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Hanselminutes Podcast 64 - Interview at Mix with Lynda from

May 11, 2007 Comment on this post [3] Posted in Podcast
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My sixty-fourth podcast is up, recorded on the floor at Mix. Google for "Lynda" and you'll find the legendary Lynda Weinman has had a popular online presence for over 12 years. She created the original Web-Safe Color palette (remember when that mattered?) and now she sells nearly 20,000 training videos online via subscription. Silverlight is likely next. I chat with Lynda after we had lunch with Ray Ozzie and some other bloggers. Lynda created the FlashForward Conference, the largest Flash Conference out there - this year it's in Boston in September. As a geek aside, she also worked on the CGI for Return of the Jedi. I hope you enjoy this episode.

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Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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May 12, 2007 0:27
One of the best interviews you've done Scott. Very interesting and exciting to listen to.

I have been a fan of for the past 4 years and their training and video material is top-notch!

I hope to see more .NET oriented videos from them soon.
May 15, 2007 18:54
Hey Scott,
I enjoy your podcasts though it would sure help if they descriptions. In iTunes seeing "Hanselminutes is a weekly..." repeatedly isn't all that useful.
May 18, 2007 19:33
Hello Scott,

there seems to be a problem with your WMA-Torrent-Feed ( as it ends with show 61, while the MP3-Torrent-Feed ( ends with the correct show number of 64.

It gave me quite a scare when I first realized that uTorrent didn't pick up any new shows. I really feared that you had discontinued hanselminutes.

Keep up the good work. There are a lot of people out there relying on their weekly dosage of hanselminutes. ;)

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