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Jonathan Rotenberg about the 1984 BCS Mac event 2014-01-22

Fri, 24 Jan 2014 03:25:12 GMT

An interview with Boston Computer Society founder Jonathan Rotenberg discussing the BCS General Meeting where the Apple Macintosh was first shown to the public by Steve Jobs and many of the developers. This is a companion to a video of that meeting to be released in January 2014 by the Computer History Museum.

Recorded: January 22, 2014
Length: 19:39, Size: 13.5MB

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MassTLC Designing IT in the age of Obama 2009-04-01

Wed, 01 Apr 2009 16:45:51 GMT

When he was inaugurated, President Obama called for transparency, participation, and collaboration with an eye towards a duty of responsibility to more than just ourselves as we build a foundation for growth that is inclusive. This is a recording of a Mass Technology Leadership Council meeting where this was discussed by a panel and other participants.

The panelists were Doc Searls, one of the authors of the Cluetrain Manifesto and now at Harvard's Berkman Center and senior editor for Linux Journal, as well as Susie Adams, Microsoft Federal Civilian and IGO Chief Technology Officer, Tim Yeaton, the new CEO of Black Duck Software who has a background that includes Red Hat and Macromedia, and Tom Kincaid, Executive Director of Sun's Application Platform organization and part of the original Java EE architecture and management teams. Dan Bricklin moderated.

Recorded: April 1, 2009
Length: 1:58:57, Size: 54.4MB

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State of the Consumer Internet panel at the Vilna Shul 2009-02-11

Thu, 12 Feb 2009 16:02:41 GMT

Another of Doug Levin's events at the Vilna Shul in Boston. This one was billed as follows: "Today issues facing consumer Internet startups are very challenging. This panel consisting of thriving entrepreneurs will address customer acquisition, funding, startup and entrepreneurial dynamics, and other hot issues." The panelists were Brad Rosen, CEO of Drync, which has a wine-related iPhone app; Jeff Taylor, CEO, EONS, a web site for the Boomer-set, and Tributes, which tries to do for obituaries what his did for Help Wanted ads; Scott Savitz, CEO of Shoebuy, a huge reseller of shoes online; and Dave Balter, CEO of BzzAgent, a word-of-mouth media network. The moderator was Jeffrey Bussgang of Flybridge Venture Partners.

Recorded: February 11, 2009
Length: 1:08:53, Size: 31.5MB

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Amy Wohl reminiscing about early Mac 2009-01-26

Wed, 28 Jan 2009 17:15:05 GMT

Long-time computer industry guru Amy Wohl talks about the announcement in 1984 of the Apple Macintosh, which she attended, and her work with Apple to help get Macs into businesses.

Recorded: January 26, 2009
Length: 9:38, Size: 4.4MB

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VADM (Ret.) John Morgan on cooperation, technology, and more

Fri, 26 Sep 2008 03:54:45 GMT

Recently retired Vice Admiral John Morgan, who was Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information, Plans and Strategy, discusses global systems of cooperation for the betterment of the world, the role of interconnectivity, learning to deescalate conflict and cooperate towards mutual goals rather than escalate and then try to win and defeat, his view about how technology helps our enemies as well as us, and much more. He is now doing consulting as Instantiation LLC.

A transcript is available.

Recorded: September 25, 2008
Length: 56:15, Size: 25.7MB

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Paul Carroll, co-author of Billion Dollar Lessons, about Merrill/BofA deal

Wed, 17 Sep 2008 15:12:12 GMT

Paul Carroll, co-author with Chunka Mui of the book Billion Dollar Lessons (, discusses the implications of the research that led to their book with respect to the deal between Bank of America and Merrill Lynch.

Recorded: September 16, 2008
Length: 7:46, Size: 3.6MB

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Dan Ariely, author of Predictably Irrational, about Open Source

Thu, 06 Mar 2008 20:15:14 GMT

An interview with behavioral economist Dan Ariely that looks at the concepts covered in his book "Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions" and how they may be applied to thinking about Open Source software.

