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I have now jumped on the podcasting bandwagon. I am kicking off Omcasts with a series of interviews with some of the senior executives at telecom/broadband companies and perhaps as I gain more confidence, I would perhaps do more regular podcasts. This is a way to […]

om podcasting nowI have now jumped on the podcasting bandwagon. I am kicking off Omcasts with a series of interviews with some of the senior executives at telecom/broadband companies and perhaps as I gain more confidence, I would perhaps do more regular podcasts. This is a way to tip my toes in the podcast waters. I would love to get your feedback, and comments and what you would like to hear more often. You can click on the photo to download the file, or click here.

  1. Rock On OM!

    Check out some of the content from Gnomedex this past weekend, especially about podcasting. There has been a lot of talk of using bittorrent to distribute the casts (both to conserve bandwidth and legitimize the platform) and this was before the Supreme’s weighed in the other day on Grokster.

    Been following your blog for a while now and have been a fan of your writing (loved broadbandits) – cant wait to hear your interviews.

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  2. I honestly do not have time for podcasts. I don’t understand the fuss. RSS gave me time back to do other things and now podcasts want to suck it all back up. I’m sorry but I just won’t listen. It’s too inefficient.

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  3. Can you explain why you are podcasting? You jumped in, but what are you going to bring to this format that you aren’t already bringing through your site? I’m not criticizing but am simply curious as to why people have been adopting podcasting.

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  4. Interesting stuff. However still need work on sound quality etc. Clean up the production values a bit and they won’t detract so much from the content. Great content! Don’t stop.

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  5. Very nice. But how did you get that tin can line to stretch all the way to New England? :)

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  6. I don’t know about you guys, but the mp3 file is not running. Something’s wrong with the mp3 file, i’ve downloaded it twice now.

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  7. Alright, I’m sorry. It does run using Window’s media player but doesn’t run using Winamp.

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  8. guys since this is first time up, this is just a little experiment and production values i promise will increase. no rest for the wicked.

    having said that, someone said what do i bring to the table and how is that different from what i have not been doing anything. actually a few days ago i asked people to send me their feedback and one of the things they said, why don’t you post interview transcripts. frankly too lazy to transcribe, but i do a lot of interviews and some of them are worthy of sharing.

    so perhaps i am starting out with interviews, small short bursts, but not spending time on transcribing them. this just to enjoy.

    clearly. not making any major or radical departure from what i do. somedays even i am entitled to slacking off. so those days will serve up little podcasts. i assure you it is not going to be an every day affair.

    david, thanks for making your preferences clear – hopefully rss will keep you busy but maybe some interview might interest you.

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  9. Great! Love to see some faces behind the names. I would keep it limited to maybe 1 podcast interview per week…but maybe better 2 a month to keep thge quality instead of going for quantity. I also think that most people reading your blogs have a broadband connection so pump up the sound & vision quality of the podcast…

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  10. Awesome! Om, You’re crazy in the best ways! :)

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