Ken Camp, who runs the excellent Realtime VoIP Community site, has come up with what I’m sure will be a real winner of an idea — a monthly group podcast by some of the most knowledgable folks in the industry. Dubbed the VoIP ThinkTank, the concept is sort of a Gillmor Gang for the VoIP business, and I think they will find a big audience for this. Ken has already got participation from some of the most insightful folks in the field, including Andy Abramson, Martin Geddes, Phoneboy, Jeff Pulver, Alec Saunders, and Ted Wallingford. I know I’m going to tune in. Keep your eyes on Realtime VoIP for announcements and the first show.
Speaking of technology podcasts, my all-time favorite is still Daniel Steinberg’s Distributing the Future, though I may be biased from having worked with Daniel for several years at O’Reilly. I also remain very impressed with Dan York and Jonathan Zar’s Bluebox VoIP Security podcast. But what am I missing? Drop me a comment with your favorite technology podcasts, especially any telecom related ones.