Recorded: March 2, 2008
Length: 55:54, Size: 25.5MB

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Scott Kirsner: Next-Gen Display Technology 2008-02-13

Wed, 20 Feb 2008 04:55:24 GMT

This is one of Scott Kirsner's Entrepreneurs on the Edge get-togethers. The theme of this event was "Seeing in New Ways: Next-Gen Display Technology." The speakers were Adam Bogue, Circle Twelve/MERL/DiamondTouch, Peter Kazlas, QD Vision, David Rose, Vitality & Ambient, Mark Spitzer, Myvu, and Bob Zehner, E Ink.

Recorded: February 13, 2008
Length: 50:45, Size: 23.2MB

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Vilna Shul Panel on the Venture Capital Industry: 2007 and 2008

Fri, 11 Jan 2008 23:34:50 GMT

Doug Levin of Black Duck introduces Scott Kirsner who leads a panel with VCs Larry Bohn (General Catalyst), Jonathan Seelig (Globespan Capital), and Alan Spoon (Polaris Venture) looking back at 2007 and forward to 2008.

Recorded: January 8, 2008
Length: 1:05:49, Size: 30.1MB

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Laura Fitton about Twitter and Seesmic

Wed, 26 Dec 2007 01:37:28 GMT

Laura Fitton tells us why she loves Twitter and how it helped her get connected to the social software scene. It's one of her main connections to the world. We also talk about Seesmic (see my blog post).

Recorded: December 24, 2007
Length: 19:52, Size: 9.1MB

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MITX Fireside Chat with IDEO CEO Tim Brown

Thu, 06 Dec 2007 23:43:29 GMT

Brian Bergstein of the Associated Press hosts a "chat" with IDEO CEO Tim Brown for MITX. IDEO is a design consultancy that contributed to the first mouse for Apple, the Palm V, Shimano's new Coasting bike, and the Eclipse jet.

Recorded: December 5, 2007
Length: 1:09:36, Size: 31.8MB

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Scott Kirsner's Think Big get-together

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 05:25:01 GMT

Are New England's most promising companies getting sold before they have a chance to get really big and really influential? A discussion moderated by Scott Kirsner, with Michael Greeley, Founder, IDG Ventures, Paul Maeder, Co-founder, Highland Capital Partners, and lots of entrepreneurs.

Recorded: November 28, 2007
Length: 59:19, Size: 27.1MB

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Starwood PR person talks about Microsoft Surface

Sat, 10 Nov 2007 04:42:13 GMT

A Starwood Hotels and Resorts PR person discusses what they plan to do with Microsoft Surface.

Recorded: 2007-11-09
Length: 7:12, Size: 3.3MB

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Audio of Microsoft Surface demo video

Sat, 10 Nov 2007 04:40:36 GMT

The audio from a demo of Microsoft Surface given by Jeffrey Gattis of Microsoft. The video (along with sound) is available on Google Video.

Recorded: 20007-11-09
Length: 36:14, Size: 16.5MB

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Vilna Shul Fireside Chat with Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Thu, 08 Nov 2007 04:29:45 GMT

Dr. Irving Wladawsky-Berger is interviewed by Black Duck's Doug Levin as part of the Vilna Shul Speaker Series. Dr. Wladawsky-Berger retired from IBM after 37 years with the company, where he led initiatives including the 1996 effort to formulate IBM's Internet strategy.

Recorded: 2007-11-07
Length: 1:06:45, Size: 30.5MB

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Tech Blogs with Scott Kirsner

Wed, 24 Oct 2007 03:05:02 GMT

Entrepreneurs, CEOs, VCs, journalists, and PR professionals talking about blogging, etc., at a get together organized by Scott Kirsner and others.

Recorded: 2007-10-23
Length: 1:13:04, Size: 33.4MB

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Bug Labs CEO Peter Semmelhack

Wed, 10 Oct 2007 15:28:17 GMT

A discussion between Bug Labs President/CEO Peter Semmelhack and some of the attendees at a get together his company hosted in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They are building " open source, modular consumer electronics platform that makes building hardware just as easy as writing software or Web applications."

Recorded: 2007-10-09
Length: 44:36, Size: 20.4MB

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SpotScout - A Boston Area Startup

Wed, 19 Sep 2007 02:38:55 GMT

Interview with Andrew Rollert, founder & CEO of SpotScout, a Boston area start up that helps you find parking spaces, about the company, its strategy, etc. Recorded under Fenway Park at an event hosted by TriNet and GlobalLogic.

