Podcast – 01.06.05

The latest Podcast. Topics include the 2004 Members Choice Awards, the updated Linux Reviews section, another LQ Radio update, Firefox, mainstrem Linux and Gates at CES.
–jeremy Podcast – 122904

The latest Podcast. Topics include an update on LQ Radio, LQ hitting 150,000 members, the 2004 LQ Members Choice Awards, sponsoring the upcoming Linux Desktop Summit, LWE Boston and some general Linux news.
–jeremy Podcast – 121404

This Podcast includes more LQ Podcast and LQ Show updates, our participation in the LinuxWorld expo in Boston, a flurry of Linux expos and LQ being reviewed at NewsForge.
–jeremy Podcast – 120904

This Podcast includes an audacity update, the announcement of an LQ Show, updated FC3 kernel that works with the iPod, Linux news and Scale 3x.
–jeremy Podcast – 120204

Another mini LQ podcast. Pop free topics include more feedback, a guest Podcaster, LinuxWorld Sponsorship and intro music.
–jeremy Podcast – 112604

Here's the latest Podcast. Topics include LQ updates, our potential Podcast hardware (will it be Apple?),, my Audacity problems, LQ sponsoring the OSDL Enterprise Linux Summit and my Fedora iPod kernel for FC3. BTW, the mic is a bit misplaced which caused the occasional pop – I'll make sure to get the fixed for the next podcast.

Another LQ Podcast Test

Here's another test of the podcast setup we'll be using. We're almost ready to go live with this, but I'm still looking for feedback on this! Thanks.

Interesting Idea After the LQ Podcast is in Production

I'm listening to a podcast from Adam Curry and it seems you can podcast a Skype conference call. Having a couple LQ mods be able to participate in a discussion, for free over VOIP, and then having the ability to share that conference call with the world seems like it has a ton of potential. First step though is getting the podcast off the ground, which I am working on. Luckily, it's almost there. I'll hopefully have a longer test up over the next couple of days.

Testing 1..2..3 – Podcast

While I don't have all the new equipment yet, I do have enough to start testing. Let me know how this sounds to everyone. I'd also be interested in what you want to hear on the Podcast. Many people have been asking me what a Podcast is. From iPodder
Think how a desktop aggregator works. You subscribe to a set of feeds, and then can easily view the new stuff from all of the feeds together, or each feed separately.
Podcasting works the same way, with one exception. Instead of reading the new content on a computer screen, you listen to the new content on an iPod or iPod-like device.
Think of your iPod as having a set of subscriptions that are checked regularly for updates.