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Podcasting with a missing piece

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July 12, 2005

Podcasting with a missing piece

Stephen Baker

We're planning to launch a series of podcasts with interviews featuring the most interesting and influential voices in the blog world. This would extend from bloggers to technologists and entrepreneurs. Nominations welcome.

On a sad note, I will be limited in my ability to monitor these treasures because... I squished my iPod last week. It was in the pocket of my raincoat and it swung under me as I eased into a chair in a crowded Indian restaurant. Later that p.m., I pulled out the iPod and came face to face with its shattered screen. So, for now, I'm reduced to humming. Not a good platform, as they say, for podcasts.

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Huh, seems like most of the likely suspects have been interviewed already for different podcasts.

I would vote to hear about up and comers.

Or I hope that people here will suggest different and unexpected questions to ask of bloggers who might already be well covered....

Posted by: Heather Green at July 12, 2005 01:48 PM

Hugh MacLeod -

Posted by: david parmet at July 12, 2005 02:07 PM

Heather. Not one word of condolence re the iPod? For that, I think you owe me five up-and-comers, at the very least.

Posted by: steve baker at July 12, 2005 02:37 PM

Nah. Doesn't work that way. I am too jealous that you ever had an ipod to offer any sympathy.

Posted by: Heather Green at July 12, 2005 02:48 PM

ha ha ha!! I'm with you, Heather! I just have a 128mb mp3 player -- I'd lurve to be able to store more than 1.5 albums and two podcasts.

Suggestion for interviews: Neville Hobson and Shel Holtz - PR/communications industry ground-brakers with their fantastic podcast 'The Hobson & Holtz Report' and their individual blogs. Devoted audience, great content, good communicators. You can find them over at, or and

Posted by: Lee Hopkins at July 12, 2005 08:57 PM

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