Ray Noorda podcast posted to the homepage of PodTech.net

After lots of work, Kip Meacham, Cyd Tetro, and I worked into the night to weave together 6 interviews into a 16 minute Ray Noorda Tribute Podcast.The podcast was posted to the homepage of PodTech.net…. Check out the article here on PodTech’s web site.Special thanks to Ty Mattingly, Ron Heinz, Darl McBride, David Bradford, Drew Major, and Ransom Love for taking the time to share their personal experience working with a legend.

Facebook’s gotta get the “$B” now

So Google decided to get smart and stop building an inferior product and just buy the brand in YouTube. Hard to imagine that YouTube could be worth a thousand and a half million dollars ($1.65B), but it’s clear that there’s still future dollars in eyeballs.

Meet-Up / Podcasting for PodTech and Rocky Mountain Voices

We have been out recording people — I’ve recorded Andrew Hartsfield from WiLife, Lee Gibbons from Podango, John Furrier from PodTech.net. Our goal is to foster the community with more visibility using the power of social media like Podcasting, blogging, and video blogs.

18 great years…wow that was fast

Some of my favorite adventures included: Walking across the Golden Gate BridgeShopping in Union Square — we had a fun time in the Tiffany’s and Levi storeVisiting the SFMOMA for 4 1/2 hoursEating San Fran sour dough bread from BoudinVisiting the just opened Bloomingdale’sMaking the pilgrimage to the Apple Store — they were having and iMovie contest showingDragging Amy around without a car, including the BART ride from Oakland, the walk from Powell and Market to Chinatown to Fisherman’s Warf…. I was draw-in from a distance by the sound of Radiohead’s “Where I Begin and You End” from Hail to the Thief.Fisherman’s Warf was filled with lots of life and of course seafood.

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