Baby steps into podcasting

So you bought your $80 condenser mic, found a quiet room to record (or maybe built a makeshift sound box using egg cartons for walls) and you’ve got Garage Band or Audacity running in the background. You’re ready to podcast. Now what? Those who’ve tried podcasting before may have realized how different it is from […]

Based On A True Story: My Foray Into Podcasting

In early 2007, I happened to come across a website called This site makes it easy as one, two, three to put together your own podcast, recorded live in front of an audience that if they choose, can interact with you live through chat or by calling in, sort of like AM Talk radio. […]

Podcast For Web Designers/Developers

A few days ago, I caught wind of a new podcast a friend of mine was co-hosting called the SitePoint Podcast. As the name would suggest, the podcast is produced and hosted by some notable members within the SitePoint Community such as Brad Williams, Stephan Segraves, Keven Yanks and Patrick O’ Keefe. The four sometimes […]

Podcasting As Easy As 123 With Talkshoe is an online web service that enables anyone to easily create, join, or listen to Live Interactive Discussions, Conversations, Podcasts and Audioblogs. The service has been around since 2005 and since then, has continued to make it as easy as possible for users to create their own podcasts. Membership to Talkshoe is free. Besides […]

Perfcast Episode 7

  In episode seven of Perfcast, David introduces us to his new website, We get a report of what David learned at WordCamp Toronto. We dive into the b5 Media Rate cuts and discuss its possible impact while also highlighting the article published by ReadWriteWeb pertaining to the what the 20 top tier bloggers […]