So I have a five hour drive in front of my tomorrow to get to Boston and iLaw and five hours back on Friday. That’s a potential 10-hour time-shifted, on demand, learning never stops, read/write Web techfest opportunity that I want to make the most of. (What’s a radio, anyway?) I’m saving up the latest Gillmor Gang, and I’ve got the latest from IT Conversations and the usual edsuspects. But I’m open to suggestions…what’s REALLY good that you’ve been listening to?
Not sure if you are looking for entertainment or pure education, but Coverville.com is always great.
And there’s always mine if you are interested in learning about what it takes to become an actor in LA and all about making commercials: http://www.iamnotdustin.com
Dean R Shareski says
Alec Couros, Rob Wall, Rick Schwier and I have started something called EdTech Posse.
Here’s the feed:
I’ve just started and have 3 podcasts completed…kind of bad to promote my own but could use some critiquing.
Enjoy your trip.
Bud Hunt says
I’ve found Chris Lydon’s program Open Source (http://www.radioopensource.org) to be well worth picking through. While not all the episodes interest me, I’m looking forward to giving a listen to stuff like the “Accidental Time Capsules” show as well as the one on Fan Fiction. Might be worth a look.
I’ve got a six hour round trip that I’ll be making on Wednesday, so I’ll be checking in to see what other recommendations you receive.
Frank Patrick says
Bud beat me to my recommendation of http://www.radioopensource.org. The inaugural show on “Web 2.0” – http://www.radioopensource.org/2005/05/27/web-20/ – was a winner.
If you’re into science, Ira Flatow’s NPR show Science Friday – http://www.sciencefriday.com/ – has also got a podcast setup.
I’m blogging the conference on Friday and hope that you aren’t leaving too early .. . I’m sharing a press pass with a colleague.
Tim Stahmer says
I’m hooked on “On The Media” from New York Public Radio (http://www.onthemedia.org/index.xml). Great mix of stories and conversations about all forms of media. Always posted by midday Saturday at the latest.
Not exactly a podcast, I also capture the stream of Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me (http://waitwait.npr.org) each weekend for the Monday commute. It’s a news quiz with a great sense of humor.
Well, The IMAO podcast is really freaking funny.