Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Interview with Mr. Jon Udell

Hi everyone! Today's podcast selection is an interview with Jon Udell from March 2005. According to a biosketch that I found on the web, Mr. Udell "is an author, information architect, software developer, and groupware evangelist. He has been an independent consultant, was BYTE Magazine's editor-at-large, executive editor, and Web maven, and long ago developed business information products for Lotus. In June 2002 he joined InfoWorld as lead analyst."

In this interview, IDG's Patricia Smith asks him about both podcasting and screencasting. He talks about how "blogs, RSS, and rich media are intersecting" and how these technologies can be used by storytellers "to tell more informed, complete, and compelling stories."

"With more than 300 publications in 85 countries, read by more than 100 million people each month, IDG [International Data Group] is the world's leading publisher of computer magazines and newspapers including PC World, Computerworld, InfoWorld, CIO, Macworld, ..." []

The original podcast was included in Mr. Udell's blog at:

In the past few days, I have listened to a number of podcasts by Mr. Udell, and I'm sure that I'll be posting more of them in future postings to "Burks' Selections".

As always, the orange title above has a link to the mp3 file with the podcast, and you can subscribe to the RSS feed for "Burks' Selections" using the address on the orange XML icon in the right column on the page.

All the best,



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