(T+A #18) Technology and the Arts: 8/29/2007

(T+A #18) Technology and the Arts: 8/29/2007

Guest Whitney Hoffman, lead organizer of PodCamp Philly, talks about the three-day event taking place at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Sept. 7-9, 2007, as well as how she Other topics of discussion include a look at various flow charts on the Web, WordPress MU, Wal-Mart’s move to sell DRM-free music online, Google Sky and the upcoming NASAimages.org. Hosts: Brian Kelley, John LeMasney. File size: 18 MB. Time: 38 min., 37 sec.

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Show Notes for Technology and the Arts Podcast #18

PodCamp PhillyGuest Whitney Hoffman, lead organizer of PodCamp Philly, talks about the three-day event taking place at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Sept. 7-9, 2007, as well as how she Other topics of discussion include a look at various flow charts on the Web, WordPress MU, Wal-Mart’s move to sell DRM-free music online, Google Sky and the upcoming NASAimages.org. Hosts: Brian Kelley, John LeMasney. File size: 18 MB. Time: 38 min., 37 sec.

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  • PodCamp Philly – Learn more about this three-day event, taking place at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Sept. 7-9, 2007…or go directly to the PodCamp Philly wiki to register.
  • LD Podcast – The home for guest Whitney Hoffman’s weekly podcast about all aspects of learning disabilities and kids who struggle in school.

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The Technology and the Arts podcast takes an extra week off for the Labor Day holiday and for Brian’s attendance at PodCamp Philly. The podcast will return Sept. 19.

(T+A #17) Technology and the Arts: 8/15/2007

(T+A #17) Technology and the Arts: 8/15/2007

In this installment of the Technology and the Arts podcast, topics discussed include Universal Music Group’s plan to sell DRM-free music online, the ReacTable and an Oxford University professor’s theory that we may all exist in a computer simulation being run in the future. Hosts: Brian Kelley, John LeMasney. File size: 6.5 MB. Time: 13 min., 25 sec.

Show Notes for Technology and the Arts Podcast #17

In this installment of the Technology and the Arts podcast, topics discussed include Universal Music Group’s plan to sell DRM-free music online, the ReacTable and an Oxford University professor’s theory that we may all exist in a computer simulation being run in the future. Hosts: Brian Kelley, John LeMasney. File size: 6.5 MB. Time: 13 min., 25 sec.

Note: Be forewarned…Brian recorded this podcast solo.

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(T+A #16) Technology and the Arts: 8/1/2007

(T+A #16) Technology and the Arts: 8/1/2007

In this installment of the Technology and the Arts podcast, topics of discussion include a Wired How-to wiki on “How to Explain DRM to Your Dad,” a guide to photographer’s rights, 10 ways to become a self-taught master through autodidacticism, an IT professional who wrote a book on his cell phone during his daily commute, and WXPN’s upcoming countdown of the 885 Most Memorable Musical Moments…plus more. Hosts: Brian Kelley, John LeMasney. File size: 10 MB. Time: 21 min., 20 sec.

Show Notes for Technology and the Arts Podcast #16

NOTE: I apologize for being a day late with this…we tried yet another way to record our conversation — this time using Apple’s iChat. Thankfully, I saved a copy of the GarageBand file because I had to refer to that file more than once to rebuild some recordings that I had inadvertently lost during the editing process. So between editing delays and not being around an Internet connection last night, I didn’t have much of a chance to get this online. – Brian

In this installment of the Technology and the Arts podcast, topics of discussion include a Wired How-to wiki on “How to Explain DRM to Your Dad,” a guide to photographer’s rights, 10 ways to become a self-taught master through autodidacticism, an IT professional who wrote a book on his cell phone during his daily commute, and WXPN’s upcoming countdown of the 885 Most Memorable Musical Moments…plus more. Hosts: Brian Kelley, John LeMasney. File size: 10 MB. Time: 21 min., 20 sec.

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