Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Podcast Listening?

Hello blog readers! I have a question for you: what (if any) podcasts do you listen to for professional development purposes? They can be library specific or not, it doesn't matter. Or really even just for fun.

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5 Comments:

At 10:35 PM, Blogger Greg said...

OK, my list changes frequently as I get bored easily, but at present I'm subscribed to:

Computerworld Tech Cast
Coverville
Filmspotting
Future Tense
Grammar Girl
Legal Lad
Library Geeks
LibVibe
The Mighty Mommy
OPAL Podcast (seems dormant)
Secondcast
Second Life Tips from the Traveling Avatar
SirsiDynix Institute
Vanguard: Plain Talk on Investing
Wikipedia Weekly
Windows Weekly

 
At 12:14 PM, Blogger Chris said...

In random and unalphabetical order -

Podcast 411
Podcast for Teachers
This Week in Tech
Library Geeks
SirsiDynix (depending on the topic)
Talking with Talis
Battlestar Galactica podcast (the best use of the form I've seen to date. And I'm not kidding.)

 
At 12:34 PM, Anonymous david lee king said...

here's what I listen to right now, both professional and personal sorta mixed together:

district Dispatch
Engadget
Engadget HD
etc (my videoblog, to check the feed)
IT Conversations
Mars Hill Bible Church
net@nite
SirsyDynix Institute
Talkcrunch
The Chris Pirillo Show
The Institute Podcast
Web marketing 20
wiredparish.com

Those are in iTunes - others, I just grab manually as needed.

 
At 1:05 PM, Blogger David said...

awesome. thanks y'all.

BSG is best use of any form of technology.

 
At 10:31 AM, Anonymous Tom said...

The only one I listen to that's remotely work-related is Rules for the Revolution.

 

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