EXTRA – Boston PDA Users Group Presentation

bpdauag-thumb1This is a recording of my presentation about the Kindle on April 28, 2009 at the Boston PDA Users Group, which meets on the MIT campus at 77 Mass. Ave.  Thanks to Al Willis for the invitation!

UPDATE (5/2/09) – This is the raw, unedited recording of the User’s Group meeting, which I posted mainly for the benefit of those at the meeting who might want to hear it.  The multiple voices at times and the echo-chamber quality of the classroom make it difficult to listen to, as a couple of commenters have noted.  Next time I’ll trim a recording like this more judiciously.

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Comments 5

  1. Al wrote:

    I saw that my iTunes had updated your podcast so I listened to it. I was astounded at what sounded like 5 people all talking at once. During those rude sessions I didn’t get any of it and ended up tuning out until I was back to one voice. I did get some things out of it so it was not a complete waste, but I was still disappointed. Al in Benson, AZ

    Posted 01 May 2009 at 7:59 pm
  2. Anthony C. wrote:

    I think you need to truncate some of that MIT episode. When it becomes a free-for-all, the listener gets quite annoyed.

    Maybe you can cut those parts?

    Posted 02 May 2009 at 5:29 am
  3. Steve Shank wrote:

    Let me give you a big shout-out for posting this extra. Yes it wandered in spots (just like any meeting does), but it was really informative.

    You could trim, but which parts? I vote for the listeners themselves trimming by using their fast forward buttons.

    Posted 02 May 2009 at 2:24 pm
  4. Marie012194 wrote:

    Thanks for posting! I enjoyed listening in on the conversations and found the tech opinions pretty interesting.

    Posted 03 May 2009 at 1:07 pm
  5. Williams wrote:

    i really enjoyed this podcast Len and found it very interesting. I love the fact that you sometimes post extras and occasionally give us listeners two interviews during the same podcast.


    Posted 09 May 2009 at 3:13 pm