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Podcast #6 - "Do It Tomorrow - An Interview With Mark Forster"
October 22nd
Interview by Jose Quesada (urlwolf)


Podcast #5 - "Getting Things Done - An Interview With David Allen, Parts 1+2"
Produced by Marcus Codling (Mukestar) [JavaJones - voice talent]

Part 1 - September 15th, 2006 - 29 minutes
Part 2 - September 23th, 2006 - 14 minutes

Just finished listening to the David Allen podcast.  Very dynamic and informative.  Great job on the interview, and fantastic editing by mukestar (you too, javajones, for your smooth intro :D).  Credits coming (although not nearly as much as you deserve :-*).

if you arrived here from somewhere else than Digg This

OK digg is popular so it gets special attention. But there are many social bookmarking sites out there, some work differently or are not necessarily for bookmarks but for news. There are many such sites and not everyone uses all of them.  :huh:

So in case you haven't notied the green link at the bottom of the page, here it is again, in blue so you can social bookmark this thread more easily.  :)

On the page you are sent to you must click again to actually submit this page here to your favorite social site. The "socializer" only gives you a bunch of convenient links, it does not submit by itself.

LATEST SHOW: "Do It Tomorrow - An Interview With Mark Forster" - Oct 22, 2006
So Digg it, socialize it, at least spread it:  :Thmbsup:

congratulations to mouser on doing the interview with DA. and many thanks to Mukestar and JavaJones for work on the podcast.

i'm looking forward to hearing part 2 next week.

not to bring anyone down, but after all the work involved on something that seems so much of a amazing thing for us to get, when i visit the digg pages and see 7 diggs i feel depressed... it's ok i'll get over it in the morning, but i just don't get it.. do we not even have 10 people on this forum who think this is worth telling a friend about or rating it as a good thing :(


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