ot:you can tell I've not been watching the podcast scene

From: Rod-Lists 
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Went searching for Chattanooga podcasts and found that feedburner is gone. 

So where do up and coming podcasters host there feeds know? 
Where do old fogeys like myself search for them? 
Found Mixcloud and doubletwist. Anything else? 


On a related point is anyone compiling the definitive list of Cool Chattanooga Sites? 






=============================================================== From: Bobby ------------------------------------------------------ I think most folks use iTunes as their Podcast "directory".

=============================================================== From: Cameron Kilgore ------------------------------------------------------ I can't use iTunes, so I used the old-fashioned Google and add to my feed reader approach. -Cameron Sent via an Android phone I think most folks use iTunes as their Podcast "directory".

=============================================================== From: Bobby ------------------------------------------------------ I use Google Listen, but back when I was using gPodder, it seems like it had a Podcast Directory. Here it is: http://gpodder.net/directory/

=============================================================== From: Chad Smith ------------------------------------------------------ What is a podcast? - Chad W Smith "I like a man who's middle name is W." - President George W. Bush - February 10, 2003 bit.ly/gwb-dubya

=============================================================== From: Cameron Kilgore ------------------------------------------------------ Google Listen isn't great, but its cheaper than BeyondPod. I'll absorb this resource into my being

=============================================================== From: Bobby ------------------------------------------------------ http://lmgtfy.com/?q=podcast&l=1

=============================================================== From: Dan Lyke ------------------------------------------------------ On Mon, 21 Feb 2011 12:07:33 -0500 (EST) Rod-Lists wrote: I hear Cachefly mentioned on a couple of podcasts I listen to, and Coverville keeps mentioning "The Frogpants Media Network". I use Google to search, and Bashpodder to download. Currently cued up in my player are "Planet Money", "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me", "Coverville", "Starship Sofa" and a couple of more niche podcasts. I've recently dropped "This American Life", and will listen to the occasional "Radiolab" episode, but their editing style is annoying. I've tried to listen to various streams from Petaluma's own TWiT.tv and have found that experience unsatisfying. I generally don't like the "two or three people in conversation" or "morning show" style of podcast, and I've found they fall into that vein. I would love a good general tech/science show, J.J. Campanella's segment on Starship Sofa is a good portion of the reason I keep that in Bashpodder, but haven't found one I like yet. Dan

=============================================================== From: Cameron Kilgore ------------------------------------------------------ I listen to the following, not chattanooga related but whatever - The History of Rome - WebDev Radio - Boagworld - PHP Architect - jQuery Podcast - Sitepoint Podcast - BBC World Service Newshour - BBC World Service World Business Daily - Dave Ramsey Show - Clark Howard - Radiolab - The Index Investing Show - Planet Money - Audio Dharma - On Point - One Life Left - Giant Bombcast - Major Nelson - The Ruby Show - This Week in Django I might have forgotten some

=============================================================== From: Chad Smith ------------------------------------------------------ I'm sorry, did I forget to put my tags on that? - Chad W Smith "I like a man who's middle name is W." - President George W. Bush - February 10, 2003 bit.ly/gwb-dubya

=============================================================== From: Bobby ------------------------------------------------------ I think you forgot to add anything to the discussion.

=============================================================== From: Chad Smith ------------------------------------------------------ I think you forgot to learn a sense of humor. - Chad W Smith "I like a man who's middle name is W." - President George W. Bush - February 10, 2003 bit.ly/gwb-dubya

=============================================================== From: Bobby ------------------------------------------------------ I have only been on this list for a few weeks, and I have seen more pointless, unfunny noise from you, than from anyone else.

=============================================================== From: Chad Smith ------------------------------------------------------ I've been on this list for years, and I am not really concerned with your opinion of my input, or lack thereof. - Chad W Smith "I like a man who's middle name is W." - President George W. Bush - February 10, 2003 bit.ly/gwb-dubya

=============================================================== From: Dan Lyke ------------------------------------------------------ Oh, another music podcast, although now that they've got a radio gig they podcast less often: NineBullets.net.

=============================================================== From: Cameron Kilgore ------------------------------------------------------ End of arguing, cut here 8 I have only been on this list for a few weeks, and I have seen more

=============================================================== From: Bobby ------------------------------------------------------ Don't get your feelings hurt, Chad. I will be the bigger man here, don't you worry.

