RossCode Weekly #042

posted on 04/06/06 at 01:12:06 am by Joel Ross

RossCode Weekly #042?- 04.05.2006 Once again, I tweaked the sound a little bit. It sounded like the mic was a little hot, so I bumped it down from where it's been. Let me know?if it helps.?Signal to noise: 37 stories in 30 minutes. Still better than a st… more »

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Categories - Are They Even Worth The Effort?

posted on 03/31/06 at 09:29:30 pm by Joel Ross

I don't really use categories like they probably should be used anymore. I started out doing it "right" but then I started blogging with an offline tool, which doesn't allow me to manage my categories, so if I want to use a new category, I have to go out… more »

Categories: Blogging


Podshow versus the World

posted on 03/30/06 at 11:17:10 pm by Joel Ross

There's a little war going on in the podosphere right now, and it's fun to watch. So where did it stem from? Keith and The Girl. Alegedly, they got their hands on a Podshow contract and read it on their podcast. If it's the actual contract, then people s… more »

Categories: Podcasting


RossCode Weekly #041

posted on 03/30/06 at 04:53:00 pm by Joel Ross

RossCode Weekly #041?- 03.30.2006 I've been dabbling with Audacity?a little bit, and I think I was able to filter out a bit of the dungeon ambience this week. Let me know if you hear a difference, and if so, then I'll keep doing it. I may even start dabb… more »

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Cocomment Comment Montoring and b2evolution

posted on 03/26/06 at 11:44:18 pm by Joel Ross

I'm not sure I've even mentioned CoComment before, but I've been trying to play with it a bit lately. It doesn't work very well with Maxthon or (for me) Internet Explorer (it says cookies aren't enabled or not stored properly, and that I'm not logged in… more »

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RossCode Weekly #040

posted on 03/24/06 at 07:11:52 pm by Joel Ross

RossCode Weekly #040?- 03.24.2006 The show didn't turn out as long as I thought it was going to. Keeping up with the stats, I did 43 stories in less than 30 minutes. How's that for signal to noise? Unless, of course, you consider the whole show noise! In… more »

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RCW coming late this week

posted on 03/23/06 at 12:06:10 am by Joel Ross

I know RCW has been sporadic at best lately, but March Madness has been crazy for me this year. I have the show prep done, but I'm not going to have time to record it just yet, so that will have to come tomorrow or Friday. It's going to be a long one - a… more »

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Google Using Yahoo's Media RSS

posted on 03/10/06 at 10:48:58 pm by Joel Ross

When Yahoo first launched MediaRSS, a lot of people screamed that we didn't need yet another format. Yahoo pressed forward, and while they've been using it, I haven't heard about many others using. That changed today. And it's one of thier biggest compet… more »

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RossCode Weekly #039

posted on 03/10/06 at 04:45:08 pm by Joel Ross

RossCode Weekly #039?- 03.08.2006 This week's late, so it's a little longer. One thing I do try to do though, is make sure the signal to noise ratio is high. This week, I wanted to quantify that a bit. I went over 49 stories in 34 minutes. 40 seconds per… more »

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Google CL2 (Calendar)

posted on 03/09/06 at 01:51:39 am by Joel Ross

Mike Arrington is among the first to provide some hard evidence?that Google Calendar is actually real. He's got a whole series of screen shots and claims they are real. With the sheer amount of shots that he has, I tend to believe this is the real deal.… more »

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