Recorded: 2007-09-18
Length: 14:57, Size: 7MB

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Welcome Back to Boston Event for Scott Kirsner

Mon, 10 Sep 2007 15:14:51 GMT

Doug Levin of Black Duck Software moderates a "chat" with Scott Kirsner as part of the "Welcome Back to Boston" event for Scott at the historic Vilna Shul in Boston. Much of the conversation and Q&A centered around Scott's article that morning in the Sunday Boston Globle "Why Facebook went west".

Recorded: 2007-09-09
Length: 1:03:29, Size: 29MB

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About the Vilna Shul in Boston

Mon, 10 Sep 2007 14:59:20 GMT

The "Welcome Back to Boston" event for Scott Kirsner was held at the Vilna Shul, an old synagogue in Boston. Event organizer Doug Levin is active in restoring this historic building. This is a short talk about the building and its history given by its executive director, Steven Greenberg, right before the talk with Scott. See the Boston Center for Jewish Heritage website for more information.

Recorded: 2007-09-09
Length: 10:30, Size: 5MB

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Robert Cringely of PBS

Mon, 11 Jun 2007 21:04:37 GMT

An interview with Bob Cringely right as he was preparing to interview me for a PBS TV program. We discuss what he's up to, Youtube, and more. A very short portion of this is available as video on Youtube.

Recorded: 2007-06-06
Length: 16:51, Size: 7.7MB

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Antonio Rodriguez of Tabblo

Fri, 04 May 2007 14:55:44 GMT

Antonio Rodriguez of Tabblo talks about their acquisition by Hewlett-Packard.

Recorded: 2007-05-03
Length: 2:56, Size: 1.3MB

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Rick Treitman of Virtual Ubiquity

Fri, 04 May 2007 14:53:18 GMT

Rick Treitman of Virtual Ubiquity talks about their upcoming Flash-based word processor.

Recorded: 2007-05-03
Length: 9:27, Size: 4.3MB

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David Weinberger

Wed, 25 Apr 2007 02:37:37 GMT

David Weinberger at the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council's Social Media Cluster talking about "Taking Back the Internet: How Social Media will Transform Media and Institutions".

Recorded: 2007-04-24
Length: 1:53:34, Size: 52MB

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Toby Redshaw of Motorola

Tue, 20 Mar 2007 21:48:40 GMT

Toby Redshaw, Motorola VP, talks about the growth of their use of wikis and blogs, and why they are so important. This is a follow-up to the podcast interview in March 2006.

Recorded: 2007-03-14
Length: 45:34, Size: 20.8MB

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Vice Admiral John Morgan of the US Navy

Wed, 07 Mar 2007 22:24:06 GMT

This is a sit-down interview with Vice Admiral John Morgan about building a community of trust in a "Pier-to-Pier" world.

This relates to comments by Admiral Mike Mullen, the Chief of Naval Operations, U.S. Navy. Admiral Mullen is the top ranking Naval officer and a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and has been advocating the idea of a "1,000 Ship Navy", a pooling of the resources among nations, a community of trust that includes the sharing of information among navies of countries that may otherwise be untrusting of each other for political or economic reasons. A ", self-organizing network of maritime partners..." This is a somewhat informal relationship more like the one that grew the Internet than the command-and-control style of more traditional military or corporate relationships. Vice Admiral Morgan, interviewed here, has been speaking around the country on this topic.

Recorded: 2007-03-05
Length: 19:48, Size: 9.1MB

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Blogger Dim Sum

Mon, 26 Feb 2007 00:46:15 GMT

Jessica Baumgart organized a Blogger Dim Sum brunch to coincide with Dave Winer's visit to the Boston area. I was one of the attendees and used it as an opportunity to try out some new podcasting equipment.

Recorded: 2007-02-25
Length: 4:37, Size: 2.1MB

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Asheesh Birla of Thomson on wiki deployment

Wed, 21 Feb 2007 20:26:24 GMT

This is a phone interview with Asheesh Birla, Executive Director of Strategic Production Technology Global Production at Thomson Learning.

