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Software Chasms with Martin Casado
> The unending chasm describes a mode in which an infrastructure company must function as both a product company and a consultancy. Your consultancy is necessary to integrate your product into the enterprise, and ensure that your software actually gets used. But it reduces the appealing economics of a pure software company.
marketing  enterprisesoftware  podcasts  sales  strategy 
january 2019 by cote
The Improbable Rise of the Daily News Podcast
Turns out there's money in enclosure tags. Who knew? "In recent weeks, The Daily announced that it was becoming a national radio show. In doing so, it proved that scale can generate millions of dollars in new revenue, as well as (potentially) a hugely valuable spot on the national FM radio dial. That radio slot, in turn, will do wonders not only for The New York Times’ income statement, but also for its standing as a national brand. To put it another way: The Daily’s radio show won’t just make money on its own right, it will sell subscriptions to the newspaper and the website while doing so."
news  podcasts  revenue  podcasting  NYTimes  radio  rss 
march 2018 by cote
How technology is designed to bring out the worst in us
Don’t let the computers control you. Also, Silicon Valley’s obsession with mindfulness.
podcasts  mindfulness  transcripts  techethics 
february 2018 by cote
Cloud Native HR: Talking With Pivotal’s Joe Militello
I discuss how you do HR in a cloud native organization with Pivotal's head of HR, e.g., "[o]ne of the key principles of his approach is to remove complexity—from process to paperwork. Later in the episode, we talk about the leaning up of the annual performance review as an example of removing that complexity: at Pivotal, it’s a totally optional process, which boggles some HR folks’ minds."
cloudnative  podcasts  pivotal  transformation 
march 2016 by cote
The Agility Frontier - Continuous Delivery and Pivotal Cloud Foundry
What’s Pivotal Cloud Foundry have to do with continuous delivery? Fresh off presenting at a recent Jenkins User Conference on that topic, I ask Karun Bakshi to go over his presentation. We discuss how Pivotal Cloud Foundry helps enable continuous delivery and also some of the “deleted scenes” from his talk.
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july 2015 by cote – Podcasting has something like 17% market...
Podcasting has something like 17% market penetrarion - April 30, 2015 at 09:21AM
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april 2015 by cote
What’re the needs and concerns for running a cloud... - April 08, 2015 at 01:27PM
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april 2015 by cote
This week’s episode is up. Check the show notes for all... - April 02, 2015 at 03:18PM
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april 2015 by cote
Check out the second Pivotal podcast I’ve done.... - April 01, 2015 at 10:05AM
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april 2015 by cote
I was delighted to be asked to be a guest on this week’s Speaking In Tech Podcast (see their larger site as well). If you’re not familer with the show, they split it into two halves: topical tech news discussion followed by a guest interview. I sat through the first half on mute resisting the urge to chime in, it was a fun conversation. The second half was an overview of my career in tech with me plowing through my weird travels therein, all the way up to Pivotal. Anyhow, have a listen, and subscribe to the podcast if you like tech podcasts - it’s good stuff each week!
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february 2015 by cote
There’s a lot of people who’d like to make a lot of money off of this, so don’t get all shocked when things go weird. Last week’s podcast has us discussing open source foundations and their role in the vendor landscape. We talk about the ASF, the Linux Foundation, the Cloud Foundry Foundation, and a theoretic Docker foundation. If you’re into all that scenario thinking, it’s good stuff to start thinking about how things might play out based on the structures and cultures people are putting into place around this part of the IT world. See the full shownotes over on
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december 2014 by cote
Last week Alex and I summed up our thoughts on DockerCon EU after the show. As ever, there’s more questions than answers, but you can see me walking through my major Docker, Inc. epiphany: “they never actually stopped being a PaaS company.” See the full show notes for an excellent, as always, summary from Luke Lefler.
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december 2014 by cote
Maybe you can do spreadsheets on your Fire phone - Software Defined Talk #018 - YouTube
The video recording of this week’s Software Defined Talk, right there. If you prefer audio (I do!) check out the official show-notes.
