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FGI Podcast 3 – Sunlight Foundation, LOCKSS, Bats & Broadband

FGI Podcast #3 is now available. Our 45 minute show included the following segments:

Sunlight Foundation Interview
Sunlight Foundation
Open House Project

Scott Matheson’s LOCKSS presentation
Spring 2007 Depository Library Council Proceedings
Scott’s LOCKSS Slides

Podcast Sampler
Ohio Outdoor Notebook Radio SpotsOhio’s Little Brown Bats (July 12, 2007)

Music
Outro – Broadband Connection downloaded from the Internet Archive’s Open Source Audio collection and created by Sinister Dexter. Used under Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike.

Our theme music and bumpers came from Set Me Free by DJ Topshelf and downloaded from Podsafe Audio.

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– Make a comment on the show blog at http://freegovinfo.info/blog/154
– Send a text comment to admin AT freegovinfo DOT info
– Record an audio comment up to 5MB and e-mail it to danielcornwall AT gmail DOT com.

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