Posted by Terry on July 4th, 2006
First, apologies for the late arrival of this week’s episode.
Second, starting next week, the show will be posted on Tuesday mornings rather than Monday mornings.
Also, with Terry absent next week, Mitch Joel from the Six Pixels of Separation podcast will be co-hosting with David.
00:27 Terry opens the show and invites listener comments to the comment line (206-600-4741), the show blog, or to firstname.lastname@example.org
01:20 Terry brings up housekeeping items: the show will now be posted Monday nights at midnight instead of Sunday nights at midnight
02:00 Terry will not be co-hosting next week’s episode. In his place, Mitch Joel will join David as co-host. Thanks to Mitch for filling in for Terry.
7:08 Terry and David discuss Eric’s comment
13:25 David brings up Podcasters Across Borders and Terry talks about his time at the conference in Kingston, Ontario.
16:10 David and Terry discuss a post on Steve Rubel’s blog about John Edwards’ speech at Gnomedex.
19:45 Terry brings up Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s bare-bones podcast.
22:12 Terry brings up the Nokia blogger-relations program done by Matchstick, a word-of-mouth marketing company. There is some discussion as to how Matchstick could have done a better job communicating with the blogosphere. David points to Darren Barefoot and Boris Mann as examples of bloggers who were recruited but chose not to participate.
32:14 Amy Cole comments on Chris Clarke’s segment from Inside PR #13
33:33 Chris Clarke contributes his weekly segment
35:20 Terry identifies with Chris’ segment and shares a story of his own from circa 1988
36:40 Terry invites comments to the blog page, comment line, or via email to email@example.com
37:35 David closes the show and looks forward to Mitch Joel co-hosting next week