My Collaborative Law and ADR podcast has grown a second episode and I have to admit to being very pleased with how it is going.
The hits for the first show were very good and the feedback was excellent, such as
- You’re naturals. Can’t wait for the next edition
- Great clarity. A nice human touch to professional matters
- Really enjoyed it.
- A great first show!
The tech I am using is very straightforward – conference calls on Skype recorded using the excellent Pamela.org Skype recording tool and then podcasted using Pamela’s in-built facilities and blubrry’s podcast plug-in on my www.collaborativelaw.tv wordpress based website.
If you are interested in starting a podcast then try this arrangement.
I haven’t yet nailed the full RSS issues but I’ll get that sorted.
If you need to download in the meantime then use this link
I have always had a fiercely independent attitude. It is the legacy of too much indie music as a student and a Carter USM haircut.
As a result I railed against the ubiquitous iPhone and signed up for the Android revolution. Android is a mobile phone standard created by Google.
There is quite a bit of geekdebate as to which is better, iPhone or Android. It is like the C64 vs Spectrum playground arguments of the mid ’80s.
Actually that analogy doesn’t really work. The open standardization of Android makes it more like the neglected MSX competitor. Only MSXes were crappy. And nobody had one or at least they never admitted to it if they did.
Android though has already established itself as a credible threat to the iPhone empire. I am pleased to report also that application developers are increasingly developing Android versions of their apps now.
For example, my best friend WordPress, have now provided an excellent blogging app that has enabled me to effortlessy ramble this post on my HTC Hero mobile while on the bus to work.
So if you cannot bring yourself to join the Apple masses sign up for the Android revolution instead.