Adam Curry on the Future of Podcasting – Episode – 3037 — 7 Comments

  1. Great episode! I am newbie in podcasting 2.0, but I am in it for the long run, as a podcaster since 2006. Interesting to hear that you could hook up video live-streaming with the value for value model. I am glad to hear your book recommendations, The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged.

    Best Premises,

    Martin Lindeskog

  2. Thanks Adam for the various shout-outs! Such an insane time to be involved in Podcasting 2.0

    A couple resources mentioned that I can link you to:

    The first liveItem podcast on a value-tag was Bowl After Bowl #137 Bowls With Buds with Dave Jones:

    The first album recorded and released exclusively to the V4V Streaming Satoshis model, “Stay Awhile” by Able and the Wolf:

    Thanks Jack for everything you’ve done for podcasting and self-reliance over the years. Go Podcasting!

  3. I do not have a 2h 15m block of time to listen to the whole episode and it is a pain ita to try to find where I left off, but I can listen to 15 minutes at a time, this is how I do it:

    Episode #3037
    15 minute interval start times:
    #1 00h 00m 00s
    #2 00h 15m 06s
    #3 00h 30m 24s
    #4 00h 45m 31s
    #5 00h 59m 59s
    #6 01h 15m 11s
    #7 01h 29m 12s
    #8 01h 44m 03s
    #9 02h 00m 03s

    To automatically apply to #3037 load mp3 file into Audacity (free download).
    Copy the following (below) into a separate txt file and use “edit/labels/edit labels/import.
    Create folder “#3037 Adam Curry on podcasting”
    File/export/multiple labels into that folder (Ctrl-Shift-L)
    Upload to mp3 player
    txt file:
    0.000000 906.837000 #3037-1
    906.837000 1824.652000 #3037-2
    1824.652000 2731.021000 #3037-3
    2731.021000 3599.347298 #3037-4
    3599.347298 4511.758000 #3037-5
    4511.758000 5352.086000 #3037-6
    5352.086000 6293.517000 #3037-7
    6293.517000 7203.631000 #3037-8
    7203.631000 8222.730600 #3037-9

  4. Okay, the part I was looking for but didn’t find was Adam saying to get a POS laptop, install Ubuntu Linux on it and go to and set that up on the computer.