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It’s yet another podcast – Relaunch 2016

It’s been awhile since anything has been done with this site…  almost 4 years later there’s some movement afoot.

While recently at Networking Field Day 11 in Santa Clara, CA, Dominik and myself had a frank conversation about potentially trying to jump start this project. We really focused on answering the hot button question, “would we have enough time to make this small adventure successful.” Ultimately it was decided that we’d at least have a go at it and then re-evaluate after six months to see if we were happy with the results or just too overworked to continue.

There are a lot of great technology podcasts on the Internet these days. We’re going to try and cut out a very small niche around general information technology, networking and security. Our target audience will remain the everday system administrator, network engineer or technology manager. We’re going to-do our best to keep a bi-weekly schedule with episodes around 30 minutes in length.

If you have ideas, suggestions, comments or would like to hear yourself on the Internet please feel free to leave a comment below or drop us a line

– Mike

It’s yet another podcast

Winter Blizzard RoadAs the title suggests, it’s yet another podcast. This specific podcast will focus around technology, specifically networking with a sprinkling of security, virtualization and IP telephony among other things. There are quite a few of us behind the idea, some perhaps more passionate than others as is usually the case with anything but we’re all willing to have a go at it.

We’ve had a number of test recordings over the past few weeks. Attempting to get the frogs out of our throats and bring out that crisp soprano voice we all wish we had. Playing around with headsets and Skype and Audacity trying to find the best combination of everything.

I’m happy to admit up front that I sprung for a Blue Yeti microphone in hopes of at least getting my nasally voice to some respectable level. Unfortunately even technology has it’s limitations – sorry.

Let’s see where the journey leads, we hope you’ll join us.
– Michael