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                    Future-Safe Archives

                    In an interesting podcast format—voicemails—Dave and Doc raise the issue of future-safe archives. This is one of those important, but not-urgent-enough issues that gets far too little attention. As they point out, we have Internet Archives, but that's just a copy and, while better than nothing, doesn't always preserve the original. I've got several different thoughts in my head after listening to Doc. First, I think preserving things is worthwhile. When Doug Kaye decided to shut down IT Conversations, he did so early enough that he could "endow" its preservation at Internet Archives and pay for the preservation of
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                    Podcast: Kaliya Hamlin Interview Me on Personal Data Ecosystems

                    Kaliya interviewed me for her Personal Data Ecosystem podcast series. Here's her description? In this podcast Kaliya talks to Phil Windley who is the CTO and co-founder of Kynetx and co-founded and co-produces the Internet Identity Workshop with Kaliya & Doc Searls. He gives his perspective on the key differentiator between today's social networks and Personal Data Ecosystem the emergence of the personal data store where individuals control their own data. He also covers the event based architecture his company Kynetx is developing and refers to the project neck pain demo. In the podcast he mentions Twillio.
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                    Podcast: Ylian Saint-Hilaire on MeshCentral

                    This week Scott and I spoke with Ylian Saint-Hilaire of Intel about his MeshCentral project. While we were talking I just kept thinking how cool it would be to use Kynetx react to the events this system creates. I didn't indulge myself however, that will wait for a future conversation. Here's the description from IT Conversations: MeshCentral, a remote monitoring and management web site, allows a user to connect with home or office devices from anywhere in the world. It requires a special management agent on computers, but once installed, the computers will show up in the My Devices
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                    Podcast: Carmine Gallo on The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs

                    This week Scott and I sit down with Carmine Gallo about his new book The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs: Insanely Different Principles for Breakthrough Success. We talked to him a year ago about his ideas on how Steve Job's gives great presentations. The conversation was a lot of fun. Here's the write-up from IT Conversations. Apple's Steve Jobs has a reputation for innovation, particularly with Apple's company slogan of "Think Different". Carmine Gallo wrote a book that reviewed Jobs' presentation secrets and now details his innovation secrets. Gallo discusses his book, including the seven points of innovation followed
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                    Podcast: Scott Lemon, Dion Almaer, Ben Galbraith on The State of the Web 2010

                    The web continues to evolve as new devices appear and new standards are adopted. The iPhone and other mobile devices are now in the mix of places where people go to connect with each other. Dion Almaer and Ben Galbraith call from Belgium where they were attending the Devoxx 2010 conference. They talk with Phil and Scott about internet protocols and social networking and how these are affected by the many different ways people and companies are interacting.
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                    This Week on Technometria: Aaron Iba on EtherPad

                    This week Scott and I speak with Aaron Iba about EtherPad and the AppJet platform that it's built on. There are plenty of interesting problems involved in creating a real-time collaborative editing environment with Javascript in the browser. I loved the discussion and got a few ideas about designing collaborative services. Related articles by ZemantaEtherPad: Collab your script (ajaxian.com)EtherPad: Real-time Editing with JavaScript (ejohn.org)Etherpad Shows Google Docs How It's Done (techcrunch.com)EtherPad: Dead Simple Real Time Collaboration (readwriteweb.com)
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                    Technometria Podcast: A New Year and New Projects

                    In this week's Technometria podcast, we talk about the new year and some new projects. With the beginning of a new year, it's always a good time to look ahead to upcoming activities and products. In this podcast Dion, Ben, Scott, and I talk about what we're are expecting in 2009. We also discuss the problems with having to raise funds for a business startup, a necessary but often difficult process. We also talk about some of the new products announced at CES and Macworld. Scott also talks about his download of the Windows 7 Beta. The discussion ends
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                    Top Ten IT Conversations Shows for January 2008

                    Here are the top ten shows (ordered by number of downloads) on IT Conversations for January 2008. Billy Hoffman - Technometria: Ajax Security (No rating yet)More and more Web sites are being rewritten as Ajax applications and traditional desktop software is rapidly moving to the Web via Ajax. But, often, this transition is being made with reckless disregard for security. Ajax developers desperately need guidance on securing their applications. Billy Hoffman, co-author of Ajax Security, joins Phil and Scott to discuss the book. CTO Panel - Technometria (No rating yet)Phil regularly holds a meeting that he calls the CTO
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                    Virtualization Security Threats

