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November 03, 2005

Get Real Show: Interview with Eric Rice, Audioblog

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Posted by Stowe Boyd

Chatted yesterday with Eric Rice about the future of Audioblog and video podcasting. Oh, and his new boat.

This Get Real Show is sponsored by GoToMeeting.com.

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