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december 2014 by cote
The New Stack Analysts, Show 22: APIs, Docker and Containers in the Cloud Casino | The New Stack
I seem to recall thinking that I did a pretty piss-poor job of saying anything interesting on this episode, but the other folks had good stuff to say. If you like meta-tech community talk, the discussion about defrag at the end is nifty.
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december 2014 by cote
In one of the recently published podcasts, Alex and I discuss the tech news world. If you want a really surreal write-up of the show, check out the awesome show-notes. This episode is pretty un-representative of the show, but here’s the feed for the podcast if you’re interested in subscribing. And, there’s a video if you prefer that kind of thing.
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november 2014 by cote
To me this almost the image of…a dog running ahead of the fire.
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november 2014 by cote
You can tell an Ingress user because (a.) they all are looking at their phones, and, (b.) they look like people who go to barcamps.
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october 2014 by cote
I go through a mall, and I have no idea why any of the stores in there - except the Apple store - is open. I don’t know who goes in there, why they go in there, how the lights stay on because they must be buying something.
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october 2014 by cote
All the waitresses are nude, but they have telephones for heads!
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october 2014 by cote
I feel like any moment where I’m not getting input is a wasted moment.
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october 2014 by cote
softwaredefinedtalk: In this “bonus” episode, Brandon and I discuss Compuware going private (Thoma Bravo announced they were acquiring them) and the how private equity fits into the full life-cycle of a software company. With Brandon Whichardand Coté. Sponsor: get $200 off when you register for 451’s Hosting and Cloud Transformation Summit (Oct 6th to 8th) when you use the code MC200 at Also, you should sign up for my newsetter at Subscribe to this podcast: Show notes If you like video, see this episodes’ video recording. Excellent coverage from 451’s Dennis Callaghan of the deal, inc. all the numbers and valuation figures you’d want, opening with "After more than a year of speculation and other reported offers, Compuware has agreed to sell itself to private equity (PE) firm Thoma Bravo for $10.92 per share, or $2.5bn. Thoma Bravo gets a valuable asset in mainframe and application performance management (APM) that has already unloaded most of its unwanted baggage. We expect the PE firm to build on its new portfolio company – its first move may be a merger with existing Thoma Bravo property Keynote Systems." A good return for the “activist investor” involved: “Jesse Cohn, the portfolio manager at [Elliott Management Corp. who owned ~9.5% of Compuware] involved with the Compuware investment, said the deal delivered a 30 percent return for his firm.” Further: The Elliot Management folks are busy in tech: BMC, pressure EMC, Novell and has Attachmatte. Also LANdesk, Tripwire, Keynote, Embarcadeo (which has Borland, right?). Dell bought SonicWALL from them. The Plan: “We began with the I.P.O. of Covisint, initiated a robust dividend, divested noncore operations, and aggressively reduced corporate expenses,” Compuware’s chief executive, Bob Paul, said in a statement. “Compuware is now best suited to focus on its core mainframe and APM businesses as a private-equity backed company, where we can continue to serve our customers in a competitive environment with greater flexibility to take a long-term approach.” Check out Compuware’s FY2013 annual report for revenue related to the various BUs: As always, Geoffrey Moore’s book Escape Velocity is a great overview of how companies like Compuware can strategically plan and operate to re-invent themselves.
