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Podcasting vult je mp3-speler

For my Dutch readers, this is a Dutch article on Podcasting!

http://www4.hccnet.nl/404/index.cfm?fuseaction=achtergronden.ArtikelPage&id=790&otherid=0

Cool.

 

 

Posted On Saturday, October 30, 2004 7:20 PM

My Favorite Podcasts - Good place to start!
This list is for Tejas, in responce to his post, but anyone may find it usefull.Here is a list of my favorite podcasts, most are of higher-quality than others, but I find them all interesting! You need to, at the very least, listen to AdamCurry's Daily Source Code. Its has a high production value, and is leading the way for everyone else, almost everyone in podcasting registers to his feed. Adam Curry: The Daily Source CodeRss: http://radio.weblogs.com/00... ......

Posted On Saturday, October 30, 2004 12:15 AM

Techshorts.com

Richard over at Techshorts.com is person number 8 to respond to my shoutout on Openpodcast.org for people to add me to their msn messenger

Posted On Sunday, October 24, 2004 5:49 AM

Security: Linux vs Windows, administering Windows over telnet
http://www.theregister.co.u... report just out by Nicholas Petreley takes a good hard look at both OS's from a security standpoint, comparing design charateristics and the way vurlnerablilities en inherrent buildup of the OS influences the actual severity of exploits and how this is messured most effectivly.Though the arcticle is clearly anti-MS biased, I found it a insighfull read and will be using its many facts and figures often. I must also say that I agree ......

Posted On Sunday, October 24, 2004 2:21 AM

Podcast Chaos

Innundated with podcast...  how can I listen to it all!

 

Posted On Saturday, October 23, 2004 10:32 PM

Ughm... *rubbs head*
Well the last week has been colorfull. Started the new job at the media company, and feelings are still mixed. First of all, the positive points.This is a big operation. Its a very cool enviroment to work in. Round the corner of this office is the cotrol room for our national television channels, and upstairs are the newsrooms themsselves, that we had a walk though. When I go to lunch I see people I previously only new from TV. Yesterday I got the grand tour from one of the network guys. I visited ......

Posted On Friday, October 22, 2004 3:23 PM

Show us your rack!
Cool. Kevin over at Kevin's Stuff featured me on his podcast.. twice! I'll be working on some feedback for the topics he shouted out. He was thinking about a catch-frase for the show, and he came up with "Show us your rack!" .. which I think is excellent! I switched back to ipodder for my cast feeds, on account of Doppler not having any kind of history functionality... yet. You see, I will listen to a cast, and then delete it strait out of Media Player. Ipodder keeps a little text file with url/names ......

Posted On Friday, October 15, 2004 1:22 PM

Keeping Busy - Sauce reader woes, Doppler, podcasts, XDA
Been spending my free week online, just reading stuff, and now listening to podcasts.. uhm.. digital broadcasts... those.. incuded..mp3.. things.. lolQuite a few people commenting and critisising the fact its called PODcasting.. IPODder... etc.. As you dont actually need an Apple IPod to do it.. Been having a lot of problems with Sauce Reader, my current RSS reader. Until about 2 weeks I was using Sharpreader, but its been ages since an update, it lacks features, it still doesn't propery do digest ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 13, 2004 5:50 PM

Podcasting - Another cool thing I (and everyone else) just discovered
Title: Podcasting - Another cool thing I (and everyone else) just discoveredDate: 10/10/2004 3:40:00 AMFirst thing first: Here is a link to a small tutorial by Jake Ludington on how to set up Ipodder and Media Player 10 to get you started with easily listening to podcasting on the Windows platform. http://www.jakeludington.co... I missed this.. perhaps not that suprising considdering no one was talking about it since just a week or so ago.. at least according to my feed ......

Posted On Sunday, October 10, 2004 3:48 AM

MSDN Technet brief in The Hague
Today I attended the fall MSDN/Technet brief in the Hague, Netherlands, which is a free event. It was, therefore, nice to see Steve Balmer make an appearance. The theme was 'Security eXPeriance' and the sessions centred around ISA 2004 and MOM 2005 mostly. I attended the hands-on lab for ISA and was quite impressed, even given my limited experience with ISA 2000. I like the fact that MS is now basicly moving towards a single interface that is a lot more intuitive than MMC.. everything now looks like ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 5, 2004 9:53 PM

Experimentations in my computer usage behaviour
Well, I have now basicly given up the use of sysadmin privilege as default, resolving to use admin rights only when needed. In order to actually acomplish this best-practice behaviour, my resource is primairily Aaron Margosis' blog, and some of the tools he has published there.And on top of this, I have switched my primairy user account for my laptop to a domain account on my home domain. The reason for this is to familiarize myself more with all the issues one can encounter as a mobile user in an ......

Posted On Monday, October 4, 2004 1:09 AM

Ignoring 'Generation Techs' at your own peril | CNET News.com
Ignoring 'Generation Techs' at your own peril | CNET News.comDidn't spend much time reading news today, as I usually do. This article caught my eye though.It actually summed up quite nicely the troubles I too have encounted in the workspace, with regards to people not being able to deal with my way of working and communicating. Its always been a bit of a mystery to me why I cant often get the "older" generation interested in things like Instant Messaging, Blogging (though I am relativly new to it ......

Posted On Sunday, October 3, 2004 6:56 PM

Objectives for near future
My tech objectives for the near future:-Start to run as a non-admin user by default on all my computers. Set up shortcuts for administrative tasks to make life easier.-Add laptop to home domain and setup handy stuff like offline file sync/briefcase, roaming profile, forlder redirection, etc. simulating the average mobile office worker as closely as possible.-Start to run Firefox for all web based activities, perhaps even uninstalling IE-Setup VMware on laptop and get a Server 2003 install setup for ......

Posted On Saturday, October 2, 2004 3:21 AM

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