Tuesday April 23, 2013

Swampcast features Jonathan Schwartz, former Sun CEO

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Apr 23 2013, 05:43:18 PM EDT

Join Michael Levin in this video interview with Jonathan Schwartz, former Sun Microsystems CEO. Jonathan discusses his tenure at Sun Microsystems and his current role as CEO of a startup called Carezone. He describes Carezone as a tool that compares to Facebook and LinkedIn, but is aimed toward private circles like family. He also discusses web security, gives advice to people in developing countries who aspire to become entrepreneurs and much more. Enjoy, and please let Jonathan and I know what you think by leaving comments.

Here's a link to it. It's the first video Swampcast interview. Enjoy, and please let me know what you think!

Thursday December 22, 2011

Swampcast and Craig Newmark of craigslist

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Dec 22 2011, 10:13:51 AM EST

Craig Connects!
Here's a new Swampcast MP3 (20.8Mb)

Thanks to Tod Maffin for the lead-in magic!

Michael Levin talks with Craig Newmark of craigslist.

This episode of Swampcast features Craig Newmark of www.craigslist.org. What's Craig up to these days? Mostly philanthropic activity. Tune in and find out how Craig is helping out.

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Thursday February 08, 2007

Swampcast and Tom Conrad of Pandora

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Feb 08 2007, 07:53:46 PM EST

Pandora Rocks!
Here's a new Swampcast MP3 (22.5Mb)

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Swampcast talks with Pandora CTO Tom Conrad.

Tune in to Swampcast and hear about the inner workings of arguably one of the most fascinating proof of concepts on the web today. The Music Genome project and Pandora. Listeners can actually train Pandora to play the kind of music they like. And, the audio is commercial free. I love it! Topics include:

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Sunday February 04, 2007

Swampcast and Tim Westergren of Pandora

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Feb 04 2007, 05:51:44 PM EST

Pandora Rocks!
Here's a new Swampcast MP3 (12.5Mb)

Thanks to Tod Maffin for the lead-in magic!

Swampcast talks with Pandora founder Tim Westergren.

Today's Swampcast heads out to Oakland, CA to talk with Tim Westergren of Pandora. Tim's concept is based on what he calls "The Music Genome Project". That's Tim, second from the left. (the picture is from the Pandora blog) Topics include:

Note: This recording is stereo, so be prepared to hear two channels!

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Thursday November 16, 2006

Swampcast and Wikipedia's Architect Brion Vibber!

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Nov 16 2006, 02:51:26 PM EST

Vibber at Wikimania 2006.
Here's a new Swampcast - MP3 (29.3Mb)

Thanks to Tod Maffin for the lead-in magic! Photo by Gus Freedman

Swampcast talks with Wikipedia Chief Architect Brion Vibber.

Today's Swampcast heads out to Sweden and catches up with Brion Vibber, the Wikipedia Chief Architect. Brion's been on the team for a long time. Tune in and hear what lies beneath the calm waters of one of the most popular websites today! Topics include:

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Monday September 18, 2006

Swampcast on Swamp Events and Chat with Dom DaSilva

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Sep 18 2006, 09:15:33 PM EDT


Here's a new Swampcast - MP3 (9.36Mb)

Thanks to Tod Maffin for the lead-in magic!

Swampcast talks with Dom DaSilva about Idea, JSh3ll, goings on in the Swamp, contests...

Today's Swampcast cruises out to the Orlando Ruby User Group meeting. You'll hear Dom DaSilva, intrepid developer and creator of JSh3LL, a cool tool that helps you work with Amazon's new S3 storage service. What's up in the Swamp? Well, you'll hear about contests, user group meetings and everything else. Topics include:

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Saturday July 29, 2006

Subscribe to Swampcast via iTunes

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Jul 29 2006, 02:45:19 PM EDT

Sunday June 04, 2006

Swampcast dissects Mashups with Graham Ullrich of FlyingCracker dot com

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Jun 04 2006, 11:58:49 AM EDT


Here's a new Swampcast - MP3 (9.95Mb)

Thanks to Tod Maffin for the lead-in magic!

Swampcast talks with Graham Ullrich, FlyingCracker.com webmaster about mashups...

Today's Swampcast surfs to Crested Butte, Colorado and features Graham Ullrich, FlyingCracker.com webmaster. In this Dissecting the Frog podcast, Graham explains how to do a mashup on your website. You'll hear about XML, weather feeds, cool mixed drinks, PHP, webservers, Web 2.0, wild river rafting in the mountains and dangers of driving through mountain passes in treacherous conditions. What the heck is a mashup? Tune in and find out as Graham explains! Topics include:

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Thursday May 25, 2006

Swampcast interviews Dominic DaSilva, author of jSh3ll

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ May 25 2006, 04:12:28 PM EDT


Here's a new Swampcast - MP3 (19.5Mb)

Thanks to Tod Maffin for the lead-in magic!

