Talking on the Internet is the home of the “Talking On The Internet” podcast. Formerly known as the “Object Location” podcast, Nathan Burke and Trent Adams talk about internet stuff. And though it may have seemed like a good idea at the time, object:location is neither clever, descriptive, nor memorable.
This name is a LOT better.
About Trent Adams
I am the Founder and Chief Innovator of MatchMine, a technology company solving the problems in connecting consumers with media they’ll love. I cooked up the concept of MatchMine while fulfilling my role as Chief Innovator for the Kraft Group Sports Properties. In this role I was in charge of the online presence for the New England Patriots, including websites, community portals, and e-commerce. I also produced a first of its kind direct-to-digital video show for the Patriots and was executive producer of over 74 hours of media production per week.
Life is more than just work, but then again, I currently have little time for more life than work. I generally sit in front of a computer (or in a seemingly endless stream of meetings) for more than 12 hours a day, leaving precious time left over for non-work interests. Thankfully, I love what I do and see it as a cosmic joke that I actually get paid for the time spent bringing crazy ideas to reality.
To learn more about me, you can follow my exploits on the following sites:
- mediaslate.org - My Personal Blog
- matchmine Profile - My company profile.
- matchmine Posts - Blog posts the company.
- Twitter Posts - Micro comments.
- LinkedIN Profile - Business networking persona.
- Diigo Bookmarks - Bookmarks and page annotations.
- Dopplr - Open travel itinerary.
- FaceBook Profile - General purpose social networking platform.
- Flickr Stream - Photo stream.
- LastFM - Musical tastes.
- LibraryThing Catalog - Book catalog.
About Nathan Burke
I’m the Web Community Evangelist at matchmine and a blogger at blogstring.com. Prior to joining matchmine, I was a legal marketing guy, working at a small high tech law firm in Boston. I started a blog called LawFirmBlogging.com, and was soon trying to convince lawyers that blogging was worth their time.
Now I work at a company that is trying to connect people with the stuff they’ll love online. How can you beat that?