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Monday, April 10, 2006


Snacks 31--David Warlick!

Wow. This S4theB! is one worth waiting for, and though I heartily apologize for the lack of an actual podcast last week I have to admit that the chance to meet Ian Jukes and benefit from his presentations greatly inspired me. Further, I hope that the little movie I did post went some distance towards satisfying your hunger for Snacks!. Let's get right to the heart of the matter, ya'll, and the heart of the matter, dead-center, at the core, is self-described "serial educator" David Warlick. Long a fan of his work and his blog, I emailed David a couple weeks ago and asked if he'd be willing to chat with a fellow educator and podcaster and he graciously agreed. As a top-level keynote speaker and thinker, David is on the road a LOT. He was going to be enjoying a brief respite from his travels at home in North Carolina on April 10 and we made a date to meet over Skype, the free Voice Over IP program so many people are now using for free long-distance calling. I paired that program with a 3rd party program called "HotRecorder" to record our conversation. What resulted is Snacks4theBrain! episode 31, which you may download here, or get it and all 30 earlier episodes via the "Feed" link in the left-hand sidebar. Mid-conversation, we had a nice personal chat about making music and publishing it for sale, referencing both David's books and mine at,, the Alaska Podshow, and the Podsafe Music Network. I was so happy that I was able to teach David Warlick anything: That should go on my resume, methinks!!! But I've not included that conversation for this podcast because our podcast here is all about David's work. He shares his thoughts on self-publishing, on blogging versus podcasting, on science education, and on and social networking in general. I conclude by sharing David Warlick's excellent and succinct Skype profile statement. Enjoy! Music today is two separate songs from the Podsafe Music Network, Guy David's Dance of Electricity (Slow Down mix) and OJO's "Bright Future," which I consider a fitting title for this, episode 31 of Snacks4theBrain! Thanks, ya'll, for listenin'! Links: Connect-Learning MacWorldExpo bio Podcasting Palooza Education Podcast Network Landmark Project
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