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september 2014 by cote
Matt Ray gives one of the better explanations of “the VMware cloud” that you’ll hear. softwaredefinedtalk: Coming fresh off of VMworld, Matt and Coté (mostly Matt!) discuss VMware’s cloud stack, vRealize, along with the new OpenStack API-as-Distro they announced. We also discuss some of the new, crowd-sourcing business models in industry analyst land and how they’re trying to plug holes in the analyst model. And, as always: recommendations for the week. With Brandon Whichard, Matt Ray, and Coté. Sponsor: get $200 off when you register for 451’s Hosting and Cloud Transformation Summit (Oct 6th to 8th) when you use the code MC200 at Also, you should sign up for my newsetter at Subscribe to this podcast: Show notes If you like video, see this episodes’ video recording. We were listed in DevOps Weekly, which is a great weekly round-up of stuff in the DevOps world that you should check out. Sorting out the VMware cloud portfolio - I listed a round-up of news in my newsletter last week. 451 Reports on VMworld: a 451 report on VMware’s hybrid cloud scheme, and 451’s VMware networking overview. vRealize portfolio diagram Matt Ray’s VMworld presentation (currently not available, but sounds cool) Lydia’s VMworld day one note, “bi-modal IT,” developers are kinda important, etc. Can’t have nice things in automation VMware OpenStack API thingy VCE "Google Enterprise" is now "Google Work" The rise of the crowd sourced analyst. Wisegate: Closed Community of professionals doing round tables (Exclusive Club) Trust Radius: Yelp for Enterprise Software Peerlyst: Linkedin for Security Professionals Spiceworks community Marketshare and feature breadth as a two by two matrix Recommendations Brandon: hear how a song gets made on the Song Exploder podcast. Matt: Wool series, by Hugh Howey. Coté: Dropbox upgraded to 1 TB of space, so check that out. What I don’t recommend is dragging all your photos over then and having 5 days of uploads queued up.
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september 2014 by cote
underdevpodcast: Summary We discuss thinking beyond human error as Bill starts to summarize the book Behind Human Error. It’s always helpful to look at how the system and process caused the wrong move. Also, thinking about hardware, and some nice feedback from designers. Subscribe to the feed: Your friends @cote and @BillHiggins Hardware, what is it? Coté is confused about how to think about hardware. The IBM “brain chip” Follow-up on “design” Some follow-up from a designer: of course they iterate, dummy! The air hockey meat-mallet (actually called the "OXO Good Grips Meat Pounder") Where Good Ideas Come From and avoiding the Ferrari to Pinto transformation. Design documentary movies: Objectified, Helvetica, and the upcoming Urbanized. Human Error Bill goes over Behind Human Error, causing us to discuss how various pipelines (systems) in product management work in waterfall and non-waterfall mode. How do product managers fit in to a design-heavy pipeline?
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august 2014 by cote
I think this was one of our best episodes. softwaredefinedtalk: With VMworld coming up, and Matt Ray back, we discuss VMware’s cloud portfolio and dive into what it is exactly. Pretty much virtualization plus the ability to manage other clouds and “burst” out to public VMware clusters with cloud management layered on-top. Add a hefty dose of XML and you have a delightful cake that Matt Ray has been enjoying of late. We also discuss private equity investments in technology, including Thoma Bravo in Sailpoint, the European stance towards technology, and our weekly recommendations. Subscribe: With Brandon Whichard, Matt Ray, and Coté. If you like video, see this episodes’ video recording. Show notes: What’s up with the Europe tech scene? They like privacy and, like most of the non-tech world, probably just want the technology to do a job and go away With VMworld coming up next week and VMware renaming vCSH to Air, Coté asks, “so what exactly is the VMware cloud?” Thankfully, since Matt Ray has been wiring it up the Chef, he knows. Spoiler: get out your XML reference book. PE firms buying and investing in companies is a think now-a-days, case in point: Thoma Bravo buying a majority stake in Austin-based Sailpoint. See 451’s assesment of the transaction as well. This also gives Coté a chance for an impromptu assessment of how Attachmate has done with Novell and NetIQ. Check out my last 451 report on SUSE for the revenue numbers and other such momentum. On that topic, what’s the state of identity and access management as a market and technology wise? Brandon gives a good assessment having worked in that field in the past. How’re outfits like Symplified (acquired by EMC/RSA recently) and Okta doing? Also, not so snazzy new cover art for the podcast. You’re welcome! Recommendations Brandon recommends How Will You Measure Your Life. Matt Ray recommends Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town. Coté’s recommendation was cut off due to technical problems. He self-servingly recommended you subscribe to his newsletter.
