Wed, 12 May, 2010
So Lullabot has these awesome podcasts that they do with various awesome people in the world of Drupal development. When I was at DrupalCon San Francisco last month, I was interviewed about my accessibility presentation and my work at Drexel for one. Here it is:
Some other really cool podcast interviews from DCSF that I highly recommend:
- Everett Zufelt on Accessibility in Drupal
- Jenn Simmons on Usability, CSS3, and Getting Bartik into D7
- Dries Buytaert on the State of Drupal 2010
- And my personal favorite, Jack Aponte on Diversity, Power and Privilege in Open Source Communities
Tue, 9 Jun, 2009
In July 2006, I was fortunate enough to be asked to podcast several sessions at a conference I was attending. It was just three years ago, but podcasting was still something so new and exciting in many fields of technology that it was considerably on the bleeding edge. Today, the techniques and tools we used then would be considered rudimentary and unnecessarily old-school.
Now the sleeker tools are available to more and more people. And what do we have? More than 100,000 podcasts are hosted on iTunes, and countless numbers more than that are hosted all across the web. With quick and easy publishing tools, it's easy to create content and even easier to distribute it. Before you know it, you can have a ton of subscribers (almost as many as you have followers on Twitter).