July 11, 2008 |
Final Update: Thanks to Steven Hodson for cobbling together an MP3 even with the multiple technical issues. It's available on Talkshoe and iTunes, or you can listen to it right here:
Updated: Sorry about the technical issues, everyone! We still have no idea what happened with Talkshoe, but we managed a Skype call with broadcast to Ustream as a kludged solution. I'll post the recording as soon as we (more like Steven Hodson) get it all glued together since we had to restart the call twice, but thanks to Jordan Golson of The Industry Standard for joining us on the call, and we'll be back next week with hopefully fewer tech problems!
Well, it looks like my experimental podcast with Duncan Riley of The Inquisitr and Steven Hodson of WinExtra and Mashable is going to be a weekly show. This week we've bumped the day up so that Duncan can have something he calls a weekend, so the second episode of Things You Can't Say About the Internet will be today! Topics we'll be discussing include the one topic we didn't get to yet, as well as new stories from this week:
- what we expect of companies like Google and Yahoo operating in China
- the hidden (and based on this week, blatant) racism and misogyny that seems to exist in the tech blogosphere
- Duncan Riley and Scott McClellan (he couldn't possibly think Hodson and I would have missed this one)
- and, if time allows, since the show is actually Friday in Aussie time, we might let Duncan blather a bit about his new iPhone
Tune in tonight at 11 PM Eastern, 8 PM Pacific, 1 PM Friday in Australia, 10 AM Friday in Novosibirsk, and well, if you can't figure out where your time zone in there, you can always listen to it after we post the show. Again, most of us try to behave, but there may be a wee bit of off-color language. Especially if Duncan starts bragging on his iPhone.