The NLMA (NeatLittleMacApps) podcast is a tribute to those little nifty Mac apps that are out there. Expect an inspired enhanced podcast that throws screenshots at you, so fast, that you'd think it's a movie ;). Occasionally I'll be interviewing a developer and talk about his take on his software. How he came up with the idea of making it, how he made it and whether he likes milk.
By Frank De Graeve
This informative podcast is required listening for anyone who is weighing the comparative costs and risks of Windows Server System and Linux. Get the experts' perspectives on the critical issues of security, reliability, interoperability and management of evolving systems in this five-part series.
By Microsoft Canada
We're a group uber-geeks with different specialties and backgrounds getting together once a week to talk about what's hot, what's not, what we like and don't like and why. Conversation is frank, candid, and sometimes a little crude. Every week we try to get a UNIX/Linux geek, a Microsoft/Windows geek, and a Apple/Mac geek together to talk about current topics and why their choice of OS is better than the others.
By Nem W Schlecht
The Software Process and Measurement Cast explores the varied world of software process improvement and measurement. The SPaMCAST covers topics that deal the challenges how work is done in information technology organizations as they grow and evolve.
By Thomas M. Cagley Jr
Photoshop artist and educator John Reuter has created this Photoshop podcast geared towards the fine art photographers and teachers who are beginning to embrace Photoshop as part of their personal work and teaching curriculum. Less focused on singular tips or tricks it rather attempts to instill a more comprehensive approach to image making and manipulation that relies on Photoshop as its core. To John, Photoshop is as much a printmaking program as it is a photography program. The emphasis is to encourage the viewers to explore their creative impulses through Photoshop technique and develop a more personal vision. These episodes are generally longer than many Photoshop podcasts but the goal is to provide the equivalent of a classroom experience with a more thorough examination of the topics. To see examples of the images John creates and the workshops he offers in Photoshop at the International Center of Photography, Maine Photographic Workshops, Palm Beach Photographic Centre and Santa Fe Workshops please visit www.johnreuter.com. To post comments on the episodes visit http:/johnreuter.libsyn.com.
By John Reuter