Jan 9, 2008
In epsiode #22 of the CompuSchmooze podcast, we have two interviews
and spotlight some podsafe music. Download the podcast file here (53.8 mb stereo MP3 file, 00:39:14
length). First, a conversation with Mrinal Desai, one of the
founders of CrossLoop Software, which provides a free software
tool for allowing one computer to take control of a remote computer
to provide tech support, manipulate files, or other activities.
Featured Music: A new item in our podcasts will be a
spotlight on podsafe web-music. In this episode, we offer "To Be,"
by Levi Yatan. For more information or to purchase the LeviYatan
CD, see the links below.
from "Mystic Heart"
(Onward and Upward Inc.)
More On This Album
In the second part of the program, we speak with Brian Conley, head
of the AliveInBaghdad.org
website, which delivers video
documentaries about daily life in Iraq, produced by native Iraqi
video crews. Late last month, Brian learned of the death of one of
AIB's correspondents, Ali Shefiya Al-Moussawi, a 22-year old
reporter killed in an Iraqi security raid one day before his 23rd
birthday. In our interview, Brian talks about Ali's death and
efforts to keep AIB operating with limited resources. Brian Conley
Keywords: compuschmooze, lubetkin, cherry hill, jewish, voice,
crossloop, desai, conley, baghdad, aliveinbaghdad.org