                    Laurianne McLaughlin has an excellent article in CIO magazine about security threats in virtual machines and what you can do now to mitigate them. One that caught my eye was No. 4, "Understand the Value of an Embedded Hypervisor". The reason I was tuned into that was a conversation I had with Gregory Ness on a Technometria podcast where he went into some detail about the role of a hypervisor in VM security. As an aside, am I the only one who finds the interstitial page ads that IDG is placing in this online magazines completely annoying? I wouldn't
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                    Top Ten IT Conversations Shows for October 2007

                    Here are the top ten shows on IT Conversations (by download) for October 2007: Bruce Johnson - Technometria: Google Web Toolkit (Rating: 4.20)Recently, Google released from beta its Google Web Toolkit. Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is an open source Java software development framework that makes writing AJAX applications like Google Maps and Gmail easy for developers who don't speak browser quirks as a second language. Phil and Scott talk to Bruce Johnson, one if its co-creators. In addition to discussing its development, Bruce gives a number of examples of projects that took advantage of GWT. Robert Trivers - What
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                    Talking to Drew Major on Technometria

                    I just posted an interview Scott and I did with Drew Major, one of the founders of Novell and someone who's doing some very interesting things with video. Talking with Drew is really interesting because he has a long history in technology and isn't satisfied with how things are. He's willing to code to make things scale.
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                    IT Conversations on Facebook

                    Lately Facebook has been all the rage. We've taken note of that at IT Conversations and we've created some Facebook groups for your favorite shows. First, there's the IT Conversations group on Facebook. There's also one for my personal podcast, Technometria. And Jon Udell's Interviews with Innovators also has a Facebook group. I'm not sure how we'll be using these, but I'd encourage you to join these groups and help us make them into something that will be useful to all of us. Also, if you're an IT Conversations listener, feel free to add me as a friend as
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                    Scott Berkun: Myths of Innovation

                    This week on the Technometria Podcast Scott, Ben, and I talked to Scott Berkun, author of the book The Myths of Innovation. We had a great conversation and Scott sold a couple of books right on the phone: both Ben and Scott went to Amazon while we were talking and picked up a copy. If you feel like buying the book after listening to Scott speak, but sure to buy it through IT Conversations, so we get the referral fee.
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                    Social Networks, eGovernment, and the iPhone

                    This weeks' Technometria podcast is a little unusual. Due to a scheduling problem on my part, it started out with Scott and I discussing his recent explorations on Ning. At one point we start talking about how social networks might work in government. I happened to notice that Dave Fletcher, the Chief Technology Officer for Utah, was online and so I asked him if he could join us. He dialed in and we had a good conversations. Naturally, we also discussed the iPhone since it was just days after I'd gotten mine. Also, be sure to check out the
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                    Adding Summaries to the Top Ten

                    Some folks have been asking for more information about the top ten shows list I publish each month for IT Conversations. I modified my script to print out that information and republished the list for June. I like doing this since it gives me an excuse to code--something I don't get to do enough of lately. So, if you have suggestion, feel free to make them.
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                    Watching Bad Sinatra

                    Steve Gillmor on Bad Sinatra(click to enlarge) I'm watching the first edition of Bad Sinatra, Steve Gillmor's new video show. The show starts with Steve walking into Marc Benioff's office. There are a few segments with Dan Farber. I love watching Steve and Dan argue. They're like an old married couple. At one point Dan's walking away and Steve says "Nice man. It's amazing how someone so nice can be so wrong." He talked to ;a >Scoble for a while at the Web 2.0 Expo when Scoble was doing his "Dork TV" bit. He spends some time with Doc
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                    Speaking With Simon Phipps

                    This week, I posted the Technometria podcast with Simon Phipps. Simon is the Chief Open Source Officer at Sun. I've followed Simon's blog for years. He's one of the people I look to when I want to understand the subtleties of happenings in the open source world. I enjoyed the discussion very much and hope you enjoy it too. Be sure to listen to the end for the discussion of Lego ice cube trays.
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                    The Social Side of IT Conversations

                    Jon Udell's Interviews with Inovators submission for this week is a conversation with Simon St Laurent. St. Laurent isn't someone you'll necessarily meet at the next O'Reilly conference you go to. Jon singles him out as an innovator because of his use of local blogs reflect and enrich the life of a community. Jon says, "Day by day, and year by year, he's showing his fellow citizens that political blogging doesn't have to be bombastic and divisive. It can be a civil dialogue that informs and unites." On his blog, Jon asks why IT Conversations and our sister channel
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                    Document Engineering

