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Archive for the 'podcasting' Category

Lamy-Rousseau and Chris Pirillo

by @ Wednesday, May 30th, 2007. Filed under Grumbles, Multimedia, podcasting

library science, past and present Many, many, moons ago The Portable Consultant was involved in the classification of audio-visual materials for a university library. I recall that the classification scheme in favour at the time was a modified Lamy-Rousseau which attempted to bring uniformity to a library’s A/V collections. One of the issues I had […]

R U Sirius, XM?

by @ Thursday, February 22nd, 2007. Filed under Emerging, New Media, New Paradigms, podcasting

It’s not often that The Portable Consultant scoops The Economist… well, not exactly but sort of… Back in July of 2005 I suggested here that Internet options (like podcasting) would compete with satellite radio. I followed this up with a couple of posts… here… and here. Today The Economist commented on the pending merger of […]

Leo Laporte receives “Mitch Miller” award for long term contribution

by @ Wednesday, October 4th, 2006. Filed under netcasting, podcasting, YukYuks

TORONTO – The Portable Consultant last night awarded Leo Laporte, creater of the media conglomerate, with an impromptu award at the “Inside the Net” Taping & Meetup held at Liberty Village’s No Regrets restaurant and lounge. The award was in recognition of Mr. Laporte’s long term contribution to both Old Media and Podcasting Netcasting and for being […]

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