Re: [podcasters] Adam Curry to Host Podcast Show on Sirius
- On 5/2/05, Russell S. Holliman <treocast@...> wrote:
> Don't get me wrong, I understand that it will attract more people toFor those of us who didn't have the fortitude to listen to that entire
> joining Podshow, and that it's an effort to get more listeners - both
> of which are specific goals for Adam and Ron. I just don't necessarily
> agree with the chosen list of shows to spring onto the unsuspecting
> world. In short, I don't think the first shows (if they are in fact
> what he mentioned in the Strategy Cast) have the broadest appeal.
podcast for the "good parts" (Curry's constant prattle about his MTV
days is like nails on a chalkboard to me), would anyone mind sharing
with the list which shows were named?
- Steve Eley
- I think you are basically right. Satelite radio is a t-rex competing
with the rats after the meteor hit. They are going extinct and they
don't know why. My guess is the switch to a podcast format will speed
up the process of switching to a decentralized network business model.
The difficulty I see on this site, is the large amount of posters who
are committed to a cheeter/Marxist/artist ideology - art for art's
sake and the artist who profits from their art is a "sell-out."
Charles Darwin based his theory of evolution by natural selection on
Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nation's, not Das Capitol, as some of you
The current Darwinian thinking treats art as a kind of peacock's tail,
meaning a display of sexual health. For the reader's go get The Mating
Mind: How sexual choice shaped the evolution of Human Nature, by
Geofrey Miller. For the watcher's, go rent A Beautiful Mind.
Yours in Darwin,
On 5/5/05, Chris Kalaboukis <ck@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jake Ludington" <jake@j...> wrote:
> > If the show points to Reel Reviews and says, "Here's a cool podcast
> > you should check out, listen up" what's the harm to podcasting. The
> > thing that happens is podcasting enters the mainstream consciousness
> > of being something a bunch of geeks are fumbling around with in their
> > basement. Why does it matter how it enters the mainstream
> > I don't think that Podshow or the Sirius show will hurt any of us and
> > even might help us get more listeners from the "halo effect". My
> We'll see. I'm thinking for subscribing to Sirius just to see if any "off
> channel" podcasts are mentioned, or any layperson descriptions are provided
> to help people get "traditional" podcasts. If they don't point to the rest
> of us, theres probably little chance that it's a good thing for the overall
> Podcast community.
> Plus, why would Sirius want to point people to traditional podcasts? That
> would just drive customers off satellite radio to podcasts.
> IMHO, satellite radio is an interim evolution of radio. Podcasting is
> actually a further evolution beyond satellite radio. Beyond podcasting,
> we'll have streaming real-time wirelessly delivered podcasts.
> So in my mind, satellite radio is a step back in the evolution of radio.
> chris future (aka kalaboukis)
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