                    This week's Technometria podcast is a discussion with Bob Glushko of UC Berkeley's iSchool. Bob's book, Document Engineering is a look at the methods people should employ in designing the document that surround their business. Document, in Bob's view, is a very broad term, encompassing everything from books and papers to XML. If you last week's discussion with Dave Weinberger, then this week's podcast will nice complement to that.
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                    Everything is Miscellaneous

                    This week's Technometria podcast is an interview with Dave Weinberger, author of Everything Is Miscellaneous: The Power of the New Digital Disorder. I've known Dave for some years and find him to be a very interesting person to talk to. This interview was no exception. The idea of everything being miscellaneous at first conjures up images of chaos, but the key is to remember that this isn't an argument against classification, but a priori classification. The Internet enables and requires that we classify things when we want them, not before. You may want things alphabetically and I may want
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                    Java Desktop Developments

                    This week's show on the Technometria podcast is an interview with Chet Hasse. Chet works for Sun Microsystems in the Java Desktop group. We talk about upcoming features in the Java desktop and Sun's applet strategy. Chet's new book Filthy Rich Clients: Developing Animated and Graphical Effects for Desktop Java Applications will be out in August. I'm sure this will be a great book for anyone interested in developing Java clients. The best GUI people I know also have some genuine artistic abilities. If you check out Chet's blog you'll see he fits the bill.
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                    Phil Wolff on Technometria

                    I've known Phil Wolff for years. Not in any particular context, he was just a fellow blogger I'd talk to at conferences we both showed up at. I enjoyed what he wrote. Then a while back, I noticed that my friend Phil had put himself front and center of all things Skype with Skype Journal, a blog that provides news, opinion, and tips about Skype. I ran into Phil at Internet Identity Workshop, where he was proposing something he calls "OpenCallerID." I thought it was high time we talked to him about Skype and other things that are interesting
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                    John Newton, Open Source Convert

                    John Newton was one of the founders of Documentum and, as a result, one of the inventors of what we now call "content management." Whether you like that term, or not, the idea of specialized databases that keep track of things like documents, Web sites, photographs, and so on has had a huge impact on our world. Now John is the CTO of Alfresco, an open source company building open source tools for managing content. John wasn't always an open source advocate, but now believe it's the right model for creating enterprise software. Scott Lemon, Ben Galbraith, and I
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                    Mikko Hypponen on Emergent Virus Threats

                    F-Secure is one of the leading companies devoted to the study and prevention of computer viruses, spam, and other types of malware. Last week we were lucky enough to get Mikko Hypponen, the company's Director of Anti-Virus Research, to join Scott and I in a discussion of the current status of the virus problem. Mikko first reviews his background and how he became involved in the study and prevention of malware. He discusses some of his experiences with both worms and early viruses and reviews some of the problems trying to prevent spam. He talks about how spammers are
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                    Technometria on Virtualization

                    This week's Technometria podcast is an interview with Bogomil Balkansky on virtualization. Bogomil is director of product marketing at VMWare. We had a good discussion of who's adopting virtualization now and why. We talked about virtualization in the datacenter and the desktop. I enjoyed the conversation.
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                    Bruce Perens on Software Patents

                    Last week Scott and I talked to Bruce Perens for the Technometria podcast. Bruce happened to be in Utah (although we did the interview over the phone) because of Brainshare. He wasn't in town to attend, but to protest the recent agreement between Novell and Microsoft. We had a good discussion of software patents, why he thinks the Novell-Microsoft agreement is bad for open source, and the change to the GPL to combat the deal. You can read a summary and listen to our discussion on IT Conversations.
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                    Howard Moskowitz on Technometria Podcast

                    This week's Technometria Podcast is with Howard Moskowitz, an expert in the field of psychophysics, and author of the upcoming book Selling Blue Elephants. My introduction to Howard from watching this talk by Malcolm Gladwell at TED. That's Gladwell, you'll enjoy listening to Howard even more. He's just a very smart, nice man with a great vision and a great ability to tell stories. Give it a listen. I think you'll enjoy it very much. I know I did.
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                    v|100 Podcast Interview

                    A month or so ago, I was interviewed by Dennis Wood of vSpring Capital as part of their v|100 series. The podcast is now up.
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                    Why Software Sucks, the Podcast

                    I just published the podcast version of Why Software Sucks on IT Conversations. The interview is part of the Technometria series with David Platt, author of the book. Here's the description of the show: What is the most important thing to the average computer user? They want their machine to "just work". Why does Google know how to correctly translate a United Parcel Service tracking number, while the actual UPS website requires multiple entries just to get to the point where the tracking number can be entered? Programmer David Platt is the author of "Why Software Sucks...and What You
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                    Managing Vendors Before They Manage You

                    On this week's Technometria Podcast, Scott Lemon, Matt Asay and myself are joined by Britt Blaser and Doc Searls. We have a great discussion about how Internet tools can be used to manage vendors instead of them managing us. Doc calls this "vendor resource management." Good name.
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                    Talking About Sun's Open Source Java

                    I posted the latest edition of the Technometria Podcast yesterday. We talk about voting technology in the wake of the election and the announcement that Java was going open source. Matt has some interesting perspectives on what the GPL license would do to Sun's bottom line and why GPL was a strategic move. It's interesting to note that Java wasn't open sourced--rather the name was. That is, Sun still retains copyright and trademark protection over the name and thus can control what is and what isn't Java. For now, they seem to be keeping pretty tight restrictions on the
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                    Chatting Up RubyForge

                    I put up the third installment of the newly launched Technometria Podcast at IT Conversations today. This week Scott, Matt, and I are talking to Tom Copeland about RubyForge. I like the discipline of doing the show regularly and I like the conversations we're having. I get something out of them every week--I hope you do to. Let me know what you think...
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                    Inside Utah: Talking About UTOPIA

                    Jennifer Napier-Pearce interviewed me about UTOPIA, Utah municipal broadband project, for issue 50 of her Inside Utah podcast. Jennifer, who works in public radio, produces a good show with board interest for folks in Utah and high production values.
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                    Reputation Podcast

                    Tom Maddox had his podcasting gear at IIW2006 and was interviewing people both days. He was just sitting in the main hall, so there's quite a bit of background noise, but they material is pretty good. So far, he's published the following: Christine Herron Phil Windley Dick Hardt The Intention Economy Doc Searls
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                    AJAX Progress and Challenges

                    I just put up the latest installment of the Technometria podcast at IT Conversations on AJAX Progress and Challenges. A few months ago, Bruce Grant, Ben Galbraith, and Scott Lemon were all at my CTO breakfast and we had a really good discussion of AJAX issues. I decided continuing that discussion in the form of a podcast would be fun. We're all local, so I got everyone together in a conference room and we each put on a headset. The result was a great discussion of the history, current state, and likely future of AJAX, Comet, and other interactive
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                    Video Podcast on IT Conversations

                    Michael Geoghegan Today's IT Conversations podcast is a talk by Michael Geoghegan on monetizing podcasts. Podcasters intent on monitizing their shows should also consider opportunities to leverage their valuable podcasting skills. So argues Michael Geoghegan who has successfully monetized both of his original podcasts, and gone on to forge a full time career as a podcaster-for-hire, launching successful shows for large media companies such as Disney. In this talk, Geoghegan highlights the special window of opportunity for podcasters wishing to sell their skills in these early days, before podcasting becomes a commodity. From IT Conversations: Michael Geoghegan - Making
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                    TechNewsRadio Interview

                    Steve Holden interviewed me at ETech for TechNewsRadio. We talked about ETech, attention, and digital identity.
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                    Bagley on McBride

                    Fellow Utahn Judd Bagley has posted a podcast with SCO's controversial CEO Darl McBride on Business Jive. He has some other interesting podcasts there as well.
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                    CIO Magazine Goes Podcast

                    CIO Magazine has a podcast which is the content of the magazine, or at least some of it, read out loud. Interesting feature for people who commute and want to get to articles they just don't have time to read at the office.
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                    Interviewing Tom Barnett

                    I interviewed Tom Barnett today for an upcoming podcast from IT Conversations. Tom is the author of Blueprint for Action : A Future Worth Creating and The Pentagon's New Map. Tom was delightful to interview--you can tell he does it a lot. We talked about the concepts in his new book, his use of technology-base analogies to explain his ideas, blogging, and outsourcing. I could have spoken to him for hours. Hopefully Doug will have it up at IT Conversations soon. I'll point to it when it's up.
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                    IIW2005 Talks

                    If you missed IIW2005, or were there and wanted to hear something over again, the audio from the conference is now online. A big thanks to Scott Mace for recording the workshop and post processing the audio. You can link to the audio individually below or subscribe to this podcast. Opening remarks by Phil Windley, podcast from the Internet Identity Workshop, Oct. 26, 2005. (13:58) Identity in the Marketplace: The Rise of the Fully Empowered Customer, featuring Doc Searls, podcast from the Internet Identity Workshop, Oct. 26, 2005. (1:19:31) [Notes from my blog] Use Cases for the Social Web,
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                    Video Podcasting Talks

                    I want to be able to easily take a Powerpoint or Keynote deck and an audio file (MP3), sync them and turn them into an MP4. Can I use iMovie to do this?
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