Solid Option for Portable Podcasting: iRig Mic and iRig Recorder for iOS

iRig iKilp

Sure the Blue Snowball is great. Yeah the Blue Yeti kicks it up a notch. The thing is that neither of those mics are what you’d call “portable”. So if you want to do recording on the go; you’re going with a lot of great to tote around. On the other hand, if you have […]

Catch my crash-course in podcasting at F5 Expo

I got an email from Lindsay yesterday to ask if I wanted to get 15-20 workshop on podcasting at the F5 Expo next month. Hmm, let me think about that for a moment… Hellz yeah! So, it’s all set now, I’m giving a few (2-3) short podcasting workshops on the show floor during the F5 […]

WordPress 2.9 is out and this is solid update to upgrade to now


This afternoon WordPress 2.9 went from Release Candidate to just plain old released and, yeah this is a good one. I’ve been using 2.9 in it’s early beta incarnations for months now and have been quite happy with it. I haven’t noticed a huge improvement in speed or stability, but then again I’m not benchmarking […]

Still time to sign up for my podcasting course on Saturday!

This Saturday I’m teaching my full-day audio/video podcasting course at UBC Robson Square (9-4)—UBC Continuing Studies—and there is still time to sign up and room available for in the class. The first class was a huge test for me. I could have (should have) been a lot better prepared for it. Now, however, I have […]

Two full-day courses at UBC this Oct: Intro to Podcasting & Websites with WordPress

This past June I taught a couple Continuing Education courses at UBC Robson Square and they were so well received that before the end of June they were scheduled again for this fall. Now that you’re settling into fall, how about learning how to podcast (audio or video) or build a website with WordPress (for […]