mp3 of Bill Clinton’s Speech in Asheville

Bill Clinton gave a stump speech here in Asheville last night at Asheville High (here’s a pic from after the speech):

Scrutiny Hooligans » Clinton wows ‘em @ Asheville High: “Love him or hate him, President Clinton knows how to deliver a speech. He’s a master at working a crowd even if he’s ultimately preaching to his own choir (reports have come in that several Obama supporters were denied entrance into the venue).”

Here’s the mp3 and head over to ScrutinyHooligans for the audio stream (runs about an hour).

I Love Project Gutenberg

I’ve been looking for a real world copy of this for a while… and it’s been a free ebook all along:

Myths of Babylonia and Assyria by Donald A. MacKenzie – Project Gutenberg

I’m so jealous of the tools and resources that young people have at their disposal today. Makes me weak-kneed to think of the incredible amount of information my 5 month old daughter will be able to access throughout her life.

Let’s keep the web clean for the next generation.

Doing My Thing

I co-hosted AffiliateThing on this week with Shawn Collins (Lisa was sick).

We had a great time and I’m proud to be a member of the “6 Timers Club” on the show (take that, Kurkal).

Affiliate Thing Podcast – March 26, 2008 | Affiliate Marketing Blog by Shawn Collins: “The March 26, 2008 episode of Affiliate Thing features guest co-host Sam Harrelson, since Lisa Picarille was under the weather.

Sam and Shawn were joined by Will Martin-Gill, senior manager of Internet marketing for eBay, to discuss eBay migrating their affiliate program from Commission Junction to in-house.

Also, they cover a new CAN-SPAM ruling, death of Facebook, Sam’s reality show of building an affiliate site, and affiliate link disclosure.”

Here’s the mp3 for your listening pleasure (or you can head here for the stream to listen).

“10 Minutes With” Podcast Series

Over on, I’m doing a new series of podcasts called “10 Minutes With” where I have a conversation with someone from the online tech or marketing world about a particular topic for 10 minutes.

Today, I chatted with Ted Murphy of Izea (formerly PayPerPost) about disclosure. It’s a quick, but valuable and interesting, listen.

Head over to GeekCast for the streaming audio:

10 Minutes with Ted Murphy: Disclosure : ”
As part of the ‘10 Minutes With’ series here on, I recently chatted with Izea’s Ted Murphy.”

And here’s the mp3 for download.

Burning Vanity Bra’s

Lisa Picarille has started something really amazing.

She’s getting more women in the affiliate marketing space to realize that they can leave the makeup and fancy hair at the door and just hit record. We all care more about the actual content.

More on Affiliate Videoblogging » RevenueToday: “Since many people contacted me about yesterday’s post on women affiliates and videoblogging, I thought I would make a short video response.”

Here’s Stephanie Agresta‘s response:

And here’s Missy Ward‘s response.

Great job getting the video conversation going, Lisa. This needed to be said.

How To Track Twitter Conversations

Keeping track of Twitter conversations can be a pain since the platform doesn’t lend itself to keeping track of threaded comments. Users have developed the “@” form of replying, but unless you are constantly observing your Twitter stream and following everyone, you’re going to miss out on comments.

So, here are two great ways to keep up with Twitter conversations involving yourself (or others you may be interested in). If you combine these with your feed reader, it’s incredibly powerful.

First, is Quotably:

Sam Harrelson’s twitter conversations –

Then, there’s a Yahoo Pipes app that I first heard about from @DougH via Twitter:

Pipes: Twitter Reply Sniffer with Dates

Give them a try if you want to stay on top of your Twitter presence (or someone else’s).