Will podcasting save BitTorrent?

A bit of a tiff broke out at Gnomedex when Dave Winer challenged Adam Curry to use BitTorrent as a means of distributing his podcast, “Daily Source Code,” and thus solve his bandwidth problems. Curry evidently resisted, noting that BitTorrent is viewed by many as a vehicle for the illegal distribution of large copyrighted files, notably movies. But BitTorrent itself isn’t illegal, and Winer noted that Curry’s use of it would be non-infringing.

Several podcasters already make their podcasts subscribable using BitTorrent. I keep meaning to talk to Neville about offering “For Immediate Release” through BitTorrent. It irks me that this… Read More »

The value of social tagging

If you’re looking for examples of how social tagging can provide real value, take a look at the Gnomedex2005 tag at Technorati. Attendees of Chris Pirillo’s recently-concluded tech conference agreed to tag their blog posts about the session making it easy for anyone to keep track of all the various posts just by searching the tag at Technorati. While this group tagging concept isn’t exactly new, its use at a high-profile event like Gnomedex helps make one of tagging’s uses clear.

At the IABC conference, which I’m at right now, incoming chairman Warren Bickford has recruited a dozen attendees to blog the conference on the IABC CafeRead More »

Light blogging will continue

I know, I know. Not much has gone up in the past few weeks. I’ve been on the road, and if you check my calendar on my main website, you’ll see that I’m going to continue to be on the road. A lot. This is good: I’m making money! This is bad: I’m away from my family and there’s precious little time to blog…especially when I have to keep up the podcasting schedule. From hotel rooms on Mondays and Thursdays, after getting up at 4:30 a.m., I Skype Neville at 6 a.m., wrap up the recording by 7 a.m., handle the edits and uploads by 7:50 a.m., and am downstairs for the meeting or workshop by 8. Usually there’s a group dinner or some other event… Read More »

The Hobson & Holtz Report - Podcast #44: June 23, 2005

Content summary: Listeners’ comments (on CEOs blogging internally; lower case is the way to go; KetchumIdeas; more on RSS; polls on blogs; getting the right URL; more on Ketchum; introducing The Spinfluencer); audio report on the power of gossip; better ways for doing podcast show notes; read your email out loud; more on Ketchum; Scandinavian employee survey; BritCaster; Dutch business blog meeting.

Show notes for June 23, 2005

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Welcome to For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report, a 72-minute conversation recorded live from Concord, California, USA, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Download the file here (MP3, 27MB), or sign… Read More »

Interview: Jochen Specht and Jim Lukach, Siemens USA, June 23, 2005

Shel HoltzIn this edition of For Immediate Release podcast interviews, Shel enjoyed a 28-minute conversation with Jochen Specht and Jim Lukach of Siemens USA addressing implementation of RSS feeds and blogs on the company’s intranet.


About our conversation partners:

Jochen Specht is Manager of Web Strategy for Siemens USA at the company’s Iselin, New Jersey (USA) headquarters. Jim Lukach is Manager of Online Communication at the same office.

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Download the conversation here (MP3, 21MB), or sign up for the RSS feed to get it and our future shows automatically. (For automatic synchronization with your iPod or other digital player, you’ll also… Read More »

Interview: Angela Sinickas and Tudor Williams - June 22, 2005

In this edition of For Immediate Release podcast interviews, Shel enjoyed a 49-minute conversation with Angela Sinickas, ABC and Tudor Williams, ABC, two of the leading internal communications measurement authorities in the business.

About our conversation partners:

imageimageA pioneer in the field of organizational communication measurement, Angela Sinickas has been measuring the effectiveness of communications since 1981. Her prolific publications and speaking engagements on the topic since then have made her name synonymous with measurement of organizational communication. Angela and her measurement work have been cited in Harvard Business… Read More »

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