Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Roney Smith Podcast Episode # 3

Here are the show notes for the Roney Smith podcast episode # 3.  To receive the podcast within your podcasting software, just use the regular feed address to subscribe.

Episode # 3 was recorded on November 21, 2005

The actual length of the podcast episode is 15:55 versus the 21:08 length of the entire file.

The file size is 3.72 MB (but appears as 3.81 MB within my FTP software somehow).

Opening comments

A.  I have created RSS Feeds for two web services that I use Digg (its RSS feed is actually this link) and Del.icio.us (its RSS feed is actually this link)

B.  More podcasts are currently in development that will cover separate topics.  I am being mindful of the impact that more podcasts will have on my career.

C.  New USB Devices recently discovered

    1. Midi-to-USB port to connect midi instruments, sound modules, and drum machines to your computer
    2. Microphone-to-USB port for vocals in music compositions and podcasts

D.  Tivo account update (links to be located again and provided later)

  1. New Yahoo! web deal
  2. Recent announcement of Tivo's support for Apple Video iPod and Sony PSP and its potential impact on television viewing habits

Music Credits:  Copyright 2000 Seed Of Life Music (BMI).  All songs were written, produced, and performed by Roney Smith from his first CD entitled "Approximation".

Songs not necessarily in the order of appearance:  "Don't Worry", "You Can Fly", and "Timeout! 2000 - Me And My House (Mega Youth Mix)".

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