Today's Swampcast features Dominic DaSilva, jSh3ll developer...

Dom discusses his company Silvasoft's new product, jSh3ll. Here are links to some of the topics mentioned:

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Friday May 05, 2006

Swampcast talks with artist JG "Greg" Freedman

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ May 05 2006, 04:28:22 PM EDT


Here's a new Swampcast - MP3 (8.19Mb)

Thanks to Tod Maffin for the lead-in magic!

Today we talk with artist JG "Greg" Freedman in this special Swampcast.

Gregg talks about art, life and doing what matters. In addition, these topics are mentioned:

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Thursday April 13, 2006

Swampcast features actress Marilyn Norry

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Apr 13 2006, 01:16:08 PM EDT


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Canadian actress Marilyn Norry joins us for this special Swampcast.

Marilyn gives a look at her life as an active member of the performing arts community. In addition, these topics are mentioned:

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UPDATE!

My Mother's Story
 
 
On Mother's Day, Sunday May 14, 2006 two events will feature some of the stories written by 45 Vancouver actresses about their mothers:
 
at 9:11 am
Sunday Edition CBC Radio One
~ a 20 minute radio documentary on the gathering of these stories ~
produced by Teresa Goff
see http://www.cbc.ca/thesundayedition/ for details or to listen online
 
at 8 pm
My Mother's Story ~ The Beaumont Studios
316 West 5 Ave (at Alberta)
~ a reading by 20 contributors ~ 
benefiting Vancouver Performing Arts Lodge
admission by donation ($10 suggested)
see www.mymothersstory.blogspot.com for more details
 

Andee Frizzell ~ Angela Parsons ~ Ann Warn Pegg ~ Beverly Elliott ~ Bonnie Hay ~ Colleen Winton ~ Dolores Drake ~ Eileen Barrett ~ Frances Flanagan ~ Glynis Davies ~ Gwyneth Walsh ~ Jenn Griffin ~ Jo Bates ~ Khaira Ledeyo ~ Kim Seary ~ Marilyn Norry ~ Micki Maunsell ~ Nimet Kanji ~ Patti Allan ~ Susanna Uchatius ~ Trish Allen ~ Wendy Gorling


Wednesday March 29, 2006

The Making of Swampcast

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Mar 29 2006, 10:16:03 AM EST

eMergent Films John Reneski has produced a film about Swampcast and podcasts called The Making of Swampcast

Tuesday February 21, 2006

Virtual Garage tonight!

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Feb 21 2006, 08:06:46 AM EST

All right, folks... Prepare yourselves for another evening of excellent, podsafe music straight from the Garage. Blaine Transue brings us excellent, carefully harvested gems from his NPR-affiliate KSVY in Sonoma. And, I was just finishing up last week's Valentine's Special with Roy Martin's "It Hurts Sometimes". Who'da thunk that tune was from Norway? Thanks for the playlist, Blaine!

Saturday January 14, 2006

Virtual Garage gets Swampy

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Jan 14 2006, 09:59:42 AM EST

Virtual Garage

Looks like I'll be chatting with Blaine Transue, my favorite music podcaster, at "the Garage" next Tuesday. Click the image above for details. It's both simulcast on www.KSVY.org and available as a podcast at http://www.virtualgarage.us/music/podcast/vg/vg.xml Should be fun!

Thursday January 05, 2006

Swampcast podcast featuring Bruce Eckel

Filed Under: Podcasts — Sandymountster @ Jan 05 2006, 06:30:13 PM EST


Here's a new Swampcast - MP3 (24Mb)

Thanks to Tod Maffin for the lead-in magic!

It's the first week of 2006 here in the Swamp. Bruce Eckel joins us today with news on his latest book, "Thinking in Java, 4th ed", computing thoughts and many other things.

Bruce shared his opinion regarding these questions from the blogosphere:

  1. When will we be able to get a copy of the new edition of "Thinking in Java"?
  2. Some people complain about having so many changes made to the Java language... should Java stabilize or keep being upgraded, maybe more aggressively?
  3. Is C# (or .NET) a real menace to the Java platform?
  4. C# is going to incorporate SQL and XML in the language. That would increment tremendously the productivity of business developers, but on the other hand, it may be considered as "syntactic sugar". Should Java do the same (incorporate SQL and XML in the language)?
In addition, these topics are mentioned:

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