[Meta: Rather than a single post the size of a small phone book, this week I’ve blogged items separately with links here.]
(Hear the MP3.)
- Mobile Gaming (rated 3.6) recorded by yours truly at a January meeting of SofTECH.
- Mary Meeker at Web2.0 talks about the Internet in China (rated 3.1)
- Gordon Bell at Accelerating Change 2004 on MyLifeBits and the Memex Vision (too late for a valid rating)
- And catching up with a backlog of terrific Tech Nation shows with Moira Gunn:
- Dr. Mark Epstein, a psychiatrist and author who’s evangelizing alternative treatments (rated a whopping 4.0)
- John Barry, who talks about the incredible influenza pandemic of 1918 (rated 3.8)
- Robert Herbold, former COO of Microsoft, on technology education in the U.S. (rated 3.6).
- Dr. Nancy Mize, explains the drug-trial process and fills us in on the concept of “personalized medicine.” (rated 3.6)
- And of course Malcolm Gladwell, author of The Tipping Point, who talks about his new book, Blink (rated 3.6)
- Stewart Copeland replaced. Well, not Stewart himself, but the MP3 and AAC files. We had a nasty encoding problem with this show, so I’ve uploaded a better-sounding file.
- A Creative Commons Dilemma. I’m considering replacing the Creative Commons license we currently use on IT Conversations.
- The Gillmor Gang: Still on Hiatus. No, the show’s not dead. It’s just that there are things going on that I can’t tell you about. Stay tuned! In the meantime, check out some of The Gang’s classics.