Just One More Book interviewed by Microsoft Home Magazine
By March 16, 2007 5 Comments Read More →

Just One More Book interviewed by Microsoft Home Magazine

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and/or my free Digital Public Affairs Newsletter. Thanks for visiting.Andrea and I were just interviewed by Jennifer of Microsoft Home Magazine. We’ll post details when the article is published.

Posted in: Media
When something feels real
By March 16, 2007 1 Comments Read More →

When something feels real

When Bob Goyetche and I first started working on Podcasters Across Borders 2006, there were a lot of reasons to be concerned — mostly relating to financial commitments and community interest. Okay, concerns may not be the right word. Let’s say Stress, with a capital ‘S’. We took a big gamble, committing personal funds to […]

Posted in: PAB Conference
Podcasters Across Borders (PAB2007)
By March 15, 2007 1 Comments Read More →

Podcasters Across Borders (PAB2007)

Registration for the 2007 edition of Podcasters Across Borders is officially live. If you want to attend, act quicky. There are only 160 seats available!!! Be sure to use the tag PAB2007 on all posts, photos, videos, etc… relating to the event.

An Archive install fixed my AirPort WWAN Support Update problems
By March 12, 2007 6 Comments Read More →

An Archive install fixed my AirPort WWAN Support Update problems

It wasn’t fun. However, my MacBook Pro is networked, again, after all of the WWAN support update 1.0 stability-related issues. My AirPort is rock solid, again. How? These are the steps I followed: Backed up my data — by the way, unlike PC, Mac overwrites old backups with new ones, deleting files from the backup […]

Posted in: Technology
An academic look at BumRushTheCharts.com
By March 11, 2007 3 Comments Read More →

An academic look at BumRushTheCharts.com

When I first learned of BumRushTheCharts.com (BRtC), I had reservations about the idea. In particular, I wondered if juicing the iTunes charts for an independent artist for one day would actually make any difference – and if it would actually hurt the independent movement. Perhaps because of the community-centric excitement about the project, I decided […]

Posted in: Rambles, Social Media
Apple says “Do an archive install”
By March 10, 2007 0 Comments Read More →

Apple says “Do an archive install”

Well, this is a frustrating experience. Despite the encouraging comments that suggest the AirPort Express update of March 8 has worked for many people, it did NOT fix my AirPort stability issues.  My wireless network does not restore itself when my Mac “wakes up” – although, I am able to restore the network by disabling […]

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Has Apple’s 2007-002 fixed the AirPort problem?
By March 9, 2007 1 Comments Read More →

Has Apple’s 2007-002 fixed the AirPort problem?

Thanks to Nick for alerting me to the March 8 release of the AirPort Extreme Update 2007-002 by Apple. According the the notes, this update “contains an additional non-security fix for a compatibility issue when using certain third-party access points configured to use WEP”. If that includes WPA, the grief that 2007-001 caused me should […]

Posted in: Technology
YouTube and Crime Stoppers
By March 7, 2007 2 Comments Read More →

YouTube and Crime Stoppers

I usually only watch fun stuff so I tend to miss some of the amazing uses of YouTube. For example, the Hamilton Police Force has posted footage from a surveillance video camera on YouTube in the hopes that someone will be able to help them solve a crime.  While I admit that this may not […]

Help Apple solve the WWAN update problem
By March 6, 2007 7 Comments Read More →

Help Apple solve the WWAN update problem

I followed up with Apple this morning on my trouble report on the WWAN update.  The technician said the Apple engineering is investigating a connection between the update and certain models of Intel Macs and wireless routers. You can help Apple troubleshoot and solve the problem by helping them collect as much relevant information as […]

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Bum rush the charts – count me in
By March 5, 2007 6 Comments Read More →

Bum rush the charts – count me in

Update 070307: I have reconsidered my involvement in BRTC.  Look for an in-depth pre-analysis to be published on this site in the coming days. Christopher Penn of the Financial Aid Podcast is leading an initiative that may turn the entire music industry on its head. It’s called Bum Rush the Charts, and Chris summarizes it […]

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Podcasters Across Borders program announced
By March 4, 2007 0 Comments Read More →

Podcasters Across Borders program announced

The Saturday and Sunday presentation program for Podcasters Across Borders 2007 has been officially announced in this week’s episode of The Canadian Podcast Buffet and on the Podcasters Across Borders website.  Registration details will be announced next week.

My Editing Techniques and Decisions presentation at PodCamp Toronto
By March 4, 2007 0 Comments Read More →

My Editing Techniques and Decisions presentation at PodCamp Toronto

This Podcast is a culmination of my series on Blevis-ian editing, and the audio from my Editing Techniques and Decisions presentation at PodCamp Toronto. I highly recommend that you also listen to Bruce Murray’s presentation on Editing (How to make a layer cake with a butterfly and a sledgehammer). Between Bruce’s humourous and philosophical study […]