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Show #176 - September 28, 2006

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Content summary

One Minute News: Getting up-to-date Google data, San Jose State University could shut off Skype on campus, Lincoln Groups wins a $13-million contract, Vocus and Business Wire enter a joint venture, WOMMA explores social media disclosure, Jupiter supports Google News, Pew issues a report on the future of the Net; a report from Dan York; Shel and Neville talk about business use of online video; listener comments; the music; and a bit more.

Time codes

00:26 Intro

03:17 One Minute News
03:40 Some Google servers are updated more often than others
05:57 SJSU bans Skype from faculty use
08:06 Lincoln Group (of pay for placement controversy) gets new $6M per year contract in Iraq
11:17 Focus & Businesswire hook up to do press release via RSS
12:36 WOMMA hold conference call on disclosure in social media
14:48 Google News banned from aggregating Belgian newspapers
17:05 ClickZ? report on Internet 2010
19:36 Dan York
Short FIR - not hefty enough
Podcamp.org - presentation recordings online
MinFM? transmitters - FM spectrum polution
TWIT.TV #70 Microsoft Zune Player & DRM
Lost corporate conversations - why not record to MP3? and archive?
25:40 Shel & Neville talk about video

35:47 Listeners Comments
Martyn Davies, Steve Turcotte, Mike, Sebastian Keil

45:15 Podsafe Music, Grainian, "Mark My Words"

Links

Lincoln Group wins US government contract worth $13 million
Vocus partners with Business Wire
WOMMA's social media disclosure initiative
Amy Gahran's report on Jupiter analyst's belief that newspapers benefit from Google News
ClickZ report on Pew Internet and American Life Project's look at the Internet in 2010
IP addresses for consistently updated Google servers:
* 216.239.57.99
* 216.239.59.104
* 216.239.37.104
View 16 Google data centers at once

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Contributors to show notes for this show (add your name here):
* Shel Holtz
  • Martyn Davies
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