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  • The year 2010 flew by the Nashville Tech Feed picks our top stories for the year and then make predictions for 2011. Is the Nashville flood, or the Taylor Swift Moontoast venture or the ssuccessful year for the Nashville Entrepreneur Center the story of 2010? Are Tablets or XBOX Kinect the gadget of 2011 and what do they have to do with the Nashville or the Music Industry? We get our first critical listener letter and it's a doosy. As always we end with "What we're Consuming" sharing what have been reading, games playing or music listening too. We are joined by the top notch panel of Craig Havighurst, Paul Schatzkin and Kate O'Neill.

    Nashville Tech Feed #28 – 2010 Recap, 2011 Predictions & Hate Mail

    The year 2010 flew by the Nashville Tech Feed picks our top stories for the year and then make predictions for 2011. Is the Nashville flood, or the Taylor Swift Moontoast venture or the ssuccessful year for the Nashville Entrepreneur Center the story of 2010? Are Tablets or XBOX Kinect the gadget of 2011 and what do they have to do with the Nashville or the Music Industry? We get our first critical listener letter and it's a doosy. As always we end with "What we're Consuming" sharing what have been reading, games playing or music listening too. We are joined by the top notch panel of Craig Havighurst, Paul Schatzkin and Kate O'Neill.

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  • The 2010 Barcamp Nashville is behind us but that doesn’t me it’s over. In episode 27 we ask “How was attendance?”, “Why is it still called Barcamp?” along with highlighting the people who make Barcamp Nashville successful. So dive in and listen the 2010 Barcamp Nashville recap and the discussion of the future of one of Nashville’s premiere technology events. For full show notes and to listen visit: NashvilleTechFeed.com

    Nashville Tech Feed #27 – 2010 Barcamp Nashville Recap and Our Matt Damon

    The 2010 Barcamp Nashville is behind us but that doesn’t me it’s over. In episode 27 we ask “How was attendance?”, “Why is it still called Barcamp?” along with highlighting the people who make Barcamp Nashville successful. So dive in and listen the 2010 Barcamp Nashville recap and the discussion of the future of one of Nashville’s premiere technology events. For full show notes and to listen visit: NashvilleTechFeed.com

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  • Barcamp Nashville was held October 16, 2010 and in a moment of inspiration I created a little QR code mobile experiment. The project was setup and implemented in an hour was fun all day. The results were a surprising.

    The 2010 Barcamp Nashville QR Code Experiment

    Barcamp Nashville was held October 16, 2010 and in a moment of inspiration I created a little QR code mobile experiment. The project was setup and implemented in an hour was fun all day. The results were a surprising.

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  • In episode 26 we discuss the new trend of co-working spaces. Josh Bowling co-founder of Espaces and Kailey Hussey Director of CoLab join us to discuss. And as always we finish the show with “What We’re Consuming” To listen visit NashvilleTechFeed.com

    Nashville Tech Feed #26 – Coworking Spaces in Nashville

    In episode 26 we discuss the new trend of co-working spaces. Josh Bowling co-founder of Espaces and Kailey Hussey Director of CoLab join us to discuss. And as always we finish the show with “What We’re Consuming” To listen visit NashvilleTechFeed.com

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  • We have another big episode this week featuring Radio Tech and Social Commerce. t. Dan Buckley from Production Director and Request Hour DJ on Nashville’s very own Lightning 100 stops by to discuss radio tech and Live on the Green. Marcus Whitney co-founder and CTO of Moontoast shares what they have going including how Taylor Swift is using their Social Commerce system for her presale. Show notes and listen live at NashvilleTechFeed.com

    Nashville Tech Feed #25 – Radio Tech & Moontoast Social Commerce

    We have another big episode this week featuring Radio Tech and Social Commerce. t. Dan Buckley from Production Director and Request Hour DJ on Nashville’s very own Lightning 100 stops by to discuss radio tech and Live on the Green. Marcus Whitney co-founder and CTO of Moontoast shares what they have going including how Taylor Swift is using their Social Commerce system for her presale. Show notes and listen live at NashvilleTechFeed.com

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  • So what is the state of publishing in the City of Nashville or in general? Can a author go it alone by self publishing and make it? In episode 23 of the Nashville Tech Feed we dive the very topics of ePublishing and self publishing.  Of course with a crew like us we end up deviating to what’s going on in local blogger scene and status of blog aggregators. We even get into a little bit of politics but don’t tell anybody. Show notes and to listen visit: NashvilleTechFeed.com

    Nashville Tech Feed #23 – Self Publishing “A City of Ghosts”

    So what is the state of publishing in the City of Nashville or in general? Can a author go it alone by self publishing and make it? In episode 23 of the Nashville Tech Feed we dive the very topics of ePublishing and self publishing. Of course with a crew like us we end up deviating to what’s going on in local blogger scene and status of blog aggregators. We even get into a little bit of politics but don’t tell anybody. Show notes and to listen visit: NashvilleTechFeed.com

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  • The 90 plus degree temperatures and Apple lines couldn’t keep us from recording a new episode of the Nashville Tech Feed. So of course we are talking about the iPhone 4 launch and the fall out from it. Paul Schatzkin shares his launch day experience and how Apple had screwed up his pre-order, surprise surprise. Just to see if we could do it we try to kill the iPhone 4 antenna by holding it wrong or how they hold it in every commercial we’ve seen on tv. The show wouldn’t be complete without getting a first hand review of the shiny new device.

    Nashville Tech Feed #21 – iPhone 4, Cheeseburgers in an Apple Line and that’s What Steve Said!

    The 90 plus degree temperatures and Apple lines couldn’t keep us from recording a new episode of the Nashville Tech Feed. So of course we are talking about the iPhone 4 launch and the fall out from it. Paul Schatzkin shares his launch day experience and how Apple had screwed up his pre-order, surprise surprise. Just to see if we could do it we try to kill the iPhone 4 antenna by holding it wrong or how they hold it in every commercial we’ve seen on tv. The show wouldn’t be complete without getting a first hand review of the shiny new device.

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  • When Apple shut down Lala.com it left a hole in our little music loving hearts. Since then we’ve been on the hunt for a replacement. In this episode we review Rdio.com and discuss the state of the music services in general. Show notes and to listen at NashvilleTechFeed.com

    Nashville Tech Feed #20 – Is Rdio.com the New Lala? First Reactions

    When Apple shut down Lala.com it left a hole in our little music loving hearts. Since then we’ve been on the hunt for a replacement. In this episode we review Rdio.com and discuss the state of the music services in general. Show notes and to listen at NashvilleTechFeed.com

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