This weeks show is a three part interview with Ruby Sinreich. Ruby is a very active blogger who created orangepolitics.org a multi-author local politics blog and writes wonderful thoughts on her personal blog Ruby’s Rants & Randomness. We demonstrated how these three sites can be used for your own activism.
OrangePolitics 22m 42s 10.3MB 64kbps
Bloglines 24m 13s 11MB 64kbps
Flickr 19m 49s 9MB 64kbps
Continue reading 3 URLs 10/17/04
AudioActivism.org and the radio show 3URLs is an ongoing project created by Brian C. Russell. My Internet home and portfolio since 1998 is yesh.com..
Continue reading About Me
Podcasting *is* it’s creators and audience. It will enrich all who make it. So in this way podcasting may “Save Radio”. The spirit of radio will be saved not the paradigm.
Continue reading Podcasting will save it’s Creators from Corporate Media
This weeks show, in five parts, is an Interview with Paul Jones of ibiblio.org. We talk about URLs that ibiblio hosts and a whole lot more!
Here are the MP3 files
Introduction & Early Internet Radio 7m 13s 3.3MB 64kbps
Project Gutenberg 9m 46s 4.4MB 64kbps
Tibet 9m 13s 4.2MB 64kbps
Fairness and Balance in the Media 13m 42s 6.2MB 64kbps
Free Software 11m 1s 5MB 64kbps
Continue reading 3 URLs 10/10/04
Todd Maffin a CBC broadcaster has a great blog called I Love Radio.org. Recently he asks, “Let’s See your Studio” So here are some photos. Click on the title of this post to check out my studio.
Continue reading My Studio!
I split the 10/03/04 show into three parts. One file for each URL I talk about.
AudioActivism.org 3URLs 10/03/04
thememoryhole.org 7m 38s 7.3MB
fsrn.org 9m 30s 8.7MB
freewayblogger.com 7m 46s 7.1MB
Continue reading 3URLs 10/03/04 – in three parts
Tonight I’m surfing around the web listening to music to add to the podcast.
Continue reading Music for Podcast
A hard working coder named Brandon Fuller has written a very cool MT plugin called MT-Enclosures. Today I installed it and got it working.
Continue reading Brandon Fuller’s MT-Enclosures
Goto HERE to download it in three parts.
The URLs I talked about: