Produced as a supplement to the Deantastic Tech blog at www.deantastic.com, Deantastic Tech Podcast brings to you the week's biggest tech, web and blogging news in bite-sized chunks for your convenience.
On this episode:Oracle acquires Sun MicrosystemsBluetooth 3.0 specs announcedUbuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope is freed into the wildblo.gs becomes part of AutomatticDownload the MP3 of Episode 03 here or listen to it using the embedded player below. Better yet, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or use this generic RSS feed.www.deantastic.com
Episode 02 is five minutes long. On this episode:Apple Counts Down to One Billion Downloaded Apps - http://bit.ly/2rwaVNikon Releases the D5000 - http://bit.ly/4s7VYGoogle Latitude Helps Catch a CriminalApple Responds to Microsoft AdsFrom Windows to Linux - http://bit.ly/B8sKDownload the MP3 of Episode 02 here or listen to it using the embedded player below. Better yet, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or use this generic RSS feed. www.deantastic.com
In observance of Lent, I will not be producing a Deantastic Tech Podcast this week.For continuing technology, Web, and blogging coverage, please visit www.deantastic.com. Regular podcast programming is expected to resume next week. Thanks!www.deantastic.com
The pilot episode of Deantastic Podcast is here!Before we go any further, let me just say this: this is one crappy episode in terms of audio quality. I'm still learning the ropes of Adobe Audition and podcasting in general and I'm working with a basic 3.5-mm omnidirectional microphone. Apologies for the quality. I promise I'll get better in future episodes.It's also ridiculously short—five minutes for chrissake! I worked entirely off a script here. As soon as I get the hang of it, expect the podcast's runtime to lengthen.So, anyway, in this episode of the Deantastic Tech Podcast:Skype for the iPhone. Skype finally releases a client for the iPhone platform.Conficker Worm. D-Day came and went without anything really big happening. So is the Conficker scare over?Microsoft Encarta shuts down. Didn't see that coming.What the Internets did for April Fools'. Google has CADIE, The Guardian goes Twitter, Plurk goes Bitter.Download the MP3 of Episode 01 here or listen to it using the embedded player below. Better yet, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes - or use this generic RSS feed. www.deantastic.com