=============================================================== From: Dave Brockman ------------------------------------------------------ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 For those of us that refuse to load apple's latest and greatest version of crapware, Juice works well on the Windows platform. Regards, dtb -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.10 (MingW32) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/ iEYEARECAAYFAk1isLIACgkQABP1RO+tr2Sw0ACgsycRPK9cInT8gNIsPyWd2tp3 hcMAnRXY1Kbc/zhi9Dj9ONEc8qQyO+Ys =00+E -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

=============================================================== From: Tom Wilson ------------------------------------------------------ Aside from the fact that Apple couldn't write a decent piece of Windows software to save their lives, I don't have major issues with iTunes. I only have to use it once a day to sync podcasts.

=============================================================== From: Cameron Kilgore ------------------------------------------------------ iTunes isn't even good on Mac OS X, let alone Windows. It's just gotten bigger. And weirder.

=============================================================== From: Rod-Lists ------------------------------------------------------ iTunes vs. window media player. Do we really want to go there? ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tom Wilson" To: "CHUGALUG" Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2011 9:11:32 AM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern Subject: Re: [Chugalug] ot:you can tell I've not been watching the podcast scene Aside from the fact that Apple couldn't write a decent piece of Windows software to save their lives, I don't have major issues with iTunes. I only have to use it once a day to sync podcasts.

=============================================================== From: Cameron Kilgore ------------------------------------------------------ Winamp 3 Oh yes, I went there.

=============================================================== From: Chad Smith ------------------------------------------------------ VLC - anyone? - Chad W Smith "I like a man who's middle name is W." - President George W. Bush - February 10, 2003 bit.ly/gwb-dubya

=============================================================== From: Lisa Ridley ------------------------------------------------------ Wow...I call Pot / Kettle Have you ever tried to use Microsoft Office for the Mac? Oh, wait.....Office crashes on Windows too, so I guess that's not a good = example :/ version Windows software to save their lives, I don't have major issues with = iTunes.

=============================================================== From: Tom Wilson ------------------------------------------------------ I've had a non-relationship with Apple computers since the late 80s. Had a brief flirtation with OS-X that ended with the Mac being placed in the closet. As for Microsoft Office, the only thing I have any use for is OneNote. OpenOffice suffices for all else.

=============================================================== From: Lisa Ridley ------------------------------------------------------ To each his own. I have a non-relationship with Windows after 25+ years with them. My = non-relationship started after I laid (skeptically) hands on my first = Mac in late 2008. Took about a month to convert me. Now, the only Windows machines in my house are a retired Dell notebook = that hasn't been turned on in over a year, a netbook that hasn't been = turned on in about 3 months that I use for the occasional IE browser = testing, and a Windows desktop that hubby recently bought for the shop = b/c some of the engine specs software he's using runs only on Windows, = and he's not comfortable running Windows on VMWare (he's very = non-techie). I have 4 Macs. Hubby's words to me this morning: "After using a Mac for a little over = a year, and now going back to a Windows computer for part of the day, I = fully understand the Apple fanbase now. It just works!" Hubby's words = to me a year ago when I convinced him to reluctantly start using a Mac = laptop: "It's OK, but I'll never give up my Windows." Oh, and he still carries his Mac to the shop with him every day. good example :/ in the closet.

=============================================================== From: Cameron Kilgore ------------------------------------------------------ I use an iMac at work right now and I VM Windows, and that's about it. I have no interest in switching to anything, although I might get a MacBook as my next laptop i.r.t. reliability (or lackthereof) in the Windows laptop sector. I have no real intent to switch for good -- I prefer to use Windows, and I use mostly multi-platform software on the Mac (NetBeans, LibreOffice, Chrome, Adobe Creative Suite*). I am not interested in the one true path The Steve advertises. I use whatever I can get my software for -- if Linux had Creative Suite, and Steam...i'd be using Linux now. When I start at Utiliflex on Monday, i'll be using Linux almost entirely. *Adobe more or less treats Windows better now. Oh the irony

=============================================================== From: Chad Smith ------------------------------------------------------ Mac user since 2002 at work - 2006 for my primary at home computer. Now, one of my jobs is Windows only, but I take my MBP there everyday I work, and use it. That said, I just reluctantly installed Windows on it via BootCamp, because I wanted to play some games that only exist on Windows or consoles that I don't own. It was cheaper than buying a PS3. Aside: (For any gamers out there, if you haven't checked out OnLive yet, I strongly recommend it. www.onlive.com It's kinda like Steam in that you buy the games through their service, and can play them anywhere you install the client, the difference being the games never install on your hard drive or run on your computer - it's all done on their servers, so your computer doesn't have to be a gaming PC to run it. Sadly, no Linux support yet, but it runs on Mac and Windows, and all the games work the same on either system. The software is free, no monthly fees for the service itseld, and you can play any of the games for free for 30 minutes. That's 30 minutes per game. And even then, it just resets and you can play it again from the beginning. The cost of the games is comparable to console games. They also have a "microconsole" so you can play the games on your HDTV - the console is smaller than the controller!) - Chad W Smith "I like a man who's middle name is W." - President George W. Bush - February 10, 2003 bit.ly/gwb-dubya

