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Digital Passages Podcasts -- 03/05/10

Update October 8, 2010: Safari users, If you have porblems listening to any of these tracks, use Firefox or Chrome browsers instead because they work.

I was an early podcaster starting on October 9, 2004. After two years the energy for that activity faded for me. Below are the podcasts I decided to keep after discarding the rest. There are two sections: Interviews and Storytelling.

Interviews

Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Interview Between Gene Weed and Professor Brian Davies, PhD
Today's podcast is an interview between my friend and mentor, Gene Weed and Professor Brian Davies, PhD. Professor Davies teaches at the Mathematical Sciences Institute (MSI) located in Australia.

On Saturday, October 14, 2006, Gene Weed arranged for an interview via the Internet with Professor Brian Davies, the author of a sound restoration program, ClickRepair. The purpose of this interview was to discuss some of the techniques involved in the restoration process of archived music, from such sources such as old 78 RPM vinyl or shellac records.

Duration of this PodCast is 33 minutes and 45 seconds with a size of 17MB. Sampled at 44.1kHz and variable-rate encoded between 64 and 128 kilobits.


Saturday, February 18, 2006
Interview with Gene Weed and authors Cal and Mary Turner
Today's podcast is an interview with Gene Weed, Cal and Mary Turner.

Updated for sound quality August 13, 2006 by Gene Weed.

On Monday afternoon, February 13, 2006, I held this interview with my friend and mentor, Gene Weed, and two of his friends, Cal and Mary Turner. Gene's friends have assembled a book about famous Palm Springs residents including Frank Sinatra and Ginger Rogers among many others.

Duration of this PodCast is 35 minutes and 55 seconds with a size of 32.9MB. Sampled at 44.1kHz and variable-rate encoded between 64 and 128 kilobits.


Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Second Interview with Dr. Pierre Doche, D.M.D., Regarding His Life Philosophy Interwoven with His Dental Practice
Today's podcast is my second interview with Dr. Pierre Doche, D.M.D. We were also joined by his Dental Assistant, Tammy.

We spoke primarily about Dr. Doche's life philosophy and how he imparts his views through his dental practice. We also discussed some other related topics to the current holiday season. Tammy provided some of her own perspectives to round out the dialog between all three of us.

The first interview was published on July 19, 2005. Dr. Doche's office is located below:

Pierre Doche, D.M.D.
Campus Dental
Suite 112
314 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road
San Marcos, CA 92078

(voice) (760) 744-0804
(email) pddmd95@yahoo.com

Duration of this PodCast is 45 minutes and 42 seconds with a size of 24.5 MB. Sampled at 44.1kHz and variable-rate encoded between 64 and 128 kilobits.


Tuesday, July 19, 2005
Interview with Dr. Pierre Doche, D.M.D. on His Dental Practice and Patient Philosophy
Today's Podcast is an interview with Dr. Pierre Doche, D.M.D., Dentist and owner of Campus Dental in San Marcos, California.

Dr. Doche is our family dentist. We spoke about his educational background, insights into providing services to his patients, his patient philosophy, and hobbies. You may reach him at:

Pierre Doche, D.M.D.
Campus Dental
Suite 112
314 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road
San Marcos, CA 92078

(voice) (760) 744-0804
(email) pddmd95@yahoo.com

Duration of this PodCast is 26 minutes and 38 seconds with a size of 13.9 MB. Sampled at 44.1kHz and variable-rate encoded between 64 and 128 kilobits.


Saturday, July 16, 2005
Digitalization From My Cassette Tape of Apollo Moon Landing on the Moon, July 20, 1969
Today's Podcast is the digitalization of a cassette tape I made on July 20, 1969, when I originally captured the TV audio of the Apollo Moon Landing on the Moon. The 36-year old tape is still in pretty good shape, although some parts of the audio are muddled and a few other extraneous sounds were captured during the recording.

The historic Moon Walking segment starts just as Neil Armstrong is heading down the ladder of the LEM, before he stepped on the Moon. It ends about an hour later after the time when President Richard Nixon called the astronauts (Neil and Buzz Aldrin) standing outside the LEM by phone from the Oval Office in the White House.

I remember when Alan Shepard was the first American in space, playing the broadcast on my 8-transistor radio during my fifth grade school class. I remember President John Kennedy's speech about sending men to the Moon and back by the end of 1969. In the middle 1980's I met in-person three astronauts that traveled to the Moon: Gene Cernan; Jim Lovell, and Alan Bean.

To celebrate the 36th Anniversary of that historic event, I point you to my digital art image, Apollo Moon and my Desktop High-Resolution images of the same.

Duration of this PodCast is 1 hour 3 minutes and 53 seconds with a size of 34.4 MB. Sampled at 44.1kHz and variable-rate encoded between 64 and 128 kilobits.


Tuesday, June 14, 2005
Introduction to December 6, 2001 Radio Talk Show
Today's PodCast is very short. It introduces a radio show I was part of and originally broadcast by WBCB 1490 AM, Bucks County, PA on December 6, 2001. Ronnie Allen was the announcer/interviewer for Janie Grant and Gerry Granahan who were his guests that evening.

Below are the segments of that radio show in mp3 format. I have written permission from the radio station and the three people mentioned above to reproduce that show here for my readers

  1. Intro To Janie Grant Segment 8 Minutes 43 seconds at 10 MB
  2. Gerry Granahan Calls Segment 5 Minutes 23 seconds at 6.1 MB
  3. Romeo Segment 3 Minutes 28 seconds at 3.9 MB
  4. Roller Coaster Segment 3 Minutes 33 seconds at 4.7 MB
  5. Oh, Johnny Segment 6 Minutes 20 seconds at 7.3 MB
  6. Don Larson Calls In Segment 2 Minutes 52 seconds at 3.3 MB
  7. Greasy Kid Stuff Segment 5 Minutes 38 seconds at 6.5 MB
  8. Tell Me Mama Segment 6 Minutes 41 seconds at 7.6 MB
  9. Closing Remarks Segment 4 Minutes 48 seconds at 5.5 MB

Duration of this PodCast is 2 minutes and 18 seconds with a size of 541 KB.


Storytelling

Monday, June 13, 2005
Today's PodCast is a short story from my life. It's entitled, "A 1987 Chat with Apple Fellow, Bill Atkinson".

Bill Atkinson is an Apple Fellow, the creator of "QuickDraw" and HyperCard among other things. I met and spoke with him in October 1987 in Chicago, Illinois. This is that story.

Duration of this PodCast is 5 minutes and 34 seconds with a size of 1.27 MB.

Don


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