Archive for July, 2005


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Paul

Tell me what you think.

Paul

Tech-No Babel–Episode 3

Episode 3 is up. Download it by clicking the link to the right or above.

News:

Zone Labs

Cheap Stingy Bargains

Microsoft Emoticons Patent Application

Windows Vista

OS X makes inroads in business

Knoppix Distributions

Internet Speed Test

USB VGA adapter

Benlog Creative Commons Discussion

XP virtual disk creator

How-to’s:

“Poor Person’s Production Suite”

Other podcasts:

Podcast 411

Episode 3 is up. Download it by clicking the link to the right or above.

News:

Zone Labs

Cheap Stingy Bargains

Microsoft Emoticons Patent Application

Windows Vista

OS X makes inroads in business

Knoppix Distributions

Internet Speed Test

USB VGA adapter

Benlog Creative Commons Discussion

XP virtual disk creator

How-to’s:

“Poor Person’s Production Suite”

Other podcasts:

Podcast 411

A Quick Disclaimer

I just found an advertizing link that was theologically incorrect. I put it on my “block list.” If you find something similar, email me. Advertisers are not necessarily approved by me, so take any ad w/ a grain of salt. Many are quite good, though ;).

Paul

News Links:

Mitsubishi LED projector
Secret Tweaks
What’s Killing Hollywood
Disposable Digital Camera Interfacing
Wiring Diagrams
Wi-fi security Check
Blogger Templates and Hacks
FindSounds.com sound search engin
Linux Podcasting

Voice over IP:
Vonage

Music for Tech, No Babel
FireFlight

Telephone Intercom System article
Telephone Intercom

Paul

Click here to download my pdf on how to build an intercom system out of telephones.

Paul

I’m still getting the hang of all this, but my next show is up.

Click the title of this post to download it. Show notes to follow, shortly.

Paul

Having some trouble…

I recorded a new podcast last night and went to edit it, but the quality was bad–too much noise. I don’t know if the recorded file was corrupt or when I transcoded from Quicktime to .aiff, if that was a problem. I’ll try again as possible. Sorry all.

Paul

I recorded a new podcast last night and went to edit it, but the quality was bad–too much noise. I don’t know if the recorded file was corrupt or when I transcoded from Quicktime to .aiff, if that was a problem. I’ll try again as possible. Sorry all.

Paul