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Podcasting at Intel

(Crossposted from my internal Intel blog)

Had lunch today with the program manager for figuring out podcasting at Intel. He had heard that I’m a huge blogging and podcasting geek (guilty on all counts), so we chatted about how Intel can take advantage of these new media for communication.

The conversation ranged over a lot of topics, from good podcast production and aggregation software, to how Intel’s culture of fear and paranoia (”Only the paranoid survive”) is a roadblock to joining the new conversation.

I made several suggestions of sites and software to check out, and promised to send links. Rather than do it in an email, I’ll provide the list here, so others can benefit from it, or add to it (post a comment). That’s one reason blogging is so useful – it lets you capture and share knowledge with others. The next time someone searches for “podcasting software” at Intel, hopefully this will be the first post they find.

Essential Reading – The Cluetrain Manifesto

Audio Recording Software – Audacity

Podcast Production Software (not mature yet) – Castblaster, MixCast Live

Podcast Aggregators (”podcatchers”) – iPodder, Doppler, iTunes 4.9, Odeo

I think that covers everything we talked about. Sunil, it was great to meet you, and I look forward to staying in touch. Let me know when you’re ready to come on TinyPodcast! :-)

If you have any suggestions for additions or changes to this list, or something useful related to podcasting, post a comment. Let’s hear from everyone!

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