Christian aka @Documentally specialises in creative technology and sharing stories with networked devices.
He says: “I travel light and work fast. Using mobile devices I document my surroundings capturing stories and interactions in real-time.”
When not working in his shed, Christian travels the world talking, teaching and documenting.
Website – audioboom.com
Podcast – The Alan Watts Podcast
Twitter Feed – @sizemore
Book – A Guide For The Perplexed By EF Schumacher
Gadget – A Knife from Jack Lore Knifemaker
Kevin Leach is a former BBC News Studio Manager who now runs In:Quality Media which supplies a product iPDTL to radio stations to allow them to get contributions from people outside of the radio studio in good quality.
Running Time: 25 minutes.
The former Customs Officer of Desert Island Geek joins us.
- Website – IMDB.com
- Podcast – Pocket Chinese
- Twitter Feed – @karenjeynes
- Book – The Great and Secret Show – Clive Barker
- Gadget – Gerber Dime
Running Time: 31 minutes.
Neville is an accredited business communicator, blogger and podcaster, one of the leading European early adopters and influencers in social media communication. For more than 25 years he has been a passionate advocate for new and emerging technology tools and channels and how people can use them to improve organization effectiveness.
Neville blogs at NevilleHobson.com with commentary and opinion on business, communication and technology, and co-presents “For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report”, a twice-weekly business podcast at the intersection of online communication, business and technology, which he began with Shel Holtz in January 2005.
Ewan is a kilt-wearing, uber-geek podcaster, and producer and host of the TPN Rock show from The Podcast Network. You can generally find Ewan at almost every important, global, geek gathering, wherever it may be in the world – kilt included!
Discover the five items Ewan could not live without as he spends a little time on our deserted island.
Natali is a technology journalist and the host and editor of TeXtra, a technology news video show about the latest in technology news that affects the everyday consumer.
She also writes for AppScout and PC Magazine as a freelance writer, where she was previously a staff member, and has written for a broad range of publications including Variety Magazine, MarketWatch, and TechCrunch.
Natali has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from California State University, Hayward and a master’s degree in sociology from the University of Southern California. She currently resides in San Francisco.
Rowley is a 36 year old podcaster who has worked in the IT industry for the past 20 years – and he hates computers! Born in the flatlands of Suffolk, he has lived most of his life as an honourary Welshman on the island of Anglesea. He started podcasting back in December 2004 to vent frustrations, comment on world events, and show the world there is more out there than your own back yard.
Rowley’s Podcast: Darkcompass http://www.darkcompass.com
Desert Island Geek welcomes Sebastian Prooth.
Sebastian is a published writer, blogger, film producer and all around media geek. American, originally from Indiana, he has lived in the UK since 2003. His aims are to work in television or film as a producer As a writer he has contributed to three books in the “Criminal Masterminds” book series published in 2007, the first being “Criminal Masterminds” and the second being “Fiendish Killers.”
Sebastian is a serious Star Trek enthusiast with a general interest the in health of the Star Trek franchise, and has interviewed many of the key personnel that went into the production of Star Trek. He has also released a series of Star Trek DVD commentaries for download most notably for Star Trek Insurrection. All of his Star Trek related work can be found on his blog at the Star Trek Compendium. Visit Sebastian’s blog: http://www.sebrt.com/
Paul has been married to Janet for 17 years and has 2 kids; Christopher 12 and James 14. He lives in Sidcup, Kent (UK) and is a Londoner by birth – almost a Cockney!
Paul sells corporate treasury software to banks and major corporations in the UK and abroad. It’s a job that makes him travel quite a bit so he has a real chance to end up on this desert island! Paul is an active podcaster, with one main podcast and two occasionals. His primary podcast is This Week In London, (www.thisweekinlondon.co.uk) [TWiL] and it’s there you can find links to the others. TWiL is a story book, guide book, rough guide and far side look around London, The Greatest City On Earth!
Pete Cooper spent much of his youth in front of and inside computers. His fascination with making things go faster than they were supposed to turned out to be expensive and time-consuming. The smell of burning silicon and PCB became too much to deal with and he made the switch from PC to Mac in 2003.
Since then, he’s been a smug Mac user and recently became entangled in the murky world of British podcasting, something he holds host Neil Dixon partially responsible for. Just over one year later, he’s been involved with an increasing number of podcasts with both his wife and other people, most of which seemed like good ideas at the time, but then something more shiny came along and took priority.