Tag Archives: Word of the year

Podcast: Wikipedantry, Firefox and Mac Smoke

By | November 27, 2009

This week’s podcast is from my weekly slot on Radio Australia Today with Phil Kafcaloudes and Adelaine Ng: Reports of Wikipedia’s demise: Premature? Firefox turns five. What future the browser? Is Apple refusing to fix computers belonging to smokers? To listen to the podcast, click on the button below. To subscribe, click here Loose Wireless 091127 I appear on… Read More »

Podcast: The Joy of Monitors

By | January 27, 2006

The joy of having more than one screen, and controlling other computers from one keyboard. It’s less nerdy than it sounds. This is podcast version of my BBC World Service column, which runs on the World Business Report.  Download it and/or subscribe to the podcast feed here. For more on extra monitors, check out my resource page here.… Read More »

Podcast: New Words

By | January 3, 2006

Here’s another podcast version of my BBC World Service column, which runs on the World Business Report. It’s about new words and where they come from. Download it, or subscribe to the podcast feed here. http://www.loosewireblog.com/files/new_lingo_with_cue.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

A Directory Of Podcast Directories

By | June 23, 2005

To accompany my column this week on podcasting (which will appear here when it’s out; subscription only I’m afraid), here’s a directory of podcast directories (and search engines), in no particular order: iPodder Podcast Alley iPodderX PodNova Podcast.net Podcast Central Blast Podcast Potkast The Podcast Network PodcastHost Directory PodTower.com PublicRadioFan.com Podcast Directory Podcast Pickle Podcasting News directory PodCasterWorld… Read More »

Podentaries

By | May 28, 2005

Great piece (thanks, Bleeding Edge) by Randy Kennedy in today’s NYT about podcasting audio tours: With Irreverence and an iPod, Recreating the Museum Tour : The creators of this guide, David Gilbert, a professor of communication at Marymount Manhattan College, and a group of his students, describe it on their Web site as a way to “hack the… Read More »