My first podcast

I’ve jumped on the bandwagon and published my very first podcast. It’s an interview with Stephen Hau, founder and vice president of marketing and development for PatientKeeper, a Boston-based mobile healthcare software vendor. Naturally, we talk about the advancement of mobile technology and applications in healthcare, and future prospects for this market.

Comments, criticisms and suggestions are welcome. I have dabbled in radio over the years, most notably interning, way back in the day, in the newsroom of KMOX-AM in St. Louis, among the nation’s best-known news-talk-sports radio stations. It was a union shop, so I never went on the mighty, 50,000-watt airwaves of KMOX, and that may be evident from this podcast. That’s OK, I’ll work out the bugs in both the technology and my enunciation.

Click here to listen to the podcast on your computer, or right-click to download for playback on an iPod or other portable device.

For you techies out there, I’m using Liberated Syndication as my podcast host, an iRiver iFP-899 for digital audio recording, the freeware version of Audio MP3 Editor 1.2 for editing the recordings and a killer live rendition of “An Cat Dubh” by U2 for inspiration while typing this.