I have no idea how many of these podcasts I will end up having, but for now I decided I should create a page and let people browse through them if they have nothing else to do and do not want to sit through another repeat of “Wings” or “Will and Grace” or whatever TBS is showing at 1AM these days.

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  1. Letter to the Editors and Contributors for September 1 | SQLServerPedia
    Sep 01, 2009 @ 08:16:55

    [...] We even help you host it on your own blog – check out how it looks on Colin’s site and on Tom’s site.  This can really help show off your knowledge of a subject and your willingness to help the [...]

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    Sep 12, 2009 @ 10:44:45

    [...] SQL Server, Seattle, Summit 2009 Editor’s Note:  This is a companion piece to the podcast (link here) that Tom @SQLRockstar LaRock and I produced recently about options for escaping the hotel room blues [...]

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    Sep 29, 2009 @ 07:26:42

    [...] submitted by September 13th, so it already feels a little dated to me. You can see it listed in my podcasts page or at sqlpass.org. I also have it on my homepage for now but it will eventually rotate out from [...]

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  4. PASS After Dark (Part One) | The SQL Agent Man
    Oct 10, 2009 @ 07:47:47

    [...] Server, Seattle, Summit 2009 Editor’s Note:  This is a companion piece to the podcast (link here) that Tom @SQLRockstar LaRock and I produced recently about options for escaping the hotel room [...]

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    Jan 07, 2010 @ 14:50:21

    [...] last night and I wanted to share it with everyone. You can find it on my homepage or just go to my podcasts page. Suddenly, I really want to visit [...]

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