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august 2014 by cote
underdevpodcast: Summary Bill and Coté discuss trying to explain DevOps, DevOps metrics, and the processes used by designers vs. software developers vs. management consultants vs. wedding planners. We also go over the recently US Digital Services Playbook, which looks pretty cool actually. Subscribe to the feed: Your friends @cote and @BillHiggins DevOps, what is it? Observations from the field - Bill has been on a tour visiting Kickstarter, Etsy, and IBM teams - what are they doing, how is it different, etc.? The US Digital Services Playbook. What is this? What is DevOps? Bill says “I use the term as a tool.” "What is DevOps," from June 2012 "Revisting ‘What is DevOps,’" from June 2014 A recent presentation on DevOps metrics. Also, see Jay Lyman’s take and Jay and I’s guesting on a recent DevOps Café podcast episode. IBM Design, Process Bill now works in the IBM Design Group now. What are “Design” people like? Ideation, post-it notes, user-centric thinking. Three schools of process: software development, design, management consulting. Recommendations Behind Human Error, second edition - how companies learn from errors, why they happen, and how to move on. The Field Guide to Understanding Human Error Moral Mazes - Coté’s favorite field guide for working at a BigCo.
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august 2014 by cote
Listen and subscribe, pal. softwaredefinedtalk: In this episode, Brandon and Coté discuss Russian hackers, password schemes (if you’re not just using 1Password), and ponder the question “so is this finally the end of cloud” given the growth rate decline at AWS and Rackspace switching to “managed cloud.” Subscribe: With Brandon Whichard, Matt Ray, and Coté. If you like video, see this episodes’ video recording. The playback on the video is weird so just click it a lot…really. Show notes: Russians and such with your passwords. Extended tips on passwords; just use 1Password and be done with it. And turn on all two factor authentication possible. Problems with the cloud? Not so fast. But, it’s still confusing figuring out what people use cloud for, e.g., packaged software vs. custom development vs. SaaS vs. what? Amazon’s Scorpion problem, i.e., getting into their customer’s business. If you’ve read The Everything Store, this should not be a surprise. The headline reads: "Rackspace bows out commodity IaaS market in favor of ‘managed cloud’" Sign up for the Coté Memo, Coté’s week-daily email newletter of fun. See the archives for samples. Coté will be speaking on developer relations at the upcoming 451 conference, HCTS on Oct. 6th to 8th. There’s lots of other good stuff there. If you want to register, use the code MC200 to get $200 off registration. In addition to the conference itself, you get a 30 minute 1:1 block with 451 analysts, including Coté. Coté will also be in Chicago (Sep 23rd) and Toronto (Nov 18th) giving my DevOps and cloud talk with TechTarget. It’s gotten good reviews so far as being helpful, and it’s free. Register here if you’re interested.
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august 2014 by cote
The New Stack Analysts: Azure Rising? - YouTube
I was on The New Stack Analyst podcast today along with Nancy Gohring, one of the tech reports who’s work I’ve always enjoyed, and, of course, Alex Williams. We discuss Nancy’s recent piece on Azure cloud seeming to grow faster than Amazon’s cloud, the problem with figuring comparisons like this out, some different scenarios for big cloud vendor success and failure based on where the packaged software market goes, and then DaaS and WaaS. The last is a topic I know less about than I’d like, but that never stops a analyst from talking about a topic…at length. Pretty wide-ranging topics, but all trying to sort through what “IT” is becoming with all this cloud nonsense running around. My connection was slow so I shut down my video. Enjoy milkman meets pie man.
