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Scott Hanselman's Computer Zen - Hanselman List of Podcasts for .NET Programmers

A comprehensive list of podcasts (mostly .Net specific)
7 Great Podcasts for Web Designers | Webdesigner Depot - Web Design Resources and Tutorials
Pinky Dinky Doo
Games, videos, story podcasts and prntables. Pinky Dinky Doo harnesses the power of television, print, and interactive media to promote reading and imaginative storytelling.
The Best Places To Get Royalty-Free Music & Sound Effects | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day...
Lifehacker - A Master List of Free Online Language Lessons - Language
Open Culture has a comprehensive list of totally free resources for anyone looking to learn a language though audio files. Whether you're brushing up your Yiddish or delving into Dutch, you'll find a free feed here.
Dangerously Irrelevant: Top 20 TED Talks podcasts for busy school administrators
# # Michael Merzenich on re-wiring the brain # Dave Eggers’ wish: Once upon a school # Ray Kurzweil on how technology will transform us # Alan Kay shares a powerful idea about ideas # Howard Rheingold on co
Top 20 TED Talks podcasts for busy school administrators Here are my top 20 TED Talks podcasts for busy principals and superintendents (in no particular order). These are the TED presentations that I think are most likely to interest, educate, and entertain administrators as well as make them think!
TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design. It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from those three worlds.
technology, leadership and the future of schools
Here are my top 20 TED Talks podcasts for busy principals and superintendents (in no particular order). These are the TED presentations that I think are most likely to interest, educate, and entertain administrators as well as make them think! Kevin Kelly on the next 5,000 days of the web...
interesting page...
podcast acelerator
create feeds for speeded up podcasts
make podcasts faster
Listening to Themselves: Podcasting Takes Lessons Beyond the Classroom | Edutopia
Specific examples of how student produced podcasts enhance knowledge and communication skills.
good links to other sites - take a deeper look here
Edutopia article on podcasting
iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » 20 iTunes Feeds for the 2.0 Teacher
Some useful iTunes podcasts for Educators...
28 Sites Producing Podcasts And Screencasts To Help You Grow As A Designer And Developer | Spyre Studios
the memory palace
Much like This American LIfe, but with a historical focus.
Remember to subscribe to this in Zune.
Free Technology for Teachers: 5 Resources for Creating and Hosting Podcasts
recursos de podcast per fer i penjar
Resources reviews
Science Podcast: Free Science Podcasts from Scientific American
60 second science podcasting. Discusses current science issues in just 1 minute. A great conversation starter!
Listen Home
Приложение для прослушивания и поиска подкастов для Android
Huh, where did this come from? Google Labs Android app for finding, downloading and listening to podcasts. Given that 90% of all my music listening is now either through Spotify or podcasts, this is a Good Thing.
Listen Home
15 Podcasts That Will Make You Smarter
How I create and publish podcasts « Moving at the Speed of Creativity
Will Fryer has a nice article on creating a podcast. It has instructions about submitting it to iTunes. Perhaps I can troubleshoot some problems I'm having lately.
I like seeing how other people do their craft.
How I create and publish podcasts
Wes Fryer's list of (nearly) all free software he uses to create podcasts.
iPod Educational Content - 10 Killer Sources
10 great sites for podcast learning
10 Killer Content Sources for Your iPod Learning Mix
you ipod learning mix
Scholar Spot - Free Educational Videos, Ebooks, Podcasts
Free videos from Bob Marley to Albert Einstein on topics from Arts and Archaeology to Quantum Physics and Zoology
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Put This On
Intriguing men's fashion blog - dressing like a grown-up
15 Podcasts That Will Make You Richer | Business Pundit
30+ Podcasts for Web Designers, Developers and Freelancers
Best Entrepreneur Stories - 10 of My Favorite Podcasts |
podcastingforbeginners - home
From the Larry Anderson presentation on podcasting at NECC June 2009
Wiki introducing podcasting
how to podcasting
podcasting wiki for beginners
Shared Sharing Practice - Sharing practice home
Podcasting 1 - What is a podcast?
Resource for tutorials and information about the educational whats, whys and hows of podcasting
Podcasting guide
Resource guide for podcasting
Smithsonian Education - Podcasting with Your Students
Presents podcasting as inquiry-based, learner-centerd education
Tack Sharp
Tack Sharp is a podcast about photography by Dan Benjamin and Duncan Davidson.
Unclutterer » Archive » Replace exercise DVDs with video podcasts
Yoga podcasts.
Resources | Web Directions
Presentations from previous conferences. Slideshows and podcasts from the speakers.
Presentations from past Web Directions and @media conferences
resources on web design and strategy
Exercise: Replace Your Exercise DVDs with Workout Video Podcasts
Well, I have been planning to start a workout plan for years. What better movtivation than to have podcasts of exercise activities I can do anywhere I go.
What Everybody Ought To Know About Podcasting: Part I | The Edublogger
"What Everybody Ought To Know About Podcasting: Part I May 26th 2009 by Sue Waters in Working With Web 2.0 Tools - 56 Comments " Good explanation of podcasts in blogs.
Where to Find Sound Effects
royalty free sound effects for podcasting
DIY: 6 Simple Steps To Start Podcasting | Dumb Little Man
A good explanation of how to create a podcast
Record a multi-participant podcast with GarageBand - The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
Academic Earth's online video lectures let you go to Harvard for free. - By Farhad Manjoo - Slate Magazine
Over the last few months, I've been trying to educate myself on our financial crisis. To that end, I dropped in on a class at Yale that examined real estate finance and the roots of the federal government's involvement in the mortgage industry. "A lot of people have the impression that home prices only go up," my professor, economist Robert Shiller, told us. But this was clearly wrong: Shiller put up a graph showing American home prices during the last 100 years. Over much of the century, the line fluctuates wildly; then, around 2000, it begins an unprecedented, inexplicable spike, even larger than the run-up in prices after World War II.* This was an eye-opener. Anyone who'd seen this graph three or four years ago should have known we were headed for trouble. Who knew school could be this useful? Perhaps Alan Greenspan should have taken this class.
Academic Earth's online video lectures - - By Farhad Manjoo -
It's like Hulu, but for nerds. Many of the professors are great teachers, and, unlike in college, I can go to class on my own time—which ensures that I'm not too sleepy to understand what's going on. Academic Earth achieves something like what Google was trying to pull off with Knol, the messy encyclopedialike project that the search engine launched last year. Both sites let you learn from recognized experts rather than from the anonymous crowds who populate Wikipedia. But Academic Earth bests Knol, because the experts here aren't just throwing up their opinions whenever the mood strikes them. Instead, they're doing their jobs—teaching in actual classrooms, at recognized universities, to real, live, students.
Ian Helliwell_tone generation
The Tone Generation is Ian`s continuing radio series exploring electronic music; a personal selection drawn from his records and cds, looking at different themes and compositions in the era of analogue tape and early synthesizer technology. Within the limitations of his collection and the available time slot, the programmes will hopefully act as an entertaining and enlightening overview of electronic music as it developed in many different areas, and will be of special interest to enthusiasts and students studying the history of analogue electronics, from the formative days up to the 1970s.
The Tone Generation is Ian`s continuing radio series exploring electronic music; looking at different themes or composers in the era of analogue tape and early synthesizer technology.