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Monday, October 24, 2005

SBS Show Podcast #1 is Live
Posted: 10:51 AM
The first SBS Show podcast is now live! Battling some food poisoning and a hurricane at the moment but the podcast is up and I hope you can all enjoy it. I was joined by Chris Rue (happyfunboy) and we chatted about a number of things that happened last week and that will be happening this week.

This is the very first show and I'm still figuring it all out. You can download an MP3 of it outright and drop it into your player, or you can subscribe to it using iTunes or Yahoo Music. This show was 45 minutes long and fit in ~12 Mb so it should not be too difficult to download. What did we talk about?

The idea behind this podcast is to take a popular item of the week and discuss it with people that have an expertise in that area. Important items often get lost in massive email threads and the podcast is a more elegant way of spreading that information.

We want this to be a dynamic community property, give us your opinion or tell us who you'd like to hear from. So if you have something interesting to say, comment or if you want to talk to us during the recording - please let us know. There is also a number you can call around the
clock [(407) 965-2945)] and we'll edit you into the show if you'd like.

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