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NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati on Cinch.fm

Tune into hear a great example of cinch.fm at work as Robert Scoble interviews the Chief Scientist at NASA, Waleed Abdalati at the NASA Tweetup.  Waleed speaks with Robert briefly about NASA’s past and upcoming projects.   As Chief Scientist, Waleed serves as the principle science advisor to NASA and works with the White House, academic institutions and a host of other organizations to make sure NASA is focusing on the most useful scientific advances possible.  You can find the entire interview here on Robert’s webpage.

Daniel Benzali of ‘General Hospital,’ Comedian Tammy Pescatelli, ‘SoutLAnd’ Executive Producer Chris Chulack and More Today on BlogTalkRadio

mark-zuckerberg-5Mark Zuckerberg: The Facebook founder—who told 60 Minutes that the hit flick The Social Network got his wardrobe right but his motivation for creating the behemoth site wrong—sits down with Robert Scoble via Cinch, BlogTalkRadio’s sister platform, to discuss new apps.

tammy-pescatelliTammy Pescatelli:  The comedian—who appeared opposite Penny Marshall in the 2007 romcom Everybody Wants to Be Italian—returns to Somewhere in Vegas to chat with host Marq with a Q about her new TV show and her upcoming Playboy Club gig at the Palms Casino.

eliza-griswoldEliza Griswold: The journalist stops by Sins of Omission host Paulie Ables to chat about her latest book, The Tenth Parallel: Dispatches from the Fault Line Between Christianity and Islam, which Desmond Tutu has called “revolutionary” and filled with “unforgettable stories of Christians and Muslims.

stupidcancershow-3cc Stupid Cancer ShowMelissa Holland, CEO of Orange Freeze Entertainment; Cassandra Cronin, co-founder of the Rich Cronin Hope Foundation; and Kali Mordaunt, regional chair for the I’m Too Young For This! Cancer Foundation join Stupid Cancer Show‘s Matthew Zachary and Lisa Bernhard.

sap-servicesSAP: German tech giant SAP, which makes enterprise software for businesses the world over, returns with SAPServices Radio, as staff experts Mike Myers, Harald Hirsch and Irwin Leow discuss how ‘round the clock customer support can protect your mission-critical process.

jason-krafskyKelly and Jason Krafsky: The Seattle-based couple, who’ve been married 16 years and have 4 kids, stop by Army Wife Talk Radio to rave about their new book, Facebook and Your Marriage, which lays out “how relationships can survive and thrive on the world’s most popular online social network.”

daniel-benzaliDaniel Benzali: The veteran character actor, who has graced such TV series as L.A. Law, Matlock, NYPD Blue and Nip/Tuck, drops in on Buzzworthy Radio host NaVell Lee to discuss joining the cast of General Hospital in the role of a hypochondriac patient named Theo.

Mark Zuckerberg on the Future of Facebook: ‘There should be programmatic interfaces to access anything that a human can’

If Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg wasn’t already master of the universe, he’s hoping to ingrain the world’s largest social network even deeper into 21st century life.

Interviewed in person at Facebook’s Palo Alto, Calif., headquarters by social-media guru Robert Scoble via Cinch—BlogTalkRadio’s sister platform that makes creating and sharing audio dispatches easy—the 26-year-old billionaire spoke candidly about the company’s future.

CAPTION: "If you look five years out," Mark (above) tells us, "every vertical or industry is going to be rethought in a social way."

"If you look five years out," Mark (above) tells us, "every vertical or industry is going to be rethought in a social way."

“Our view of the world is very much that there should be programmatic interfaces to access anything that a human can. Eventually I think we’ll get there, but probably not for a while,” Mark said during the 35-minute chat.

“If yesterday you thought of Facebook as a mobile application that a lot of people are using, what we’re trying to do in the future is build a platform—it’s not a vertical platform, it’s not iPhone, we’re not trying to sell a phone.

“What we’re trying to do is, no matter where you go and what phone platform you’re using—and probably the most important thing: the web, mobile web—we want to make it so that all those experiences can Continue reading

Tyler Perry Interviewed on BlogTalkRadio, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Interviewed on Cinch: Nov. 4, 2010

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Tyler Perry, the writer-director-producer—whose films have grossed $400+ million worldwide, making him the sixth highest-paid man in Hollywood—drops in to talk with Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon about his new flick For Colored Girls, starring Janet Jackson and Whoopi Goldberg.
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Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook founder reveals his world view of the site. “There should be programmatic interfaces to access anything that a human can,” Mark tells Robert Scoble via Cinch, BlogTalkRadio’s sister platform. “Eventually I think we’ll get there, but probably not for a while.”
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Naughty by Nature, Treach, Vin Rock and DJ Kay Gee, who scored 2 No. 1 albums during the ‘90s, stop in to rave about thier new mixtape, Garden State Greats. The Grammy-winning hip-hoppers also chat with NeXplicableP host Princess L about their upcoming tour dates.

