Dan Safkow donates his television, DVD player and assorted radios to Goodwill and relies completely on podcasting and online content for entertainment. Dan’s website can be found at podcastyear.blogger.com.
Slate.com’s Andy Bowers reflects on where podcasting has gone in 2005 and some predictions on where it might head.
According to this article, religion is the fastest growing genre in podcasting.
It looks like Apple has released a podcast server solution for its OSX Server product.
Photo by rbieber
Jake applied the latest update to his PSP last night and asked me what "RSS Channels" were, which gave me the opportunity to walk him through subscribing to podcasts. I have to say, I thought this was a pretty cool thing.
Pictured here is a view of his PSP subscribed to podcast.bieberlabs.com, which come to think of it, needs an update itself sometime.
RIAA Bans Telling Friends About Songs – The Onion – This is pretty funny.
The HUAR command center site is now up and running. HUAR stands for “Humans United Against Robots”. This organization, started by Keith Malley of the Keith and the Girl podcast, “was designed to educate and aware the citizenry of the world the impending attack that computers and robots will put into affect against humans”.
Sony and TiVo support Podcasts – Sony adds support for RSS enclosures to the PSP and TiVo makes podcasts available through its service using feeds from the Yahoo Podcasts directory.