=============================================================== From: Lisa Ridley ------------------------------------------------------ I don't subscribe to the "one true path" either -- those that do are = sheep. I think you use the best tool for the job (which is why you = can't beat Linux in the server environment) and the user. I happen to = find my Mac to be the most versatile tool I own. My personal experience = is that I spend more time doing what I like or need to do, and less time = troubleshooting stuff -- end result is the most optimal use of my time = and a lower stress level, all quality of life improvements for me. if that makes me a fanboy, so be it. I'm a happier person, and It's = very zen :D I have no interest in switching to anything, although I might get a = MacBook as my next laptop i.r.t. reliability (or lackthereof) in the = Windows laptop sector. and I use mostly multi-platform software on the Mac (NetBeans, = LibreOffice, Chrome, Adobe Creative Suite*). I am not interested in the = one true path The Steve advertises. Suite, and Steam...i'd be using Linux now. When I start at Utiliflex on = Monday, i'll be using Linux almost entirely. wrote: non-relationship started after I laid (skeptically) hands on my first = Mac in late 2008. Took about a month to convert me. that hasn't been turned on in over a year, a netbook that hasn't been = turned on in about 3 months that I use for the occasional IE browser = testing, and a Windows desktop that hubby recently bought for the shop = b/c some of the engine specs software he's using runs only on Windows, = and he's not comfortable running Windows on VMWare (he's very = non-techie). I have 4 Macs. over a year, and now going back to a Windows computer for part of the = day, I fully understand the Apple fanbase now. It just works!" Hubby's = words to me a year ago when I convinced him to reluctantly start using a = Mac laptop: "It's OK, but I'll never give up my Windows." good example :/ placed in the closet. OneNote.

=============================================================== From: Tom Wilson ------------------------------------------------------ I really tried to like it but I couldn't. Some people are Mac people and some simply aren't. Personally, I would love for CP/M and DOS to make come-backs :)

=============================================================== From: Lisa Ridley ------------------------------------------------------ I've heard some horror stories about Apple's pre-Intel days. I might = have a different opinion had I tried to adopt the platform earlier, IDK. I remember DOS. I reminisce about it every time I lay hands on a = Windows computer. non-relationship started after I laid (skeptically) hands on my first = Mac in late 2008. Took about a month to convert me. notebook that hasn't been turned on in over a year, a netbook that = hasn't been turned on in about 3 months that I use for the occasional IE = browser testing, and a Windows desktop that hubby recently bought for = the shop b/c some of the engine specs software he's using runs only on = Windows, and he's not comfortable running Windows on VMWare (he's very = non-techie). I have 4 Macs. over a year, and now going back to a Windows computer for part of the = day, I fully understand the Apple fanbase now. It just works!" Hubby's = words to me a year ago when I convinced him to reluctantly start using a = Mac laptop: "It's OK, but I'll never give up my Windows." good example :/ placed in the closet. OneNote.

=============================================================== From: Ed King ------------------------------------------------------ From: Cameron Kilgore woohoo! congrats

=============================================================== From: Tom Wilson ------------------------------------------------------ The horror story that was MetroWerks CodeWarrior running on Pre-OS-X machines would make Stephen King green with envy. The "Don't Ask - Don't Tell" approach to memory management and the "Mexican Standoff" multi-tasking were horrid. I don't really think of DOS anymore on a Windows machine. I think of how nice it would be to do something other than fool with VisualStudio.

