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Doug Taylor and PodcastPeople featured in Toastmasters magazine...

PodcastPeople featured in Toastmasters magazine.

Posted by Doug Taylor, 03/03/2009 03:12 PM

Quote of The Week for Monday 3/2/09

“Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.”

~Sir Winston Churchill

Posted by Doug Taylor, 03/02/2009 12:01 AM

video 01:59 New research suggests students perform better on exams when they study with a podcast.

New research suggests students perform bet...

The University of New York found students who downloaded a podcast lecture averaged a “C” on a test, while students who sat through the actual lecture averaged a “D.” Now that’s progress!

Posted by Doug Taylor, 02/24/2009 02:09 PM

Does The South Beach Diet Work? I Lost 40 lbs in 4 Months!

Posted by Doug Taylor, 02/06/2009 02:54 PM

Podcasting Myths - Finally, someone other than me is speaking out!

In this article Jeff Karnes, head of marketing and products at VoloMedia argues that we quickly need to forget the myth that podcasting is audio only. Kudos Jeff!

Posted by Doug Taylor, 02/05/2009 04:26 PM

Required reading for aspiring Rock Stars and Entrepreneurs.

While doing some new year cleaning I came across this article written by Steve Albini. Having spent the better part of my life in the music / entertainment business I can say without question that Steve’s account is 100% accurate. Entrepreneurs, simply replace the words “record label” with “VC!”

Posted by Doug Taylor, 01/26/2009 07:30 PM

video 02:17 YouTube vs. Your Good Name

YouTube vs. Your Good Name

JJ Hermes and Brock Read from the The Chronicle of Higher Education produced a great video that illustrates how one well-placed viral video can undo millions of dollars worth of PR campaigns. The video sends a clear message to those in the PR world.

Posted by Doug Taylor, 01/26/2009 07:03 PM

How did you arrive at the polling station to cast your vote this past November? I'm fairly certain it wasn't in a wheelbarrow.

Given the constant barrage of doom and gloom dialogue that we’re subjected to on a daily basis, we’d all do well to stop, look around and count our blessings. To live fully in the moment and no where else. I encourage you try to think of nothing at all for 60 seconds.

Posted by Doug Taylor, 01/26/2009 02:32 PM