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Episode 14 - Creeping Towards Viruses
Advent of Computing
Computer viruses today pose a very real threat. However, it turns out that their origins are actually very non-threatening. Today, we are going to look at some of the first viruses. We will see how they developed from technical writing, to pulp sci-fi, to traveling code. I talk about The Scarred Man by Gregory Benford in this episode, you can read the full short story here: If you want to support the show of just show off, you can buy shirts and more here:
Episode 13.5 - Minitel Research Lab Interview, with Julien Mailland and Kevin Driscoll
Advent of Computing
Today I am joined by Julien Mailland and Kevon Driscoll, co-authors of Minitel: Welcome to the Internet and proprietors of the Minitel Research Lab( We talk about their book, how they first started working on Minitel terminals, and the ongoing work to preserve Minitel.
Episode 13 - Minitel, the French Network Connection
Advent of Computing
Today we are dipping back into the deep and complex history of the proto-internet. We are going to be looking at Minitel, a France-Wide-Web that was built in the 1980s as a way to help the country stay relevant in the digital age. Advent of Computing now has merch! If you want to support the show of just show off, you can buy shirts and more here:
152 Trademarking Taco Tuesday
The Feed The Official Libsyn Podcast
Covering: trademarking Taco Tuesday, plagiarism revisited, remote interview tips, design best practices for your artwork in Apple Podcasts, sealing with explicit content, best practices for using copyrighted music, more insight into IAB vs Uniques, and a double whammy of stats, mean and median, user agent and geographic! Audience feedback drives the show. We’d love for you to email us and keep the conversation going! Email or call 412–573–1934. We’d love to hear from you! Quick Episode Summary :07 Intro! 1:35 Audio Rockin’ Libsyn Podcasts: The Advent of Computing 6:34 How to get featured on the show! 8:01 Promo 1: the Inappropriate Traveler 8:31 Rob and Elsie Conversation What happens when someone files for a trademark of Taco Tuesday Amazing job opening in Arizona to work for Kim Komando! Plagarism revisited When having connection issues on Skype, what to do? Best designed practices for Apple Podcasts Do check Apple Podcasts to see if your podcast has updated, just not IMMEDIATELY after publishing 29:35 Promo 2: The Nik Ingersoll Show How do you post a trailer to your podcast feed When the nature of a podcast episode is explicit, do you mark it explicit? Do you want Elsie to create a shownotes tutorial? We got an awesome tweet shout-out! Why is Rob saying “run away, run away!” again? An app that has really awesome shownotes….and that’s it So, copyright music, how much can you get away with? An update on some goings on of the YouTube Libsyn destination 55:02* Where have you been from the Celtfather! Being sceptical of the Netflixes of podcasting Clarifying IAB stats and how they compare to Uniques ****1:06:56*** Promo 3: Are You Still Talking? 1:07:35 Stats, mean, median, geographic and user agents 1:23:39 Apple event re-cap Featured Podcast Promos + Audio PROMO 1: The Innappropriate Traveler PROMO 2: The Nik Ingersoll Show PROMO 3: Were You Still Talking? Audio Rockin’ Libsyn Podcasts: The Advent of Computing Marc the Celtfather Thank you to Nick from MicMe for our awesome intro! Podcasting Articles and Links mentioned by Rob and Elsie Our SpeakPipe Feedback page! Leave us feedback :) Call screener for Kim Komando NPR Acknowledges Plagiarism In 10 Music Stories Public radio station hit with plagiarism allegations Podcast startup Entale secures £2m backing from Daily Mail Podsafe Music Data Suggests Women Making Progress In Closing The Podcast Hosting Gap. Inside Podcasting podcast, check out episode with Martine Powers Where is Libsyn Going? (In Real Life) She Podcasts Conference Content Marketing World HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! We’d love it if you could please share #TheFeed with your twitter followers. Click here to post a tweet! If you dug this episode head on over to Apple Podcasts and kindly leave us a rating, a review and subscribe! Ways to subscribe to The Feed: The Official Libsyn Podcast Click here to subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe via RSS You can also subscribe via Stitcher FEEDBACK + PROMOTION You can ask your questions, make comments and create a segment about podcasting for podcasters! Let your voice be heard. Download the FREE The Feed App for iOS and Android (you can send feedback straight from within the app) Call 412 573 1934 Email Use our SpeakPipe Page!
Episode 12 - Journey to Altair
Advent of Computing
Today we are going to be traveling back to the late 1970s to take a look at the early days of the home computer. And specifically how Microsoft found a foothold at just the right time and place. And for Bill Gates and Paul Allen that would come in the form of BASIC. Along the way we will cover the Altair 8800, vaporware, and how Bill Gates violated Harvard student conduct.
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9 hours, 38 minutes