I asked Asheesh to go through the deployment and adoption of wikis as his company step by step, how he did it, what it was used for, who used it next, etc. I asked him about savings, what to do and not do, etc. He has hundreds of users actively editing wiki pages, including outside vendors. When he started, he knew little about wikis -- just that friends at other companies told him he should try using one.

Recorded: 2007-02-21
Length: 25:48, Size: 12MB

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Ward Cunningham on wikis and their development

Wed, 14 Feb 2007 23:07:30 GMT

This is a phone interview with Ward Cunningham. Ward is known, among other things, for inventing and popularizing the wiki.

Recorded: 2007-02-14
Length: 1:26:01, Size: 39.3MB

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Jim Buckmaster of Craig's List

Wed, 06 Dec 2006 15:48:00 GMT

This is a MITX Fireside Chat with Craig's List CEO Jim Buckmaster. The interviewer was Scott Kirsner and there was a lot of Q&A from the audience.

Recorded: 2006-12-05
Length: 1:03:35, Size: 29.1MB

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Alan Yates of Microsoft

Tue, 13 Jun 2006 01:04:08 GMT

This is a quick interview with Alan Yates at a Microsoft reception at the University of Massachusetts Club overlooking the Boston Harbor. Alan is the general manager of business strategy for the Office team. I asked him a few questions about Google Spreadsheet and web stuff related to Office and recorded them in a podcast.

Recorded: 2006-06-12
Length: 5:47, Size: 2.7MB

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FIRST competition with Minsky Woz etc.

Sat, 25 Mar 2006 22:45:48 GMT

This is a compilation of walk-around quick interviews at a VIP lunch at the Boston FIRST Regional Robotics Competition. FIRST is the organization Dean Kamen founded to promote interest in science and technology in kids. It starts outs with CIMIT (Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology) strategic director Ronald Newbower (I wrote up a visit to CIMIT in February 2002 here on my blog), then has iRobot chairman and co-founder Helen Greiner, then AI pioneer Marvin Minsky, then Steve Wozniak, then one of the Worcester, Massachusetts, "Polar Bots" team, and then a little sound from the competition.

Recorded: 2006-03-25
Length: 19:01, Size: 8.7MB

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Toby Redshaw of Motorola about wikis and blogs

Thu, 23 Mar 2006 18:39:40 GMT

This is an interview with Toby Redshaw, Motorola's Corporate Vice President of Information Technology Strategy, Architecture & e-Business, at DiamondCluster's DX Summit in early March 2006. He told me that Motorola, #49 on the Fortune 500, has almost 2,000 internal wikis (that's separate wikis, each with many pages), and 2,700 blogs used by 60,000 of their 68,000 employees daily. 4,000-5,000 people are actively contributing, the rest mainly read.

Toby tells us about what wikis and blogs are used for, how they rolled them out, what benefits they get, how they chose what they did, experience with bad behavior, etc. Near the end, he also talks about their experiences with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).

Recorded: 2006-03-06
Length: 30:03, Size: 13.7MB

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Jimmy Wales at MTLC

Wed, 08 Feb 2006 22:40:29 GMT

This is a recording of the keynote at the Mass Technology Leadership Council meeting by Jimmy Wales, founder of In this 47 minute speech (including audience questions) he talked about what Wikipedia is, how it's done, misconceptions about its organization, and more. Regular businesses like IBM are using collaborative tools like wikis and it's worth learning from the Wikipedia experience.

Recorded: 2006-02-08
Length: 47.04, Size: 21.5MB

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CIO Panel at MTLC

Wed, 08 Feb 2006 22:39:53 GMT

This is a recording from the Mass Technology Leadership Council meeting of the CIO panel, moderated by eWeek Editor Eric Lundquist. The panelists were Sandesh Bhat, director of design and technology innovation at the IBM Software Group, Bethann Pepoli, deputy CIO of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and David Webb, CIO of Silicon Valley Bank. They talk about what they do and their role, some about where their budgets are going, how to sell to them, and (at 40:15) about their use of Open Source.

