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Wednesday, Mar. 21, 2007 at 6:25 am

What’s New on Your iPod?

By Howard Kaplan
March 21st, 2007

ipodSpending a few hours helping the “Mrs.” set up her new iPod Shuffle this weekend made me realize how slack I’ve been at downloading and listening to all my favorite podcasts (Sorry Jaffe).

Here’s what I’m listening to this week:

1) Harvard Business Review Ideacast: Episode 34 (iTunes link)

      Tom Davenport and Jeanne Harris, co-authors of Competing on Analytics: The New Science of Winning explain how more and more leading companies are building their strategies around data-driven insights.

      (Haven’t read their new book, but it’s on the way from Amazon. Anyone who’s read it care to share their thoughts?)

    2) iinnovate (2 Standford grad students’ EXCELLENT podcast): Google CEO Eric Schmidt (iTunes link)

      Schmidt discusses a wide range of topics, including what advice he’d give to newly minted MBA grads, what he’d do if he were no longer with Google, and how he fills his Tuesdays and Thursdays.

    3) Webmasterradio.fm: friend-of-Grok Susan Bratton speaks with David Scott Carlick, Vantage Point Venture Partners (iTunes link)

      I have to admit, the description got me… “Not for the timid, you’ll hear some dirty jokes, some off color humor, and some crazy perspectives.” We like crazy perspectives ;)

    4) GrokDotCom: Melissa Burdon’s truly excellent post (I’m admittedly biased) (iTunes link)

      The ongoing demands of SEO vs. Conversion, in case you missed it .

Got anything worth sharing on your iTunes?

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Comments (2)

  1. Howard,
    You are so kind to blog about DishyMix. Carlick is hilarious in this episode. Who knew he was a waterbed entrepreneur in the ’70s!
    Thanks for the plug.
    I am having a LOT of fun doing this weekly show.
    Best,
    Suz

  2. Good podcasts, drop some knowledge son!

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