PodTech videos work great on iPhone

PodTech’s videos work great on the iPhone. You just need to download the iPod versions of the videos. Here’s a few vids you should watch:

Here’s the final seconds before they let Patrick into the store. iPhone/iPod version.

A new programming language for teaching people how to program. iPhone/iPod version.

Matt Kelly gets a tour of the GM Heritage Center talking about Corvettes. Matt has a cool job, gets to see all the coolest car stuff. iPhone/iPod version.

Loren Feldman talks Presidential Politics about Michael Bloomberg’s chances. I love Loren, gets right to the point. iPhone/iPod version.

Geeky:

A very interesting conversation with the founder/Chief Scientist of VMWare (he teaches computer science at Stanford University). iPhone/iPod version.

Anyway, there’s a ton of other great video over on PodTech.net with a variety of different shows from environmental shows, to lots of shows about new technology.

Every day I put a new video up on ScobleShow, too. For those of you who are new here, I interview geeks and tech executives. Since starting my show I’ve interviewed more than 200 interesting people about where the tech industry is headed. You can put download and watch all those on your iPhone.

7 thoughts on “PodTech videos work great on iPhone

  1. is that lauren feldman thing for real? if so, I don’t think I’ll ever be visiting this blog again.

  2. is that lauren feldman thing for real? if so, I don’t think I’ll ever be visiting this blog again.

  3. http://m.youtube.com/warning

    “Information: YouTube Mobile is a data intensive application. We highly recommend that you upgrade to an unlimited data plan with your mobile service provider to avoid additional charges.”

    Do you warn people in the same way before they inadvertently clean out the old savings account?

  4. http://m.youtube.com/warning

    “Information: YouTube Mobile is a data intensive application. We highly recommend that you upgrade to an unlimited data plan with your mobile service provider to avoid additional charges.”

    Do you warn people in the same way before they inadvertently clean out the old savings account?

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