apple, Google advertising, Music and more.
Note: for those of you using iTunes, there may be a problem with the feed, I’m trying to fix that.
Podcast topics include site news, the Philly blogger meetup, thoughts about software user interface design, CSS boxes and a pop culture critique of Rolling Stone Magazine.
Note: To follow up with something I noted in the podcast, I apparently need to use the WordPress rich text editor to use the podPress plugin.
Introducing the second cleverhack podcast, now with more interruptions and better volume.
Topics covered include 2005 Sofia Rose wine, updating my PowerBook’s RAM, cleverhack site news, blog updates via email, Google bashing, moblogging thoughts and ramblings about music, missing Postal Service singles and cruddy XM radio reception.
I am pleased to announce (with not that much background noise) the first cleverhack podcast.
Topics include: Background noise, cleverhack site info, Technorati, tech news, my LG VX9800 phone saga, thoughts about current music and more.
Update: I’m trying to get the Mighty Seek Podpress plugin working- as you can see the flash podplayer doesn’t work. But the old school direct link to the mp3 file does. It’s something with the .htaccess file apparently and I’m a tad bit frustrated that the install docs failed to mention this.
Update 2: The flash player is working now. The whole mention of the .htaccess in the install FAQ led me on a snipe hunt, but all is well now and the only part of the plugin that doesn’t work is the stats, and at this point, they aren’t really that important. Also, the flash player has a bug in which it requires the mp3 file to be encoded at 11.025 kHz, 22.050 kHz or 44.100 kHz.