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Preview: WebTalk Radio with Rob Greenlee

WebTalk Radio with Rob Greenlee

A series from Conversations Network

Last Build Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2013 06:11:42 EDT

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Peter van der Linden - Web Talk

Tue, 6 Sep 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Peter van der Linden is an author and software consultant who specializes in Linux and open source. He discusses his new book "Peter van der Linden's Guide to Linux", written about how to use and set up a Linux based desktop or laptop computer. He also talks about the history of the Linux operating system and its future obstacles and growth opportunities as a competitive desktop and laptop operating system. [Web Talk audio on IT Conversations]

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Robert Scoble - Web Talk

Wed, 17 Aug 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Robert Scoble is a Microsoft technical evangelist, but is most know as the world famous "Scobleizer" blogger. He discusses his early days of blogging and how his blogging at Microsoft was often risky. He also explains how blogging is proving to be a valuable corporate communications tool. Robert discusses other important issues such as Windows Vista, podcasting, weblog search, opml and attention.xml. [Web Talk audio on IT Conversations]

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Adam Curry - Web Talk with Rob Greenlee

Wed, 3 Aug 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Adam Curry is founder of BoKu Communications, the parent company of, that is aligning various podcast-related services, websites, podcasts and directories to commercialize podcasting. He discusses his early days in radio and at MTV in the '80s. He talks about leaving all of his broadcast radio shows to pursue his passion for the early Internet. Adam goes into detail about his early work with the websites webcasting, blogging, audioblogging and his inspiration that helped birth and fuel the fast growth of podcasting. He also discusses some of the current podcasting issues. [Web Talk audio from IT Conversations]

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Kurt Huang - Web Talk

Wed, 20 Jul 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Kurt Huang is founder and vice-president of products at micropayment company He discusses the growing demand among digital content providers to efficiently monetize their online content offerings like podcasts and other downloadable content. He talks about his coming new service called "BitPass Unplugged" that will allow podcasters, ranging from hobbyists to mainstream media organizations, to generate revenue from podcast content offerings. [Web Talk audio on IT Conversations]

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David Coursey - WebTalk

Wed, 13 Jul 2005 00:00:00 EDT

David Coursey is a technology journalist, author and contributing editor at Ziff-Davis's He is president of David Coursey Consulting, Inc. David is also the former executive editor of ZDNet AnchorDesk. Mr. Coursey talks about his extensive background in journalism and radio broadcasting as well as some of his recent columns expressing skepticism about journalistic weblogs and the long-term growth and economic viability of grassroots podcasting. [Web Talk audio on IT Conversations]

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Mark Ramsey - WebTalk

Wed, 6 Jul 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Mark Ramsey is founder and president of Mercury Radio Research at and also writes a radio topiced weblog at Mr. Ramsey is a terrestrial broadcast radio consultant and audience researcher. His clients are some of the biggest terrestrial broadcasts and satellite radio networks in the USA and Europe. Mark explains his vision for the coming Digital HD Radio platform and whether it fills a need in the radio market. He also talks about whether the improved sound quality of "AM" Digital Radio broadcasts are really needed and why broadcasters are deploying it. Mark discusses how podcasting will be embraced and how it will impact broadcast radio. [Web Talk audio on IT Conversations]

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Todd Cochrane - Web Talk

Wed, 22 Jun 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Rob Greenlee speaks with Todd Cochrane, host of the Geek News Central Podcast and Weblog. Todd is also the author of the first book on podcasting, "Podcasting: The Do-It-Yourself Guide". Todd also talks about topic-based podcast networks and how they might just be the wave of the future. [Web Talk audio from IT Conversations]

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Tod Maffin - Web Talk

Wed, 15 Jun 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Web Talk's Rob Greenlee speaks with Tod Maffin, host of a National Technology Column on CBC Radio (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). Tod also hosts a technology series on CBC Television called "Canada Now". He is also creator of the weblog "" and is also a Podcaster. Tod is considered "one of Canada's most influential futurists". He discusses the present Podcasting landscape and about the future of Podcasting in Public Radio. [Web Talk audio on IT Conversations]

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Bob Cox - Web Talk

Wed, 8 Jun 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Bob Cox, Founder of the Media Bloggers Association and Blogger at and he will discuss some of the important legal issues facing media bloggers. He shares his story about his battle with the New York Times that recently got national media attention. He discusses how audio and video is changing weblogs and why he created the Media Bloggers Association. Bob will also talk about the recent BlogNashville event and the hot topics that came out of that event. [Web Talk audio on IT Conversations]

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Don Katz - Web Talk

Wed, 25 May 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Don Katz, Founder, CEO and Chairman of the Board of, describes the present and future of mobile downloadable spoken-word audio content. Katz explains Audibles' vision for distribution of free, pay-per download, paid subscription for audio books, public radio programs and many other types of audio content online. Katz talks about how podcasting trends are changing Katz also talks about whether mobile wireless cellular and data phones with expanded storage is the big future of mobile spoken-word audio listening. [Web Talk audio on IT Conversations]

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Bart Feder - Web Talk

Wed, 11 May 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Rob Greenlee, host of Web Talk, speaks with Bart Feder, President and CEO of FeedRoom. He tells us about the current FeedRoom operations and the changes the company has gone through since it was founded five years ago. FeedRoom is one of the Internet's largest streamers with over 1 million streams per day. Bart also explains the FeedRoom vision for future major media video distribution platforms via download and streaming to PCs and mobile devices. [Web Talk audio on IT Conversations]

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Dave Van Dyke - Web Talk

Wed, 27 Apr 2005 00:00:00 EDT

Rob Greenlee, host of Web Talk, speaks with Dave Van Dyke, President of Bridge Ratings (, about his company's recent radio market research study on the changes occurring to radio broadcasting. The study reveals the mainstream media misunderstanding and hype around the growth of Internet radio, satellite radio, Podcasting and Mobile phone streaming. The discussion also centers on how these changes will impact existing terrestrial radio broadcasters, Internet webcasters and podcasters over the next 5 years. [Web Talk audio on IT Conversations]

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Jimmy Wales - Web Talk Radio

Sat, 26 Mar 2005 00:00:00 EST

Rob and Dana Greelnee of Web Talk Radio interview Jimmy Wales, the founder of, the online free-content encyclopedia that anyone can edit. Started in 2001, the site is currently working on more than 500,000 articles in the English version alone. In 22 other langauages there are at least 10,000 articles. [Web Talk Radio audio on IT Conversations]

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Georges Harik - Gmail

Wed, 8 Dec 2004 00:00:00 EST

It's all about Gmail. From WebTalk Radio, an audio interview by Rob Greenlee with Georges, Google's Director of Googlettes. Gmail may only be a beta-test program, but already the pundits are speculating that it could break another leg from the Microsoft desktop stool. Georges explains the magic behind Gmail: It just works. Gmail uses search rather than rely on folders to manage archives. Its conversation view was inspired by IM, and it's clearly a masterpiece of JavaScript programming. New features include a better address book, POP3 support, forwarding, and a desktop nofier utility. Possiblities for the future include support for HTML email and third-party POP3 accounts.

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Doug Kaye - WebTalk Radio

Tue, 19 Oct 2004 00:00:00 EDT

Here's a twist: IT Conversations host and producer, Doug Kaye, is interviewed by Rob Greenlee for WebTalk Radio. Rob asks Doug about the birth of IT Conversations, web-audio business models, and what multimedia content formats work best. They discuss related topics such as the impact of Podcasting on IT Conversations, traditional broadcast radio and satellite radio, and whether audio streaming will flourish or die. This time it's Doug who has to answer the questions.

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