Recorded: 2006-02-08
Length: 43.53, Size: 20.0MB

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John Landry at MTLC

Wed, 08 Feb 2006 22:39:21 GMT

This is a recording, from the Mass Technology Leadership Council meeting, of John Landry of Adesso Systems gaving his view of the outlook for IT/software technology in the coming year. He's always entertaining, and knowing this was being podcast he made sure to describe things even if you couldn't see his slides.

Recorded: 2006-02-08
Length: 59:47, Size: 27.3MB

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Boston Mayor Tom Menino at MTLC

Wed, 08 Feb 2006 22:38:35 GMT

This is a recording, from the Mass Technology Leadership Council meeting, of a short talk by Boston Mayor Tom Menino. At about 5:45 in he talks about the new WiFi and wireless initiatives the city is doing.

Recorded: 2006-02-08
Length: 8:56, Size: 4.1MB

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TopTenSources party

Wed, 25 Jan 2006 04:18:48 GMT

This recording is from a party for TopTenSources. They were celebrating moving into a real office and the pass off from founder John Palfrey to a team headed by new CEO Halley Suitt. It has Halley talking about what Top10 is all about and their business model (or lack there of), Adam Green talking about their business model and programming and what he's doing and his view of Web 2.0 (it's the excitement after the dead of 2000-2004), John Palfrey talking about Top10 and business models and RSS and copyright, other Top10-related and semi-related people talking about what they do, the chief scientist from talking about the differences between automatic and editor-driven search results, a short speech by John, Halley, and others, and more. It ends with Halley talking about Dave Winer and his role in RSS, wishing he was there.

Recorded: 2006-01-24
Length: 48:14, Size: 22.0MB

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Meeting people at David Weinberger's

Mon, 23 Jan 2006 03:39:49 GMT

Mary Hodder and some others were in town David Weinberger invited some people over to his house to schmooze about saving the Internet and other topics. I walked around at one point and asked some of the people if they'd like to say something for a podcast. You'll hear Mary, Halley Suitt, Steve Garfield, Henry Jenkins, Rebecca McKinnon, Bob Frankston, and others. It's nearly a half hour long.

Recorded: 2006-01-22
Length: 28:27, Size: 13.0MB

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Dan Caine and Jonathan Seelig at CJP

Thu, 19 Jan 2006 03:50:30 GMT

This recording is from a meeting of the Technology Industry Group of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston. The speakers were Dan Caine and Jonathan Seelig. Dan is best known (in the tech world) for founding the company that developed the TaxCut income tax software which was acquired in 1993 by H&R Block. Jonathan was a co-founder of Akamai Technologies. The talk was titled "Two Guys Talking: A Discussion on Starting Companies, Living in Israel, and Committing to the Jewish Enterprise".

Recorded: 2006-01-18
Length: 1:11:03, Size: 32.5MB

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BoomersTV party interview with sound person John Osborne

Sun, 08 Jan 2006 22:56:25 GMT

This is John Osborne of Osborne Associates. He's a person who records sound for broadcast. He's worked on lots of projects over the last 20 years or so and is doing reality TV stuff right now. I asked John lots of questions about equipment and stuff. His answers were aimed at people looking to do a "professional" job, so some of the equipment mentioned fits that price range, but it's really cool to listen to a pro even if you can't afford it. Realize that this was all recorded in a quite noisy club, with music, bar, candlepin bowling, and the Patriots football on TV -- a good test for my equipment (Sennheiser MD46 mike, Edirol R-1 recorder) and technique.

Recorded: 2006-01-07
Length: 14:11, Size: 6.5MB

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BoomersTV party interview with Mark Mills

Sun, 08 Jan 2006 22:55:11 GMT

I talked to Mark Mills (co-founder Nancy Mills' husband, co-host of the show, certified financial planner, and currently executive producer of Greater Boston on WGBH-TV) at the BoomersTV party. He talked about the show and then I asked him questions about funding, etc., that might be of interest to others (including podcasters) interested in making a living in independent media.

Recorded: 2006-01-07
Length: 11:51, Size: 5.4MB

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Geek Dinner Cambridge, MA

Fri, 06 Jan 2006 05:35:50 GMT

Dave Winer was in town and he proposed a "geek dinner" at a food court in a mall in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I recorded about 20 minutes of some of the people talking to each other.

