Brent announces thenear-availability of NNW 2.0 Final (and I can say this much: it's a corker!). Brent does touch on an important aspect of the small business, the need for the whole team to pitch in:
Of course, these happen concurrently, and Sheila and I both are hard at work. (The cat too is working long hours, though at what we’re not entirely sure. The code word is tuna. Pass it on.)
Of course, I tried confirming this with the local operatives. Their measured response allows that the word would appear to have some deeper significance, but did not reveal just what that significance is. John Negroponte, eat your heart out!
But I'm not nervous like the police spokesperson cited in this very odd case where Best Buy refused legal tender, with a man ending up in cuffs and irons while the Secret Service was called in to verify that, yes, a $2 bill is in fact currency.
Insane. I'm not so much nervous about the protection... but should I be about the protectors?
Danny takes up the 'whither podcasting' discussion in a reasoned manner. He hits on some of my hotspots (no good metadata, no good linkage, often middling content). He doesn't hit on my other bit, the lack of scannability, searchability, archivability and referenceablility that we presently lose in an audio medium. Some thoughts on that are percolating, but not in a directed manner. So in the meantime, read Danny....
Besides which, anytime someone namechecks Peel, 'tis usually good.