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Win an Apple TV from the Web Hosting Show

Win an Apple TV from ME!

As many of you know, I also host a twice a month podcast on and about the web hosting and web development industry called the Web Hosting Show.  This month, in conjunction with Ping! Zine we are giving away an Apple TV to one lucky listener.  All you have to do is subscribe (for free) to Ping! Zine, the best web hosting industry magazine out there today.

Want a chance to win? Just check out the Web Hosting Show’s contest page about the special giveaway.  Even if you do not win the Apple TV, you still get your free subscription to the best web development and web hosting related magazine out there today.  So, it is a win/win situation either way.

Merry Christmas from Firefox Facts

Santa Love the Web Hosting ShowThis year for Christmas, I am doing things a little differently.  Instead of actually getting presents for the thousands of readers we have coming in here daily (or my favorite 5,000 or so that subscribe to the free RSS feed).  I wanted to give you the gift of two of my other projects you may or may not know about.

Mitchelaneous

This is my blog filled with geek candy.  More personal and of the wall in nature, this is my personal spot to rant and rave about any miscellaneous thing that might cross my mind.  From web development help to custom desktop icons – I am sure there is something for everybody to enjoy here.

My Favorite Mitchelaneous Posts of the Year:

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The Web Hosting Show

The Web Hosting Show is my weekly podcast on and about the wacky world of web hosting.  From news, to help and even some shopping tips – I like to help people get the most out of their hosting accounts – while having a little fun along the way.

My Favorite Web Hosting Show Posts of the Year:

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Thanks to one and all for making Firefox Facts one of the most popular Firefox blogs out there in the world today.  Hope you all have a happy holiday, and I promise to keep delivering you the best of the Firefox world day after day.

Air Mozilla Rocks

If you have been looking for a good source of Firefox videocasts, then you should look no further than Air Mozilla. I have to say I have been very impressed with the product and can’t wait to get the free time to watch some more. If you are interested in the “goings on” behind the team that brought you Firefox – give this one a shot.

I wish the Podomatic service they used on the back end of things provided a better interface for the whole thing, but you can’t hate the player – got to hate the game. I wanted to embed a player here in the post but for some reason the Podomatic service kind of sucks.

It doesn’t take away from the great content Air Mozilla is providing. Can’t say I would be disappointed to see them slap them on YouTube instead.

Hosting Podcast Turns Two

Now it isn’t very often that I interject any of my other projects here on Firefox Facts, but I hope this time around can be a small exception. I am very proud of the fact that I have been podcasting for two years now via my Web hosting podcast – the Web Hosting Show.

I just posted my two year anniversary show, and I would love it if you would listen to it and let me know what you think. Think of it like Firefox Facts, but it is about Web hosting and there is a lot more talking and silliness involved.

+ Download and Listen to the Web Hosting Show 2 Year Anniversary – Podcast 97!

Mozilla Podcasts

Here is an interesting story that I found from Mozilla Links. Mozilla + Podcast = Good Stuff.

The Mozilla Digital Memory Bank has announced the launch of a new weekly podcast featuring snippets from the memory bank’s audio content.

Organized a few years ago by the Center for History and New Media, the MDMB “is a permanent, open, peer-produced digital archive of Mozilla history” that “collects and permanently preserves digital texts, images, audio, video, personal narratives, and oral histories related to Mozilla, its products, and its community of developers, testers, and users”.

The first one launched, an interview with Ben Goodger, I have not had the pleasure of listening to yet, but I have a feeling it should be interesting.