It’s hard to believe it, but Dan, Tom, and I have now been podcasting at Digital Campus for more than half a year. I know this because our 13th episode is up online and since we do one approximately every two weeks, that means it was more than half a year ago that we started. Who knew we could stick with it this long?
In this episode we discuss, among other things, the issues I raised here last week about listservs as the best means of scholarly communication. In addition, we spend some time on the future of “premium content” from organizations such as the New York Times and whether web client software such as gmail and IBM’s now free suite of office software will lead to a significant decline in the fortunes of Microsoft Office.