Am I the only guy who has a copy of the first Daily Source Code? August 13th 2004. I wonder if my friend Adam Curry is cool with me posting it? Adam?
No Michael, You are not the only one
When Adam told in DSC #650 he had lost the first edition I did send it to him.
Adam used a part of it in DSC #651 (in minute 20:15): http://m.podshow.com/media/21/episodes/75214/dailysourcecode-75214-08-14-2007.mp3
By the way … I like your Blog and can’t wait for the next episodes of the professional podcasting series
I have a copy too. I wasn’t trying to keep it per se but I found my original data directory from the original iPodder Applescript. It has the first eight shows. Once I found that I had them, I figured I might as well keep them.
Fred & Dave. Same with me. I was digging through some back-ups and came a across a disk “Early Podcasts.” I think I kept it because it has the early Daily Source Codes and Evil Genius Chronicles where I submitted audio comments. In listening to them again, there is some gold in there. Fun to hear the enthusiasm and camaraderie.
Here’s an archived copy:
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Michael W. Geoghegan is founder and CEO of GigaVox Media, a production, consulting and technology company focused on audio/video new media.
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