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I have not been posting for a while, I have been working on releasing a new podcast. The details are still hush-hush, but I can tell you it is going to be cool. I hope to be able to post more often, and maybe get some podcast topics from you guys.

I have been playing with some social things, you can see them in the sidebar. Twitter, Jaiku, Pownce and Tumblr. Feel free to follow me on any of these, if you need an invite, let me know, I will hook you up if I can. I know I have a ton of Pownce invites.

I am excited to getting back to posting and hope you will be exited to read the stuff I post. I plan on doing some computer talk and various other topics, but as always I will use ideas that are provided to me by the readers.

That is all for now, hope you check back soon.


nostyle said…
hey wardy,

i'd love a jaiku invite if you've got any left.

Would be interesting to hear you reviewing Jaiku/Pownce/Twitter/Tumblr in a tech cast. Do they all have different strengths and weaknesses. Is there one that is head and shoulders above the rest.

garyshambles (at)
Wardy said…
Sorry, no Jaiku... Do have some Pownce tho. Let me know if you want one.
nostyle said…
no worries. thanks anyway

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