=============================================================== From: Ed King ------------------------------------------------------ I didn't know DOS ever went away ;-) my wife and I love to turn on the ol' Tandy1000 and play old DOS games (Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, etc) after dinner

=============================================================== From: Lisa Ridley ------------------------------------------------------ I wish I still had my old Tandy 1000, dual floppies and all. Those were some of the best games.... the ol'=20 after dinner

=============================================================== From: Dave Brockman ------------------------------------------------------ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Doesn't that just about say it all? It's rather chatty, and I don't particularly care for workstations advertising their services nor creating their own multicast groups. Also think it's asinine to require a 90MB download to activate a phone. (Thanks Verizon). Regards, dtb -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.10 (MingW32) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/ iEYEARECAAYFAk1j3PQACgkQABP1RO+tr2TPCgCfWPQLF9aoexT7dTkilz/X6UGu gNwAn0OscGth9i8HRS5bMdN0oT0Y41mC =dUmt -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

=============================================================== From: Dave Brockman ------------------------------------------------------ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 VLC. Regards, dtb -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.10 (MingW32) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/ iEYEARECAAYFAk1j3VgACgkQABP1RO+tr2TK/ACfS3qljTmRa2WJuZ+7iiKksiVS et0AnjloIemI71rNMjmKQY+0d/QacJIb =Cw4I -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

=============================================================== From: Tom Wilson ------------------------------------------------------ I fail to understand why a stand-alone mobile device needs a PC-based application to activate. I'm lead to understand that the iPad requires a PC to activate as well. Android: Supply gmail account. Click a few buttons. Done. Kindle: Supply Amazon account. Click a few buttons. Done. *shrug*

=============================================================== From: Chad Smith ------------------------------------------------------ It's just the phones. iPod Touches and iPads do not require a PC to activate. Activation is a phone-only thing. And if you get your phone activated at the store, or if your phone is unlocked, you don't have to have a computer. - Chad W Smith "I like a man who's middle name is W." - President George W. Bush - February 10, 2003 bit.ly/gwb-dubya

=============================================================== From: wes ------------------------------------------------------ just out of curiosity, can you create a gmail or amazon account via the device if you don't already have one? -wes

=============================================================== From: Cameron Kilgore ------------------------------------------------------ activate. Activation is a phone-only thing. And if you get your phone activated at the store, or if your phone is unlocked, you don't have to have a computer. Really, because last time I had an iPod Touch I had to dock it with iTunes before I could use it. Said so on first boot. device if you don't already have one? Yes on Android, probably on Kindle.

=============================================================== From: Tom Wilson ------------------------------------------------------ -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: [Chugalug] ot:you can tell I've not been watching the podcast scene Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2011 12:27:13 -0500 From: Tom Wilson To: wes That, I do not know. I've had both accounts for so long that they were entered via muscle memory. On the Kindle, I suspect it could call up the webkit browser and have a person register one there. Now, I am curious. I ought to deactivate mine and see.

=============================================================== From: Dan Lyke ------------------------------------------------------ On Tue, 22 Feb 2011 11:55:33 -0500 Tom Wilson wrote: I don't remember it needing a PC to activate, but unless you're willing pay Apple a premium for stuff you already have, or live with it just being an Internet dumb-terminal, the iPad really does need a PC connection to be useful. It would be really nice if you could save PDFs and .epub files for later perusal rather than needing a net connection all the time. (And don't get me started on the caching system that the browser uses that makes blogging from it damned nigh impossible.) Dan

=============================================================== From: Rod-Lists ------------------------------------------------------ not that much difference. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lisa Ridley" To: "CHUGALUG" Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2011 10:30:23 AM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern Subject: Re: [Chugalug] ot:you can tell I've not been watching the podcast scene I've heard some horror stories about Apple's pre-Intel days. I might have a different opinion had I tried to adopt the platform earlier, IDK. I remember DOS. I reminisce about it every time I lay hands on a Windows computer.

=============================================================== From: James Nylen ------------------------------------------------------ Personally I prefer vim.

=============================================================== From: Dave Brockman ------------------------------------------------------ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Ask VZW, according to Apple, it was their choice to route activations through itunes. I fail to understand why on day of release, their first and second lines of tech support didn't know this, and I had to spent damn near two hours before routed to Apple who could explain the issue. Regards, dtb -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.10 (MingW32) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/ iEYEARECAAYFAk1kI4kACgkQABP1RO+tr2TxlQCfQAQOGUV0rhOXOjM1Uw6MufmB +UwAniBK+s+AJ1XzPq8FKvy86/buE6n1 =4QyI -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

=============================================================== From: Cameron Kilgore ------------------------------------------------------ In all earnest, OTA updates on Android are also huge. It's a problem easily solved by competent programmers.

=============================================================== From: flushy ------------------------------------------------------ wow. congrats. I totally missed this hidden amongst the fluff. --b

=============================================================== From: Tom Wilson ------------------------------------------------------ Followup: The answer is yes - You can, indeed, register a new Amazon account directly from the Kindle.