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.
- 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.
Other links related to this episode:
- crumb.tumblr.com – John LeMasney’s tumble log.
- bktandem.tumblr.com – Brian Kelley’s tumble log.
- John and Brian recorded this podcast at Panera Bread at Nassau Park Pavilion in West Windsor, N.J.
- Brian again discusses the plight of the Robert J. Novins Planetarium at Ocean County College in Toms River, N.J., and mentions the Reach for the Stars campaign.
- John discusses various flow charts and decision trees he has found online and has posted on his Tumblr site.
- John talks about installing WordPress MU (multi-user) at Rider University.
- Wal-Mart joins the DRM-free revolution by selling music free of copy-protection software for 94 cents per track.
- Google Earth now looks into deep space with a new Sky view.
- NASA and the Internet Archive are collaborating on NASAimages.org, which will become a huge public gallery of NASA’s decades of space photography and video.
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.