Sunday, August 06, 2006

Cross-site scripting issues.

Simply accessing some social software sites is now hazardous to your privacy and gives away your information to spammers.

Researchers warn over web worms.

via [The Register]
2:33:14 PM    
 Saturday, May 06, 2006

Interactive podcasting?

Well, more like interactive podcast production, but it extends the boundary beyond the producer and one or two commentators, to include the community.

Waxxi is a New Kind of Podcast.

I think Tracy Sheridan’s Waxxi is a great idea: a scheduled podcast where people can call in and participate (Frank Gruber has more). The kickoff podcast is with Naked Converstions authors Shel Israel and Robert Scoble, on May 20, 2006 at 10:30 AM PST. If you would like to participate, register on the Waxxi homepage and you will receive a toll free number to call and a participation code. I do not know if there is a limit on the number of participants.

2:51:18 PM    
 Saturday, April 29, 2006

Online video publishing.

Robin Good shows us how video publishing (and editing) are getting more accessible.


10:43:46 AM    
 Thursday, April 27, 2006

Keep your podcasts legal.


Podcasting Legal Guide: Rules For The Revolution.

Podcasting can be daunting. Who's who and what's what!

The all-new, PODCASTING LEGAL GUIDE: RULES FOR THE REVOLUTION is now available free of charge at:

As quoted...

'The purpose of this Guide is to provide you with a general roadmap of some of the legal issues specific to podcasting. EFF has produced a very practical and helpful guide for issues related to blogging generally ( This Guide is not intended to duplicate efforts by EFF, and in many cases refers you to that guide for where crossover issues are addressed. Our goal is to complement EFF's Bloggers FAQ and address some of the standalone issues that are of primary relevance to podcasters, as opposed to bloggers.'

Please do make the time to read and digest the facts and podcast legaleze found across its' pages.

We highly commend all involved and professionally consider this timely podcast guide as a job well done.

News Department
PodCast Radio Show

[PodCast Radio Show: PodCast Marketing]
11:45:06 AM    
 Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Personal KM?

This is related to the previous post on social bookmarking. A few years ago, personal KM tools were exemplified by software such as Personal Brain, running on individual computers. Now, with RSS and networked environments, the possibilities are opening up. So "personal" isn't necessarily "private." Even Personal Brain is now BrainEKP (Enterprise Knowledge Platform).

Personal Knowledge Management Tools Ready For Enterprise Use. Personal knowledge management is making strong inroads into enterprise environments where individual users can be motivated to publish quality (commercial) information effectively and with the ease that "bloggers" enjoy. Photo credit: Dusan Jankovic The recent SIIA Brown Bag Lunch Series.....

[Online Collaboration :: Robin Good's Latest News]

10:56:02 AM    

Social bookmarking.

This is another aspect of knowledge management. Still figuring out how best to use it, and how the various social bookmarking services differ/overlap. Once you get the hang of using other people's bookmarks and tags, you can save quite a bit of time in your searches for information -- as long as everyone is tagging in some rational way.

CHI 2006: Dogear, Social Bookmarking for the Enterprise. (Notes from a talk about IBM's Dogear.)

Social bookmarking is a central store, where you can put keywords (tags), discover via "pivot" browsing, and subscribe to link feeds.

[Seb's Open Research]

10:49:37 AM    

"National Media Attention for Your Online Business"

These guys always have something worth listening to. I've edited their announcement for today:

PodCast Radio Show - Tuesday, April 25, 2006. In today's PodCast Radio Show: PodCast Marketing, Best PodCasting Practices, PodCast Software, Network Marketing, Working From Home (Home Business), Internet Marketing and today's Internet (Online) Marketing Live Free PodCast Tip, 'Internet Marketing And Online Business Building Strategies. Open-Minded Online Marketing Practices And 10 Real Ways To Win The Sale'. We enjoy another 97 Second Internet Marketers Marketing Update, 'How To Gain National Media Attention For Your Online Business' with Randall Blaum.

[PodCast Radio Show - PodCast Marketing from the PodCast Promenade]
10:23:02 AM    
 Monday, April 24, 2006

Cheaper, if you can make some tradeoffs.

Teamslide is a lower cost product, but ... it has its drawbacks. Read the article carefully. I think it will work well for conferencing, not so well for e-Learning and team training, which will be severely hampered by the need to have a server.

Teamslide could disrupt WebEx.

Munich, Germany based Teamslide is a new and very low cost alternative to services like WebEx, Placeware and GotToMeeting that allow people to share applications (like power point) online.


11:36:25 PM    

Go beyond providing a simple RSS feed.

This article by Rok Hrastnik is pure genius.

Your RSS Marketing Strategy: Deciding How To Deliver Your RSS Content [The RSS and Marketing Diary]

11:19:26 PM    
 Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Big names weigh in on Boston Globe article.

Blogging and Careers. Some folks are talking about the Boston Globe article on blogging being essential to a good career.

... the "challenges" of blogging are also touched on.  I'd add that another downside is information leakage.  Sometimes, personal info you don't intend to share gets inferred, shared, or found and known to others in awkward manners. 

[Scobleizer - Microsoft Geek Blogger]
4:44:58 PM    

Boston Globe says blogging is good.

(In case you needed any validation) 

The media figured out Blogs 'essential' to a good career (Boston Globe). "A well-executed blog sets you apart as an expert in your field. 


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