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Hey, everyone, let's try something new. I've become fascinated by the world of podcasting, so I thought it might be interesting to podcast some of my daily observations, and even some of the interviews that are part of my week....

Hey, everyone, let's try something new. I've become fascinated by the world of podcasting, so I thought it might be interesting to podcast some of my daily observations, and even some of the interviews that are part of my week. The experiment begins with my very first podcast--found here.

Now, the first few podcasts are going to be awfully simple--me and a microphone, as I try to screen out the noise of the switch that sits behind my head in the office. As I get a bit more comfortable with all this, they'll get more adventurous.

Let me know what you think about the podcast as a way to get information from my desk to your head. Let me know what you'd like to hear in future podcasts--right now, I'm especially excited about taking my PocketStudio to conferences and trade shows, to try to get some of our interviews and meetings in front of you.

This particular podcast? A look at two new options for dealing with SPAM. The two products come from two major industry players--the first from IBM and the other from Symantec. I'm all for anything that cuts down on spam--let me know if you want to know more about these products.

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