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What to call it?

Wed, 04/19/2006 - 09:53 -- rprice

My friend Jake from the Detroit Creative Group and I are planning on putting together a podcast where we discuss topics relevant to digital creatives (not just internet stuff, no sir) and interview these creative individuals and the people that develop the applications we use and run the organisations that support these industries.

The $64,000 question is: What does one name such a show?

The world may never know....

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Podcasting Podventure

Thu, 01/19/2006 - 21:08 -- rprice

For the past 3 weeks or so, I have been involved with a very interesting experiment into the world of podcasting. I decided I wanted to become more intimately acquainted with the local Orlando art scene, and maybe I wanted to have some intelligent discussion too. A good friend of mine, who has taken to calling herself Myla Goldberg on the show, does the show with me, and we call it "You Can't Spell Crapface Without PFA". What does PFA stand for?

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Two new Podcast Episodes

Sat, 01/14/2006 - 06:42 -- rprice

Emily and Ryan recorded two new episodes of “You can’t spell crapface without PFA” this week, and they are now both online and in your feedreader. We also have an email for our show at pfalliance@gmail.com.

Listen to the show, write in with a comment or suggestion, ask for a guest starring role, or give us presents because you love us and you want us to be happy!

Was the iPod Shuffle like New Coke for Apple?

Sun, 11/13/2005 - 16:17 -- rprice

This post is a bit old now, as I wrote it up as a draft, and never finished writing it. Here it is, some weeks later.
I was listening to Marketing Online Podcast from September 30th entitled "What Harry Potter Taught Us About Podcasting and Directories" when I heard this, and I think it is a good bit of rumor. If you download this file and listen from 27:03 to 27:49 in the timeline, you hear Alex Mandossian sharing his opinion about the iPod Shuffle in relation to the new iPod Nano.

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Apple releases iPod Video

Wed, 10/12/2005 - 13:13 -- rprice

People have been saying this was coming for years, and now it has arrived. The iPod Video is no longer an iPod with a color display, but a full-blown video player. The new iPod is thinner with a larger screen; 320 x 240 vs. the old 220 x 176 pixel screen. The physical device has actually grown in height and width, but shrunk in thickness.

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