Podcasts


At last, it’s time to introduce my first podcasts in 6 years! Originally, I planned separate posts devoted specifically to random podcasts. But I changed my mind. So sit back, multitask, and enjoy the show!

December 2014

From Feeding the frenzy for TRIRIGA feeds.

Jay@IBM Podcast

Jay@IBM Podcast

Jay@IBM Podcast

  • 00:17 “Hi again! This is Jay@IBM.”
  • 00:31 “So my post: What is TRIRIGAFEEDIA?”
  • 01:09 “Another thing: If I take random technical notes or forum questions…”
  • 02:08 “And then once it’s published, Twitterfeed will automatically create a tweet…”
  • 03:07 “Even for Flipboard, I still have to find the good content and actually flip it…”
  • 04:10 “Now I also mentioned the IBM-based content portal that is being planned…”
  • 05:28 “So now we have these 3 approaches…”
  • 06:08 “Or in the opposite direction, the content portal can say…”
  • 07:05 “So yeah, so till next time, happy holidays…”
  • 07:39 End.

October 2014

From Soaring from Asimov to XCOR Lynx.

Jay@IBM Podcast

Jay@IBM Podcast

Jay@IBM Podcast

  • 00:16 “Hi again! This is Jay@IBM.”
  • 00:57 “One of those streams was triggered by my former AP English teacher.”
  • 01:14 “Actually, it’s called Summer of the Long Knives. It’s an alternate-history story.”
  • 01:57 “Particularly, the assassination attempt of Adolf Hilter by Colonel Stauffenberg.”
  • 02:31 “Because back then, I was really heavily influenced by Isaac Asimov.”
  • 03:13 “Maybe I’ll include this in my next post, especially my anniversary post.”
  • 04:39 “So there was this great presentation by Kevin Spacey.”
  • 05:25 “Last month, I got a Mars One email about a drawing to win a trip to space.”
  • 06:06 “That was the final piece of the puzzle. I could finally put this post together.”
  • 06:24 “Now why am I posting this about a week before the actual anniversary date?”
  • 07:50 “Now what if I actually win this thing?”
  • 08:44 End.

From Bouncing into responsive IBM design.

Jay@IBM Podcast

Jay@IBM Podcast

Jay@IBM Podcast

  • 00:16 “Hi there! This is Jay@IBM. Thanks for dropping by.”
  • 00:48 “One of them that really stood out was the Bluemix Docs website.”
  • 02:51 “There’s no 1-to-1 correspondence which is what I liked.”
  • 03:20 “In fact, thinking back to a recent topic that Mark Baker wrote about.”
  • 04:49 “That’s one of the properties of Mark’s EPPO. Self-containment.”
  • 06:28 “So I didn’t see that social-media element in this Bluemix Docs.”
  • 07:27 “But the second thing I touched upon in my post is Genius.”
  • 08:23 “But you can annotate, add a note, and expand upon it.
  • 09:20 “Knowledge Center might be too late, it might be too far gone to help.”
  • 10:18 “I’m using social documentation versus social annotation.”
  • 10:51 “Let me make a little bit of a reference to the Mobile Push Docs.”
  • 12:05 “So if I had to take these 3 things and create the ideal documentation.”
  • 14:18 “I don’t know how far this would be in the future for IBM.”
  • 15:07 “I hope these ideas made you think or rethink content in general.”
  • 15:59 End.

September 2014

From Casting podcasts into content strategy.

Jay@IBM Podcast

Jay@IBM Podcast

Jay@IBM Podcast

  • 00:25 “My first podcast in about 6 years.”
  • 02:07 “The Twitter age. The Instagram age.”
  • 02:57 “Try something new. Try something old.”
  • 04:01 “Let’s talk about the tech that I’m using.”
  • 05:01 “Now for the recording software. Audacity.”
  • 05:46 “I wanted to use Adobe Audition 3.0.”
  • 07:10 “Adobe posted their retired Adobe CS2.”
  • 08:04 “You can’t have a podcast without intro and outro music.”
  • 09:19 “Now about the post that I wrote. The content strategy.”
  • 09:58 “If everything’s a strategy, then nothing’s a strategy.”
  • 11:11 “DITA is a tool. It’s one tank in the overall strategy.”
  • 12:36 “I like to break things down to components.”
  • 13:14 “I think I can sum it up there.”
  • 14:30 End.

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