We’re doing a schedule of weekly innovation podcasts at work, and trying to make them available to all Intel employees at a convenient time. That means a 10:00 PM PST (GMT -8) session for folks in Asia and Russia.
Just got off the session, on the topic of Podcasting 101. It was great. I record the audio of the sessions (I don’t always present, but I happened to be doing so for this one), and make it available as a podcast inside of Intel. If you’re at Intel and reading this, check out the Podcasting 101 page on Intelpedia, and subscribe to my podcasts at signal.intel.com.
Those links won’t work from the internet – only on the Intel network. Since a lot of Intel folks read me here, and TinyScreenfuls might end up being the one place where I blog, I thought I’d include them. For everyone else, I’ll see about getting the podcasts available externally, if you’re interested.
Anyway, I had fun, and the audio quality should be great. I recorded/called in from my home office, using my fancy condenser mic, mixer, and SkypeOut into the phone bridge. I spent all evening playing with the recording configuration, but I’m really happy with the way it turned out. You should see my desk when I’m doing it – laptop and desktop computer, mixer, mic in shock mount on stand, mixer, and Microtrack recorder. I took some pictures – I’ll post them soon. Talk about a geek snug and happy in his cocoon. 😉
Rachel, my wife, and our daughter Emma are out of town for a few days, so I’m a bachelor for a while, and I plan to be a podcasting fool to make up for the fact that it’s been so long since I did one here. I’ll try to get Brian involved, but it might end up being just me bubbling about all the awesome geek stuff going on in my life right now. Stay subscribed!