Wednesday Sep 24, 2008

LiveMink: The Thirsty Bear Tapes, 2 of 2

If you survived the knockabout discussion in Tuesday's podcast, you'll want to give this second episode a chance. It was recorded during JavaOne this spring at the Sun Open Source Party ("unBOF") in the Thirsty Bear pub in San Francisco. It features Redmonk founder James Governor, Joe Hildebrand of Jabber (acquired by Cisco since the recording), Ross Turk of SourceForge, Silona Bonewald of the League of Technical Voters (among other things) and myself. We discuss all sorts of random stuff in a random way - hope you like it!

[MP3 | Ogg]

Monday Sep 22, 2008

LiveMink: The Thirsty Bear Tapes, 1 of 2

Since today is a travel day for me and I'm unlikely to find a chance to blog, I thought you might be interested to hear this podcast recorded during JavaOne this spring at the Sun Open Source Party in the Thirsty Bear pub in San Francisco. It features a round-table discussion with uber-journalist David Berlind, Redmonk founder James Governor and his colleague Michael Coté and myself in a raucous and opinionated discussion about whatever came to mind. There's another episode coming soon.

[MP3 | Ogg]

Update: Episode 2 now online.

Monday Feb 12, 2007

LiveMink: James Governor, Redmonk

At the Sun Analyst Conference I sat next to James Governor of Redmonk on the coach to dinner. We made the most of the time by discussing Redmonk and the unique, pioneering approach they bring to industry analysis. I apologise for the audio quality, which results from using an iPod audio recorder attachment in a very noisy place, but I think you'll find James interesting and as provocative as ever.

He talks about Redmonk, how it works, where the money comes from and what its future looks like. Watch out for his opinion on the iPhone, and for mentions of Ambient Findability and of "Whuffie" (from Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom). If you're subscribing in iTunes, watch out for the photos too!

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