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IT Conversations stomping podcasting rivals

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June 18, 2005

IT Conversations stomping podcasting rivals

Stephen Baker

Checking out the BW podcasting "hit parade," I guess I shouldn't be surprised to see that IT Conversations is running away with the popularity contest. Consider the readers on BW's Tech Channel. But if you want to visit, the slide show links to 10 interesting podcasts. And voting's still open. My favorite: rocking Insomnia Radio. There's an arrow in the upper right of the slide show that switches from one program to the next. I couldn't find it for a minute or two.

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>>Iguess I shouldn't be surprised to see that IT Conversations is running away with the popularity contest.<<

Great observation - the fact is that the present IT situation together with the present political situation has been designed to further the have/have-not split, and it will take some pretty drastic action to reverse course.

Posted by: Doug Skoglund at June 19, 2005 03:23 AM

Well, if you need a little levity in your day, there's always the podcast at

Short sketches & commentary. Generally right-wing, political, topical, but with some general bits of silliness thown in just for fun.

Rated PG-13 or cleaner, and minimal immature toilet humor.

Posted by: Harvey at June 24, 2005 11:58 PM

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