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Podcast are better then blogging becasue they allow for the reality of multi-tasking. TV has created a generation that is addicted to sound bites and requires multitasking. Podcasting fits right.



Published: Fri, 15 Dec 2017 11:22:05 GMT

 



Times Past Haunted Farm-Lancaster South Carolina - Aug 23,2011

Tue, 13 Sep 2011 19:41:39 GMT

Tmes Past Haunted farm in the words of the owner Rose, TPHF is located in Lancaster, SC. This place is the most haunted place Ive ever been & I also call it home. There is a lot of history on the land, Its been Indian land, its linked to the Revolutionary War ( the Buford Bloody Massacre site is only 4 miles up the road), there was a church for slaves to worship (we think some bodies might still be buried on the land) , & there are also numerous animal ghosts. The farm has been mentioned in Joshua P Warrens books, How to Hunt Ghosts & Pet Ghosts. Its been on tv many times, including The Travel Channel, The History Channel, Animal Planet, Maurey Povitch & Sally Jesse Rafael. Recently, Joshua Warren broadcast a live ghost hunt on his radio show, Speaking of the Strange. Its also listed on Shadowlands http://www.timespasthauntedfarm.com/ Tis is going to be an amazing show, join us call in!haunted farm | ghosts | angels | animal spirits | revolutionary war


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http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mackenzie1/2011/08/23/times-past-haunted-farm-lancaster-south-carolina.mp3




SoccerGossip.comShow#5-10-26-05

Mon, 31 Oct 2005 00:35:38 GMT

SoccerGossip.comShow#5 on October 26th, 2005. We start this one off with a little "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" for all you West Ham supporters out there. Then we get into the weekends EPL fixtures. Next it's on to Tuesday and Wednesday's Carling Cup matches and we end it up with more for the West Ham faithful!!! Enjoy!!!


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http://libsyn.com/media/soccergossip/SG5-10-26-05.mp3




SoccerGossip.comShow#4-10-19-05

Sat, 22 Oct 2005 19:04:36 GMT

SoccerGossip.comShow#4 on October 19th, 2005. The English Premier League is back, so BeatleManU does his usual roundup of the weekends fixtures. Added to that, Champions League Matchday 3 and a roundup of European World Cup Qualifiers, we have quite a big show!!!


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http://libsyn.com/media/soccergossip/SG4-10-19-05.mp3




The Gillmor Gang: January 14, 2005

Thu, 17 Feb 2005 20:25:44 GMT

(The Gillmor Gang on IT Conversations) Adam Bosworth, now Google's VP of Engineering, joins The Gang this week to discuss his vision for the future of search architecture. "How do you handle data that's much less known up front and where the query is by relevance?" Adam asks. Most of today's databases are built on the relational model, but most of today's queries are not. Instead they're looking for keyword precision, location and semantic context -- not a textual or numeric match. The relational model is designed for use when both the data and the queries can be anticipated, but in today's world, neither are typically known in advance. Adam suggests that the same divide-and-conquer architectures used to make web servers more scalable could be used in search. He envisions data routers that will know which back-end servers have which knowledge and will query servers asynchronously according to the liklihood of getting the best results. The discussion then turns to the topic of attention and the technology and politics of knowing who's reading what on the Internet. XML-based RSS and Atom have created both the challenge and the opportunity.


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http://rdscon.vo.llnwd.net/o1/_downloads/itc/mp3/2005/GillmorGang-2005.01.14.mp3




So, Is This a Bubble Yet?: Web 2.0

Thu, 17 Feb 2005 20:25:22 GMT

So, Is This a Bubble Yet? No greater shroud hangs over Web 2.0 then the fear that we’ll repeat the financial mistakes of the past. With dozens of tech IPOs either recently completed or in the works, how are we doing? Leading analysts Lanny Baker and Safa Rashtchy join top financier Bill Janeway and London-based Danny Rimer to address the state of the internet’s finances. (IT Conversations audio from the Web 2.0 Conference)


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http://rdscon.vo.llnwd.net/o1/_downloads/itc/mp3/2004/ITC-Web2.0-2004-BubblePanel.mp3




The Gillmor Gang: February 4, 2005

Thu, 17 Feb 2005 20:25:12 GMT

The Gillmor Gang asks guest Dan Bricklin, president of Software Garden, what innovations are on his radar. Dan's answers include the trend to large amounts of storage that allow a store-now-think-later approach, mobility, cheap CPU power and IP connectivity everywhere. We're seeing success from those who plan for, or at least enable unintended consequences. "Google caught everyone by surprise," by using the population to generate the connection database, says Dan. The gang digs into the benefits of pervasive devices that can share with others and considers whether evolution shows us how markets work. Is there a technology ecosystem? And what's new in interfaces? Google again. And Flash (and to some extent DHTML and JavaScript), which allow us to developed rich controls again. (The Gillmor Gang audio on IT Conversations.)


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http://rdscon.vo.llnwd.net/o1/_downloads/itc/mp3/2005/ITC-GillmorGang-2005.02.04.mp3




The Gillmor Gang: January 28, 2005

Thu, 17 Feb 2005 20:25:00 GMT

The Gillmor Gang on IT Conversations... Steve calls in from the Integrated Media Association's New Media Summit with his special guest, Stephen Hill. The talk is all about the convergence of radio (most notably public radio) and "new media" if that term even makes sense any longer. That convergence is due to digital technologies and the fact that it's now possible for nearly anyone to create broadcast-quality audio with a very small investment in equipment. Stephen reminds us that even FM radio isn't very old, having become popular in the mid 1960s, when broadcasters even supplied the receiver. (Hey...sounds like satellite today!) Public radio in the U.S. has more than 20 million subscribers, but the public-radio insfrastructure has become a bottleneck in its own right. (Is NPR the "Clear Channel of public radio?") Is podcasting the next step for independently produced audio? It was an important topic at the New Media Summit. The consensus is that podcasting is still in Geeksville mode, but it's real close. What business model will prevail? Stephen thinks it's bundle-and-charge aggregation, and sees at least one segment of public radio going to a $240/year model. But if there's an explosion of content, how will we sort our way through it? Will it be something like Attention.xml, or will we rely on more traditional systems like individual or group editors? An important development may be the Personal Service Publisher proposal (PDF) presented at the conference.


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http://rdscon.vo.llnwd.net/o1/_downloads/itc/mp3/2005/GillmorGang-2005.01.28.mp3




Dave Sifry: Web 2.0

Thu, 17 Feb 2005 20:24:09 GMT

Want to grok the blogosphere? Dave Sifry, founder and CEO of Technorati has the inside look at this explosive new medium. (IT Conversations audio from the Web 2.0 Conference)


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http://rdscon.vo.llnwd.net/o1/_downloads/itc/mp3/2004/ITC-Web2.0-2004-DaveSifry.m4b