podcast

I’d like to record a podcast with one or more other interested individuals, using some sort of software that allows both a multi-party voice chat, *and* records each person’s audio locally in a high-qality format suitable for remixing in post.

I think I remember such software being mentioned somewhere, but I’m not sure where.

Any volunteers? … Bueller?

Qik on the (jailbroken) iPhone

So they seem to have worked out the kinks with the beta Qik client for the iPhone.
Actually, the kinks were in their website’s handling of iPhone-originated video.

In any case, you can go to qik.com/rae
and see my short masterpieces.
Plus, if I happen to be recording at that moment, you can watch it live!
Ooooh, ahhh.

I will embed the video I just took at work for your edification and amusement. :-)

TechTok 06: MacPro speculation, future Apple/CPU upgrades, Intel vs AMD, CPU sockets, Ubuntu

In an atmosphere of speculation due to the about-to-begin Apple World Wide Developer’s Conference, Iain and I
speculate about many things
in a taxi, and later at Annabelle’s Restaurant, across the street from our hotel, the Marriott San Francisco.
(13MB, 27:56)

TechTok 03: open source iTheatre, OpenStep

This week Iain and I are attending
Apple’s World-Wide Developer Conference (a.k.a. WWDC) for 2006.
We chatted on the airplane.
Despite the babies crying in front of us and behind us, and the loud ambience, you can understand almost all of what we’re saying.

One day we’ll actually post edit our recordings.
(4.9MB, 10:35)

Yes, I am on a roll posting these.
The enclosure tags in the posts should make them work as a podcast.
Just add http://tech.tnir.org/feed to your lists of podcasts.