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july 2014 by cote
Summary Finishing projects is hard, starting them is easy. That said, the moment of starting a project is critical, and assembling the team is incredibly impotent. We discuss that staff boot-strapping and the types of people who are good and not good for starting projects. We also discuss microservices and how this emerging style of architecture can help the product and business side out. Subscribe to the feed:, or download the MP3 directly if you prefer. Your friends @cote and @BillHiggins Starting teams: Projects don’t start often, most of them are “old” ones Bill’s “special projects” LinkedIn status. Keeping a list of people you’d want on your team Recruiting the people - the painful part is the extraction process, moving them from their existing work to the new work Finishing stuff is hard, starting is easy While the project may come and go, the people have probably worked together several times before Check out the Apple take, according to “Mr Ive.” Microservices We try to summarize the thinking behind microservices. Other than pointing to existing things - the web - we think of it as “SOA that works this time.” Based on this great write-up from James Lewis and Martin Fowler. Coté’s mindmap on the topic. They seemed to loose track of “speed” in SOA, where-as microservices is very focused on shipping, not perfectly modeling We discuss the “business benefit” of mashups, composite applications, and thus, microservices architecting: enabling experimenting on the side, like all the Evernote apps… pace layering at the architectural layer means you can pace layer at the product management level.
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july 2014 by cote
One of my colleagues, Jay Lyman, and I were on the DevOps Cafe podcast a while back. We talk about DevOps from a mainstream perspective, and a bit about how analyst think about it. The episode was “lost” since our original recording, but is now found and published. There’s also some brief shownotes on their site, and the video of our recording if you prefer that over audio only.
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july 2014 by cote
The New Stack Analysts - YouTube
In the latest The New Stack Podcast, I talk with Alex while he’s on the show floor. We talk about SAP, Microsoft and open source, OSCON, and then talk with Bitnami’s Erica Brescia who has interesting things to say, among other things. about Azure use rising.
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july 2014 by cote
We’re putting all this stuff out there, thinking that we’re having conversations. But actually, we’re creating evidence for somebody else’s drama.
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july 2014 by cote
underdevpodcast: In this episode, we discuss the difficulty of using “data” to justify changing development processes (like from waterfall to Agile), Bill’s recent write-up of doing lean-style development in the BigCo of IBM, and focus on some listener feedback. Subscribe to the feed: Your friends @cote and @BillHiggins Show-notes: Vacations, beaches are nice as covered in the recent SDT episode. David Leigh feedback, and book recommendation: The Principles of Product Development Flow: Second Generation Lean Product Development There is no “data” on the iron age being better than the bronze age. Walking the line between continuous learning and cargo culting. Feedback from David Leigh, Robert Brook, and Bill’s wife. Hypercritical episode on HFTS+ Bill’s Service Edge story and the Paul Querna one Not covered in the podcast, an older talk on using a small team to get something done in Dell, Crowbar. And a write-up of the talk. Much of product management is limiting scope, and forcing The Business to make choices.
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july 2014 by cote
softwaredefinedtalk: With Coté coming back from vacation and Brandon on Vacation, the three of us meander through Rackspace going private rumors and scenarios, Amazon entering cloud sharing, and container management madness among other topics. Subscribe: With Brandon Whichard, Matt Ray, and Coté. If you like video, see this episodes’ video recording. Show Notes: There were rumors that Rackspace was going private. We discuss Rackspaces options in our wild-speculation segment. Beyond “new apps” in public cloud Also, see this recent report on Google Cloud Platform from 451. 10 reasons vCHS is better than AWS. Paul Querna’s story of OnMetal. Keen IO and fully instrumenting your applications for product management insights. Amazon goes into cloud storage with Zocalo. Container Management Madness seems to be upon us; check out all the hubub around the hard to pronounce Kubernetes. No recommendations this week except: avoid Texas beaches. A new SDT is up! To be honest, my babbling in this episode reaches new heights of unhelpfulness, but matt-ray and Brandon make up for that.
