Posts filed under ‘Radio Show’
I might have to use Linc’s Technic for speeding up my podcasts. I listen to at least 3 show sthat will be over 1 hour and some that are over 2 hours. Shows like, well, The Linux Linc Tech Show (well I listen to the stream), Otaku Generation(the longest….sometimes as long as 3 hours) and LUGRadio which is usually around an hour and a half. It also seems that Wednesday is the day for all of these shows to come out which means I usually don’t finish the podcast playlist buy the end of the day! Lots of stuff to listen to. Anyway, I love all of these shows and they have been on my podroll since the beginning, almost.
Then comes the next subject….what is the perfect length for a podcast? I think there is none. Some shows are great at only 20 minutes long while others (Otaku Generation) are a show that maks me laugh the entire 2:30 hours!
So, if your thinking about starting a podcast and are afraid about blathering on endlessly, make sure your blather is interesting….like these 3 excellent long shows!
Oh and as Linc would say, TLLTS is NOT A PODCAST! It’s a radio show….that just happens to make their content available as a podcast…..whatever Linc! It works either way.
Oh and we’ll see you in IRC tonight buddy….
If you have not already listened to the latest FLOSS Weekly over on the Twit network, do yourself a favor and go do that. Jon Hall is a great hacker from the days of DECUS and was one of the first to work with Linux. He has plenty of intresting stories and I listened with rapt intrest. He has funny stories about Linus and some interesting history of how the sharing of software started way back when.
Also, since Chris and his wife just had a new child, Jon has offer Leo to help out with the FLOSS weekly which if you haven’t noticed turned out to be more like FLOSS monthly. So hopefully we can get back to the weekly goodness that is the FLOSS Weekly. Check the Jon “Maddog” Hall show out at:
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I want to wash Linc, Dann, Pat and Allan and their families a very Merry Christmas. It’s been another fun year listening to the tech show. I love you guys and I hope Santa brings you all sorts of tech goodness!