Although Episode #001 was purely introductory, there are a few things we can include in the show notes section:
- Russ <k5tux at blacksparrowmedia dot com> is podcasting from north central Arkansas.
- Richard <kb5jbv at blacksparrowmedia dot com> is podcasting from northeast Texas.
- We use Skype for IP telephony.
- The podcast was recorded and edited using Audacity.
- The intro and outro music was composed and recorded by Lonesome Dave.
- The podcast will focus on Debian and Ubuntu.
- The show will be released every other Tuesday, starting with October 7, 2008.
- The feed is available at iTunes. Simply search for "ham shack" in the iTunes Store.
That's all for Episode #001. Tune in next time.
Welcome to the first episode of Linux in the HAM Shack. In this episode, we give you a brief introduction to the podcast, explain who we are and what our backgrounds in Linux and Amateur Radio are. And we give a brief overview of what topics weâ€™ll hope to cover in future episodes.
We sincerely hope you enjoy our opening episode and we look forward to hearing from you, the listener, about anything youâ€™d like to say. Weâ€™ll be posting these episodes every two weeks on Tuesday morning. Thereâ€™s a link to the RSS feed on the left hand navigation of our site, and youâ€™ll be able to subscribe to our feed at iTunes, Feedburner and other popular feed management sites.
Anyway, enough rambling. On to the podcast.
73 de Russ and Richard
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Episode #001 of Linux in the HAM Shack has been recorded and edited. We're just about to go live with it. We do hope you'll take the time to download and listen to our introductory podcast. Also, please drop us a line and let us know what you think of what we intend to do and the direction we intend to go. Podcasts are feedback driven and we want to provide as much relevant information to our listeners as possible.
So stay tuned and watch this site for the podcast. We're looking to publish every other Tuesday, starting with October 7, 2008. Feel free to leave us comments on the web site or you may e-mail either of the co-hosts (that's us!) at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for reading.