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july 2014 by cote
Check out a bunch of Docker talk on this recent The New Stack podcast episode, it’s a good discussion: I particually like the part where we discuss the two value props (what it does for you) of Docker. See the shownotes over at
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june 2014 by cote
In case you haven’t noticed, I have a few new podcasts that have been chugging along nicely. If you like my past work at DrunkAndRetired (OK, it’s not officially “done,” but we sure as shit don’t do much there anymore) you’ll like these two: Under Development - each week Bill Higgins and I talk about the software development, with a lot of “here’s some wisdom from an old guy talk.” We had a nice conversation on what “design” means now-a-days recently, for example. The RSS feed: Software Defined Talk - Brandon Whichard, Matt Ray, and I talk about topical things, pretty much weekly, in the infrastructure side of software that is: not so much consumer stuff, but things developers, sysadmins, and “DevOps” types might care about…and other stuff, as usual. The RSS feed: Both are in iTunes (or soon will be), so you can find them there, listen to them on the web, or subscribe to the RSS feed above. Hopefully you’ll like them, and it’d be nice to hear what you think.
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june 2014 by cote
A good podcast is like being with a group of interesting friends…a group of interesting friends that you don’t have in real life!
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june 2014 by cote
The New Stack Analyts: Show 4 - YouTube
As usual, I was on last week’s The New Stack analyst podcast, Donnie was out, so it’s just me filling the analyst vacuum along with Alex and guest Sravish Sridhar. Check out myself all dancing and hand-waving on topics I didn’t have time to research ahead of time ;) We discussed Apple’s new CloudKit and the changing nature of closed vs. open source in the evolving stack.
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june 2014 by cote
SoundCloud - Hear the world’s sounds
Episode #8 of CCOS is up, Chris and I discuss all sorts of things including shoes and ServiceNow vs. BMC. Plus, we do Home Screen Palmistry of Christ’s phone! Check out the show notes on SoundCloud for more, and here’s the iTunes link to subscribe.
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june 2014 by cote
The New Stack Analysts: Show 3 - YouTube
We recorded The New Stack Analysts: Show 3 today where we talked all about DevOps. I referenced the usual DevOps work and it’s great to hear Donnie’s take on DevOps. You can follow the podcast in Soundcloud - they’re working on an RSS/podcast feed.
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may 2014 by cote
Ep 2: Hacking Business Technology - YouTube
I was on the Hacking Business Technology podcast today, which was great fun. We discussed being an analyst and corporate strategy person, if private cloud is bullshit, what “IT - SaaS = what?” means, and why Rackspace would be shopping itself around (I like Jack Clark’s cloud spend chart on this topic).
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may 2014 by cote
Well, no matter what else happens this week: I’ve got that going for me.
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may 2014 by cote
“They are absolutely our most devoted and fierce fans,” Mr. Plotz said. Gabfest fans often show up for live podcasts, another area of expansion. “They stand in line to get into an auditorium to watch three people talk into a microphone,” said Mr. Bowers, who estimates they have attracted crowds as large as 800 people for the live events.
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may 2014 by cote
Under Development
I have a new podcast up that’s on the ongoing topic of software development, big and small, tools and practices, news and theory, old and new. I’m co-hosting it with Bill Higgins. I’ve talked with Bill Higgins for many years, and occasionally we’ve done a podcast episode together. He was in town a few weeks back, and I thought we should start recording our conversations rather than have them disappear into the ether. The first episode is now up over on the blog for it, along with show notes for the episode. It’ll be weekly when it works out (like, next week won’t work out). There’s the Google Hangouts recording of it too if you prefer that. I hope you enjoy it, and we’d love to hear from you if you do. I’ve learned to not type up my ambitions with a new podcast because it essentially curses me to not do them, so I’ll spare you, and me. I’ll post little pointers here for each episode, of course, just like I do for all the podcasts I fart around on. The DNS crap is going through, but it’ll eventually be at (in the meantime: The podcast feed is here:
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april 2014 by cote
Missing link - IFTTT
http://Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies - Episode 7 Episode 7 of CCOS is up, with the video above, the raw audio to download directly, or you can subscribe to the podcast feed as always.
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april 2014 by cote
Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies - Episode 6 - YouTube
We recorded episode #6 of Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies today. Extensive shownotes and the fancy audio only version will be up later, per usual. In the meantime if you don’t want to enjoy just the video, subscribe the podcast feed to get them auto-magically downloaded, or check out the Soundcloud listing.