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Rob Parker, the ESPNNewYork.com columnist, who also appears regularly on ESPN’s morning show First Take, drops by The War Room to weigh in on the Giants’ World Series win, LeBron James’ Miami Heat debut, and the NFL’s helmet-to-helmet hits issue.

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Chris Tavarez, the Big Momma’s House 2 actor stops into Teen Diaries Radio to talk about his role as Lance in the Disney Channel movie Avalon High, starring Brittany Robertson, which premieres Nov. 12. Chris Tavarez will also fill us in on what he’s looking for in a special lady.
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Plastic surgeon Arthur Perry is back by popular demand with Paula Begoun and her Cosmetics Cop team, this time to enumerate the best cosmetic procedures for your budget. Call in with your questions during the broadcast to receive free Paula’s Choice products.

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Mark Zuckerberg: Why Most Facebook Users Don’t Want Their Carpenters as ‘Friends’

Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has made socializing within your desired circles—rather than having “friends” thrust upon you—easier than ever.

Interviewed by tech blogger Robert Scoble via Cinch—BlogTalkRadio’s sister platform that makes creating and sharing audio dispatches easy—the 26-year-old billionaire chats about the release of three new Facebook features: Download Your Data, Platform Apps Dashboard and Groups.

CAPTION: "It's actually very different when people self-select and create these spaces," Mark (above) says of friend lists. "And that's the social solution we're trying to go for."

"It's actually very different when people self-select and create these spaces," Mark (above) says of friend lists. "And that's the social solution we're trying to go for."

“Download Your Data makes it so you can create and archive ZIP files of all of the stuff you’ve put on Facebook—all of your photos, videos, status updates, wall messages, profile information—so you can do whatever you want with it, and just download it all,” says Mark during the in-depth discussion.

“And that is pretty important because we, philosophically, believe that people own all that information. So they should be able to upload it and take it with them wherever they want.

“The Platform Apps Dashboard makes it so you can see how apps that you’re using are using your information. That should create more transparency around the type of info that apps are requesting and using, and should, hopefully, hold them accountable Continue reading

The Best of BlogTalkRadio's Interviews at BlogWorld Expo

BlogTalkRadio's John Havens interviews Robert Scoble and Roxanne Darling

BlogTalkRadio’s Shaun Daily was the hardest working man in radio last weekend. I’d like to present you with the highlights of our weekend at BlogWorld Expo. We arranged for interviews with some of the best names in the blogging business. Check out our BlogWorld Expo archives:

Enjoy the interview. Hope to catch you next time around!

Images coutesy of Hilary Leewong

The Best of BlogTalkRadio’s Interviews at BlogWorld Expo

BlogTalkRadio's John Havens interviews Robert Scoble and Roxanne Darling

BlogTalkRadio’s Shaun Daily was the hardest working man in radio last weekend. I’d like to present you with the highlights of our weekend at BlogWorld Expo. We arranged for interviews with some of the best names in the blogging business. Check out our BlogWorld Expo archives:

Enjoy the interview. Hope to catch you next time around!

Images coutesy of Hilary Leewong

Cinch Gets Better – Change Feed Name!

The Buzz surrounding Cinch is loud – on blogs, over Twitter, in the world of developers. People love using what Dave Winer calls “The simplest podcast API ever.” And he’s right.

In a post Robert Scoble wrote about Cinch, a commenter wrote, “Okay, so it’s pretty cool, but hasn’t it been done many, many times before?” and Robert answered:

“No, it hasn’t. Not with a phone number, and not by building a feed automatically without requiring a signup/signin.”

It’s true, it’s the simplest way to podcast – ever; on the fly, on the road, at conferences, at geek dinners, in bed, in the line at the coffee shop, outside, inside and uptown. You don’t have to register or set up an account, simply call 646.200.0000, talk and there’s your RSS feed with your recording. No muss, no fuss.

And now you can do it with more privacy than ever. Visit Cinch.BlogTalkRadio.Com and you can change the name of your feed!

This new option will certainly make a lot of people like bwana, TechPedia, Podcasting News, Mark Ghosh, Brad @ Download Squad, Alex, MikePhillips, SolSie, and others even happier.

Robert Scoble recently wrote “I love the new BlogTalkRadio,” And we’re pleased with that. But let’s not forget the original BlogTalkRadio, the live, interactive citizen broadcasting network!

Also, developers need to check out the recent post Kris wrote about PHP5 files presented to jumpstart developers’ access to using Cinch as an API.