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LISTen: An LISNews.org Podcast -- Episode #82

This week's episode is short as we are still ironing out technical issues on the farm. Not all systems are working right when it comes to broadband. The episode attempts to serve as a quick round-up.

LISTen: An LISNews.org Podcast -- Episode #81

This episode starts off with a segment-sized edition of Tech for Techies in which the program's western engineer spoke about the new production arrangements. After that an essay is presented as an initial look at alternative ways libraries can help bridge the digital divide. Such is only a start and another essay is expected in the following episode. After that the zeitgeist review over LISNews for the previous week is given. The episode wraps up with a discussion of the new recording arrangements while also explaining how submissions can be made for air. Due to the restrictions present in rural broadband in Ohio's largest rural county, a shift to physical media exchange is required. Such is more explained in the closing although the following contact addresses were given: For physical mail: 2348 Dewey Road, Ashtabula, OH, 44004-9656 For the western engineer: [email protected] For the program presenter: [email protected] Related links: Profile America transcript on the Smithsonian Institution Bloomberg Report on Unemployment Figures Release Friday The Bureau of Labor Statistics Release Bloomberg Reported On Internet Engineering Task Force RFC 976: UUCP Wizzy Digital Courier Offline Mirror Options Relative To Wikipedia Additional Option For Mirroring Wikipedia In Bandwidth-Impaired Settings Where Collaborators Exist Gnash Low-Bandwidth Feed of This Week in Tech LNN Experimental low-bandwidth feed Bashpodder The Cited Terms of Service From the BBC as to Podcasts They Release BBC Podcasting Portal Diggnation NIH on Collaboration With Wikimedia

Hiatus Update For 5 August 2009

While LISTen continues to be on hiatus, an update is offered as to the behind-the-scenes matters in bringing the program back. Creative Commons License

LISTen: An LISNews.org Podcast -- Episode #80

Welcome to the finale for the first series of LISTen: An LISNews.org Podcast. This episode kicks off with a look at the zeitgeist on LISNews over the past week. Profile America makes its final appearance in this series of LISTen. After that there is an interview with Jean-Baptiste Kempf, chairman of the non-profit behind the VideoLAN project. Following that is a chat with Dan Messer about "@alasecrets" and "@alasecrets2009" on Twitter.

LISTen: An LISNews.org Podcast -- Episode #79

In light of news received on July 5th, the planned program order was delayed until July 13th. LISTen #79 is the penultimate episode of LISTen perhaps. This brief episode outlines what is going on and why LISTen may well join Tech for Techies in returning to the Twilight Zone on July 13th. It is anticipated that the grand finale that is planned to be LISTen #80 (unless things change) will include after-action reports about Anime Expo and more.

LISTen: An LISNews.org Podcast -- Episode #78

This week's podcast brings you up to date in covering the Ohio libraries situation.

LISTen: An LISNews.org Podcast -- Episode #77

This week's episode ranges widely. First up we take a first look at Greenstone 2.82. After that we hear from the US Department of Agriculture about a new data set format for their Census of Agriculture. After that we have another installment of Apocalypse Radio that turns to discussing computer training on very specific topics.

LISTen: An LISNews.org Podcast -- Episode #76

This week's episode is longer than our past couple. We feature two interviews this week. The first interview is with independent consultant Karen Coyle. In that chat we discuss the leviathan that is OCLC and breach questions as to OCLC's nature. Following the discussion with Karen Coyle, the next discussion was with Rangeview Library District Director Pam Smith. In this chat the depths of WordThink were further explored and explained.

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