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Sunday, 05 November 2006


Thanks Troy! I see that your interest in innovation offers some great tips, techniques and interviews...sounds like we could use a Carnival of Innovation, eh?

Dee! This is an awesome list of questions. I wish I had seen it sooner.

Hey there Jenn!

Good to hear from you again and thanks for the resource--I'll definitely check out Dr. Maurer's book...

Glad you found my questions useful! I'm all about leveling the playing field :)

Here's what I did/used to record these tips:

1. I used Cubase (a higher end application) for recording. There's free apps such as Audacity

2. I exported as Wav file and uploaded to AudioAcrobat where it was automatically converted to an MP3...AudioAcrobat gives you other options such as recording from your computer or telephone. Check them out at

3. I added the code to the blog post and voila!

Stay tuned. This week I plan on another post (or two)on keeping the Blogher connections alive...

great questions!

Might I recommend a book also,
"One Small Step Can Change Your Life" by Dr. Philip Maurer. He has based his methods on studying success and Japanese Kaizen approach to manufacturing.

and How are you doing your audio?
--Jenn (from Blogher)

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