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Podcasting 101 slides

Dear Reader,

Well podCampNashville is in the can and what a wonderful time we had. I got to meet C.C. Chapman, Joseph Jaffe and a bunch of other cool people. I also got to see my pld boss Paul van Hosen, whom I never get to see anymore except at *CampNashville.

For those who wanted copies, here are my slides. I hope you enjoyed the presentation.

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Until next time,
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I’m on “Managing The Gray”

Dear Reader,

w00t! I’m featured on a short segment on CC Chapman’s “Managing The Gray”. My segment, “The 60 second tech” is at the very end of “How to Break Into New Media as a Career”.

Do me a favor, drop by CC’s site and let him know how much you appreciate him adding my segment to his already wonderful podcast. Be truthful and honest when you tell him that “60 Second Tech” is a great way to cap off his insights into…whatever he happens to be talking about at the moment. (If you don’t subscribe to his podcast, you really need to…it’s one of the ones I wait for each week)

I figure with all my friends and family posting, we may can get 2 maybe even 3 positive comments! :)

Until next time,
(l)(k)(bunny)
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p.s. Thanks C.C.!

Podcasts I Don’t Listen to Anymore: The Innovise Guys

Dear Reader,

Regular readers know that I’ve got several projects running right now, hosting for PHP Developers, Love Poetry, PHP Podcast List, and others to be announced soon. To help get these projects noticed, I’m starting to listen to a lot of podcasts, specifically marketing podcasts.

Some of the podcasts I’ve picked up since November have been pretty good, however, some have been less than stellar and other just seem to not deliver what they promised. So that others can make better decisions, I’m going to start listing the ones that didn’t make the cut and why.

The Innovise Guys
I listened to three episodes on this one before I decided it’s not for me. They review books and talk to the authors. The audio quality lacks at points and the opening is usually much louder than the main body. However, the biggest problem for me on this one is they just don’t review books that are of interest to me. Overall, I didn’t discontinue this one because it was bad, it just wasn’t interesting to me.

Until next time,
(l)(k)(bunny)
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Planet p0wnage

Dear Reader,

For about an hour or two today, I had the top two posts on planet-php.org.

The first post was for Chris Shiflett’s Advent Calendar, the second post, not pictured, was the post for the latest episode of “The ZendCon Sessions”, “Best Practices for sending Mail” presented by Wez Furlong.

Until next time,
(l)(k)(bunny)
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killerphp.com is the Newest Feed for phppodcasts.com

Dear Reader,

I’ve recently added a new feed to phppodcasts.com, killerphp.com. If you’ve not visited killerphp.com, I suggest you do so now. It’s a great resource for people learning PHP. Stefan Mischook creates some great (killer) videos to walk you through the basics of PHP.

Links to his latest work can be found on phppodcasts.com. Even though it’s not strictly a podcast, it is a great resource and one I’m sure the readers of phppodcasts.com are going to want to follow.

Until next time,
(l)(k)(bunny)

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