Wayne MacPhail

Podcast
Jun 28, 2006

Helen Thomas at the Media Giraffe Project

Needs No Introduction
Veteran White House bureau chief, Helen Thomas, speaks out against the Bush government and the press at the Media Giraffe Conference in Amherst, Mass.
Podcast
Jun 26, 2006

Episode 23 - Gender, Horror and Moose

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Keith worries about war and peace, Our DVDiva is all over horror, Jen Moore casts a gendered eye on the digital divide. Plus, a soundseeing tour of an Algonquin Park trail. And, the music of Harris Ne
Podcast
Apr 19, 2006

Episode 1: Municipal Elections 2.0

Archived
A speed date with six web technologists who introduce cool online tools to make us better, smarter citizens. Recorded in Toronto, April 6, 2006. Check the shownotes for URLs and contact details about
Podcast
Mar 16, 2006

Down on Yonge Street

Rabblevision
A short video of interviews with a few guys living on the street in Toronto.
Podcast
Jan 19, 2006

Episode 7 - The Garageband Edition

Podcast DIY
Wayne reviews the new podcast features in Garageband 3, just out for the Mac. He ends the show with "I Love My Mac" by Toronto musician Daphne Kalfon.
Podcast
Jan 2, 2006

When You're Mobile

Podcast DIY
A rundown of the devices you'll need when you want to take your podcast to the street.
Podcast
Dec 30, 2005

Jane Creba Sidewalk Memorial

Rabblevision
On Boxing Day, 15-year-old Jane Creba was shot during what appears to have been a gang shootout at Dundas and Yonge Streets in Toronto. I shot this video of the sidewalk memorial created to her by Tor
Podcast
Dec 12, 2005

Episode 5 - Mr. Music Please

Podcast DIY
Wayne explains how to make a musical signature for your podcast, and why he hasn't had one so far.
Podcast
Nov 24, 2005

Episode 4 - Messin' With Sound

Podcast DIY
Once you capture sound, you'll want to manipulate it. In this episode, you'll learn about the basic techniques you can use to edit, sweeten, clean up and enhance your audio.
Podcast
Nov 1, 2005

Episode 3 - Nerd Talk About Digital Audio

Podcast DIY
Host Wayne MacPhail explains all about the difference between analog and digital sound recording, sample size, sample rate and compression. See, told you he'd talk nerdy.
Podcast
Oct 22, 2005

Episode 2: All About Microphones

Podcast DIY
Host Wayne MacPhail gives you a quick overview of the types of microphones and devices you can use to record your podcast.
Podcast
Oct 17, 2005

Episode 1: Yes, You Can Make a Podcast

Podcast DIY
Wayne MacPhail, the executive producer of the rabble podcast network, introduces you to the very basics of how to produce a podcast. And yes, you can do it.
Podcast
Oct 14, 2005

Introducing Needs No Introduction

Needs No Introduction
rabble podcast network executive producer Wayne MacPhail introduces the podcast and announces Ralph Nader as our first guest speaker.
Podcast
Jul 6, 2005

Announcement: Good news about rabble radio

rabble radio
We've had great response to the rabble radio pilot. Thanks everyone. We're pleased to announce that on August 15 rabble radio will go live and we'll be bringing you a fresh show every two weeks. Stay
News
Oct 3, 2002

Hurry, You've Got Diploma Therapy

Wayne MacPhail
An alternative course calendar. Sure, a career as a door-to-door proctologist or a small animal repairman looked good in the course calendar. Then reality bit. At <i>rabble,</i> we care about post-s
News
Nov 23, 2001

The Legend of Lomo

Wayne MacPhail
How a Russian camera created a Web phenom and caused the thunk heard 'round the world.
News
Oct 31, 2001

Missing the Medium

Wayne MacPhail
For the most part, Canadian newspapers have squandered this remarkable global resource, choosing instead to mindlessly dump their print product onto the Web as if it were a landfill site. But innovat
News
Oct 25, 2001

This Morning with Osama

Wayne MacPhail
What would an interview between the world's friendliest host and the West's most hated villain look like? This author has an idea.
News
Oct 22, 2001

Content? No Thanks!

Wayne MacPhail
Online publishing turns content producers into eyeball pimps for advertisers. The thin, underfed content itself is pushed out onto the site in spike heels and a red dress in hopes of attracting wolf
News
Oct 12, 2001

E-Book Fad is Fading

Wayne MacPhail
Over twelve months after they hit the market, electronic books still have more to do with novelty than best-selling novels. Even the best-selling e-books move only about a thousand copies. Hardly the
News
Aug 1, 2001

Will Your Next Computer Be Your Last?

Wayne MacPhail
After two decades of chasing the latest machine, technophiles might have what they need and not suffer from envy anymore. That would explain the recent lullin computer sales.
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Notes from a netbook convert

Wayne MacPhail
A few months ago, in this very space, I told you I wasn&#226;e(TM)t totally sold on the idea of &#226;eoecloud computing&#226;e - the notion that we&#226;e(TM)ll all be storing our applications and
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Making a habit of early adoption

Wayne MacPhail
I&#226;e(TM)m sure you have your own stories about fruitless and failed attempts to get coworkers and family members to just try, let alone adopt and embrace new technologies or social media tools. W

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