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march 2014 by cote
Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies - Episode 4 - YouTube
Senior Dancy and myself are back to talk about life in a too connected world and oblique strategies for coping with the world outside out head. As ever, very soon, there will be a proper podcast. In the meantime, check out the video above, and here’s some show notes: The Facebook culling, by Kim - this is a good metaphor for how I feel like I should be thinking about work Shingy Meetings in real-life vs. plain-text interaction Is Google Docs a dancing bear? Dumb Starbucks and peekinto The fallacy of opportunity cost - “your time is worth $xxx/hour”; not when I’m washing dishes. Or should I really have three toilets in my hotel room?
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february 2014 by cote
Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies - Episode 3 - YouTube
Connected Culture and Oblique Strategies episode is up, in video form. We’re working on the audio only podcast and all that, but you can see the three videos we’ve done so far. Here’s episode 001 and episode 002.
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january 2014 by cote
Connected Culture and Obscure Stuff - YouTube
I’ve spent years puttering around at the “infrastructure layer” in IT: programming, systems management, cloud, all that gunk. From what I can tell much of the growth in IT is being driven by companies wanting to engage in “social” more. What is “social,” though? Indeed, that’s one of the things this podcast will try to figure out (hopefully with as much delightful rat-holing as Horace). Also, we’ll discuss my need for slippers that masquerade as socks so I can get them past my wife’s 2nd floor blockade. Mostly though, it’s a McGuffin for getting to talk with Chris more. On that note, here’s the video we recorded earlier. A podcast format with all the bells and whistles will follow. We just having a working title now: Connected Culture and Obscure Stuff, which is much better than our original working title.
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january 2014 by cote
Food Fight Show - OpenStack - YouTube
The very full gang on this episode (there’s also just audio if you want to skip the video, and the podcast feed which I recommend) gives a good, very current overview of not only the OpenStack project/platform, but also the community and, in a round about way, the goals. Listening to it, it reminded me of the Slackware days of Linux when there was endless Heathkit fun to be had. Of course, there’s several “fully assembled” OpenStack distros to be had now for those who don’t want to solder.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  OpenStack  podcasts  reviews  cloud  open  source  tumblr:video  video 
september 2013 by cote
Who’s gonna pay for this stuff? - On The Media
This week, an encore of our special hour on the incredible volume of media available to consumers, and the incredible difficulty of making money for creators. I listened to it twice, really.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  podcasts  free  online  advertising  businessmodels  OnTheMedia  paywall  link  tumblr:link 
september 2013 by cote
Untitled Podcast Downloads since circa 2006. This actually includes all my “personal” podcasts, but most of them are ones. The new Back of the Envelope ones are doing nicely too.
numbers  podcasts  DrunkAndRetired  ifttt  tumblr  tumblr:photo  photo 
april 2012 by cote
ITSM Weekly The Podcast (Week 4) - Blog - ServiceSphere
Finishing up catching up on ITSM Weekly The Podcast, now down to two episodes I ain't hear, episode 3 and 4 -
ITSM  podcasts  itmanagement  itmanagementguys 
april 2010 by cote
Podcast: Would You Bing For Free News? - Planet Money Blog : NPR
I find this whole thing fascinating and thrilling because it's a straight-forward experiment about .com meets brick-n-morter business models. I so want them to do it to see if it actually "works." In this case, there are two "works": Bing gets more page views and revenue, News Corp. gets more revenue.
podcasts  PlanetMoney  Bing  NewsCorp  Google  pageviews  news  IP 
january 2010 by cote
Apple’s iTunes is Mrs. Amel
iTunes stops downloading podcasts if you don't listen to them frequently enough, and that's just stupid.
podcasts  rants  itunes 
december 2009 by cote
kut : Item | Telegraph to Telephone to Television to Telling it All
Good segment talking about The Kids, The Grownups, and being always on.
podcasts  digitalnative  thekids  alwayson  KUT  books 
december 2009 by cote
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