I’m not linking to Dave Winer’s podcast

Why am I not linking to Dave Winer’s podcast where he had Steve Gillmor and Jason Calacanis and Doc Searls on? Cause I heard there might be a lawsuit involved. Heheh.

Well, that’s enough from the front porch of Chico Hot Springs where there’s a cool band playing. I gotta call out to Bridget Cavanaugh too. She keeps showing up at every event I’m at in Montana. I think she’s stalking me. Seriously, she’s in PR here and she gets invited to the coolest stuff (and told us about this party tonight at Chico which is working out pretty well).

Comments

  1. Robert I lost all respect for Jason! Today finding out Engadget went down I sent Jason an IM telling him..Here is his response!!!

    CONVERSATION AUGUST 7th 2006 @ 2:31pm EST!

    David Ciccone: Jason Engadget went down!
    jasoncalacanis: 1.5M pages in an hour
    jasoncalacanis: i think you get that in, what, 3 months?
    David Ciccone: Umm ….No
    jasoncalacanis: loser!
    David Ciccone: Remember dont ever burn your bridges Jason
    jasoncalacanis: you’re an idiot
    jasoncalacanis: always have been
    jasoncalacanis: always will be

  2. Robert I lost all respect for Jason! Today finding out Engadget went down I sent Jason an IM telling him..Here is his response!!!

    CONVERSATION AUGUST 7th 2006 @ 2:31pm EST!

    David Ciccone: Jason Engadget went down!
    jasoncalacanis: 1.5M pages in an hour
    jasoncalacanis: i think you get that in, what, 3 months?
    David Ciccone: Umm ….No
    jasoncalacanis: loser!
    David Ciccone: Remember dont ever burn your bridges Jason
    jasoncalacanis: you’re an idiot
    jasoncalacanis: always have been
    jasoncalacanis: always will be

  3. Wow, nice to stumble onto your blog :) — I know a few of your fellow Montana geeks. Seems like Montana has caputured alot of the people who left the coasts for more affordable, relaxing places. As for me — I left San Diego a few years ago for the mountains of Colorado and haven’t looked back! :)

    Thanks for the view into the tech world of Montana — oppps that sounds like an oxymoron.

  4. Wow, nice to stumble onto your blog :) — I know a few of your fellow Montana geeks. Seems like Montana has caputured alot of the people who left the coasts for more affordable, relaxing places. As for me — I left San Diego a few years ago for the mountains of Colorado and haven’t looked back! :)

    Thanks for the view into the tech world of Montana — oppps that sounds like an oxymoron.

  5. Robert, kindly please stop unlinking. It’s annoying. Your blog holds value for me because you’re a great linker… don’t stop that!

    Thanks :)

  6. Robert, kindly please stop unlinking. It’s annoying. Your blog holds value for me because you’re a great linker… don’t stop that!

    Thanks :)

  7. Might as well not link there, since every podcast starts with about 6 mins of babbling about sponsors godaddy and what not :).

  8. Might as well not link there, since every podcast starts with about 6 mins of babbling about sponsors godaddy and what not :).

  9. I heard that podcast you’re not linking to and I highly recommend it. Dave Winer makes podcasts the podcasts should be made – even though I cringe when I hear him put a speaker phone down next to the recorder and just figure everything will sound okay. (And to Eric, I’ve never heard a blatent sponsor insert on any of Winer’s podcasts).

  10. I heard that podcast you’re not linking to and I highly recommend it. Dave Winer makes podcasts the podcasts should be made – even though I cringe when I hear him put a speaker phone down next to the recorder and just figure everything will sound okay. (And to Eric, I’ve never heard a blatent sponsor insert on any of Winer’s podcasts).

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