[Noisebridge-discuss] [Fwd: FW: BBC Digital Planet]
leif at synthesize.us
Thu Aug 13 11:50:25 PDT 2009
Mitch's segment was good.
Unfortunately the first thing you'll hear on this podcast is an
(reproduced below), which claim that you can only download it for seven
(7) days from the date of posting.
Absurd! IMHO we shouldn't contribute to this kind of nonsense, but since
we have, I decided to mirror the episode so that people can hear it in
the future. http://pony.noisebridge.net/digitalp_20090811-1032a.mp3
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Rachel McConnell wrote:
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: FW: BBC Digital Planet
> Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2009 14:38:47 +0100
> From: Michelle Martin <michelle.martin at bbc.co.uk>
> To: Rachel McConnell <rachel at xtreme.com>
> CC: Mitchell, Gareth J <g.mitchell at imperial.ac.uk>
> Hi Rachel,
> Just a quick note to let you know that we used the interview with Mitch
> Altman from Noisebridge on the programme this week. You can download the
> show here until next Monday:
> Thanks again for making the time for us!
> All the best,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mitchell, Gareth J [mailto:g.mitchell at imperial.ac.uk]
> Sent: 11 June 2009 02:11
> To: rachel at xtreme.com
> Cc: Michelle Martin
> Subject: BBC Digital Planet
> Dear Rachel,
> Just to introduce myself, I present the BBC Digital Planet programme and
> I work with Michelle Martin, who I know has been in touch with you via
> Finn at the Go Game.
> I have just arrived in San Francisco and it would be great if I could
> pop round and see you whilst I'm here. I gather you're in Mission.
> I'm staying quite nearby so could come on over really easily. How does
> Friday sound? Is there a good / not-so-good time for you?
> It would be great to meet up!
> Best and thanks,
> Gareth Mitchell
> Presenter, Digital Planet, BBC World Service Lecturer, Science
> Communication Imperial College London
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> F: ++44 (207) 594 8763
> M: ++44 (7768) 371911
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