Recorded: 2006-01-05
Length: 22:17, Size: 10.2MB

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Lunch with Don Bulens CEO EqualLogic

Thu, 22 Dec 2005 20:14:51 GMT

Don, who was CEO of Trellix, is now CEO of EqualLogic. I run into people all the time who ask how he's doing and what's up with him, so I devoted some of our lunch time to recording a podcast. You will find this of interest if you are interested in Don himself, in EqualLogic and the type of products it makes (storage area network devices), or the VAR channel. He explains what SANs and iSCSI in particular are all about (IP-based network attached storage), why he joined that company, and what the VAR channel is like and how it compares to the Lotus Notes days when he helped develop the Notes VAR channel.

Recorded: 2005-12-22
Length: 20:02, Size: 9.2MB

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MA Open Forum on the Future of Electronic Data Formats for the Commonwealth

Wed, 14 Dec 2005 21:48:24 GMT

The Massachusetts Joint Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies and the Science and Technology Caucus held a meeting titled "An Open Forum on the Future of Electronic Data Formats for the Commonwealth". It was held in the Senate Reading Room, and I was able to record the meeting.

The meeting was moderated by State Senator Jack Hart and Representative Cory Atkins. Also in attendance were the other co-chairs of the committee and caucus, Representative Dan Bosley and Secretary of Economic Development Ranch Kimball, and other legislators as well as many attendees from various constituencies.

Berkman Center's John Palfrey gave an introductory address, and then we heard from the main panel: Bob Sutor of IBM, Bob Sproull of Sun Microsystems, Peter Quinn of MA ITD, Alan Yates of Microsoft, Alan Cote from the Secretary of State's Office, and Judy Brewer from W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative. ITD's Linda Hamel was also asked to speak from the floor. There were then some questions and statements from the audience.

Recorded: 2005-12-14
Length: 2:20:37, Size: 64.3MB

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MITX Fireside Chat with Jay Walker

Fri, 09 Dec 2005 03:42:03 GMT

Jay Walker, Chairman of Walker Digital, is best known for his work with

If you are interested in innovation, business models, the Internet, entrepreneurship, patents, or just general business, you would have loved this meeting. I didn't take any notes...but I did record it for podcasting. He talks about patents at about 35:00, and at 54:45, after talking about Open Source, he calls Microsoft the last of the Soviet-style software development places. He's quite outspoken.

Reocrded: 2005-12-08
Length: 1:04:29, Size: 29.5MB

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Dan'l Lewin of Microsoft

Tue, 15 Nov 2005 04:05:06 GMT

This is a few minutes from a dinner with Microsoft's Dan'l Lewin and a few others. We discuss Ray Ozzie a bit.

Recorded: 2005-11-14
Length: 4:44, Size: 2.2MB

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Robin Miller

Wed, 02 Nov 2005 03:52:48 GMT

Robin is editor-in-chief at the Open Source Technology Group, which includes,,, etc.

Recorded: 2005-11-01
Length: 12:27, Size: 5.7MB

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Massachusetts Senate Post Audit Committe ODF hearing 2005-10-31 (part 1 of 3)

Tue, 01 Nov 2005 03:15:46 GMT

(Follow link to blog post for more information)

Length: 1:57:47, Size: 53.9MB

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Berkman Center ODF meeting

Fri, 28 Oct 2005 04:16:27 GMT

From the announcement: "The purpose of this meeting is to explore together how open standards are increasing productivity, decreasing costs and shifting control of information and technology choice from vendors to individuals, businesses and governments." The moderator was John Palfrey (Berkman Executive Director), with panelists Steve Bratt (COO W3C), Tim Bray (Sun), Doug Levin (CEO Black Duck Software), and Bob Sutor (VP Standards and Open Source, IBM).

Recorded: 2005-10-27
Length: 1:13:14, Size: 33.5MB

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MITX Fireside Chat with Jeremy Allaire and J.J. Allaire

Thu, 27 Oct 2005 02:31:54 GMT

The interviewees were J.J. Allaire and Jeremy Allaire, founders of Allaire Corp., the ColdFusion people.

Recorded: 2005-10-26
Length: 1:00:52, Size: 27.8MB

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