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June 28, 2005 [ More archived home pages here ]

The Road To Ubiquity

No, this isn't some lost 1940's Hollywood film staring Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, and, Dorothy Lamour. It's my message of how the Internet continues to offer me a way to influence my global surroundings.

Today, Apple Computer updated their iTunes Music Store by providing Podcast support. This is a big event in the land of computing and the Internet. Validation and vindication of the growing popularity of podcasting is evident when a global enterprise like Apple steps up to the plate to embrace it.

Digital Passages PodCasts is represented in the initial Apple iTunes Music Store listings (see image below). That's the kind of exposure I can really use. Thanks Apple!

Next week on July 6th, I give a presentation at my San Diego Macintosh Users Group (SDMUG). I've been asked to discuss my path from being a programmer/consultant to becoming an emerging digital artist with a minor in podcasting. I'll be part of a trio of SDMUG members presenting before the club. My friends Jeff Rutan and Adam Christianson will also be showing how they took their respective hobbies and evolved them into commercial ventures.

The sessions available from Digital Passages PodCasts have been downloaded over 25,000 times since I started last October 9th and the inclusion of being listed in the iTunes Music Store can only push that exposure to new limits.

This Summer is starting out very strong for me. I look forward to the new opportunities as they are revealed, new friends I make on the path, and, meeting you along the way.


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