Wednesday, March 29, 2006

iTunes and Other Podcasting stuff

The Money Blogger Podcast is now available on iTunes. There's a long story about why it wasn't on iTunes before. But I won't bore you with that. I do want to know, however, how many of you subscribe to this podcast with a podcatcher like iTunes or Juice, and how many just listen by clicking on the audio links on this blog site.

I've also had a couple of listeners point out some of the other features that could be added to my podcasts, like chapter markers, images, etc. I'd like your thoughts on these features. I'm way overdue for coming up with a logo. But what other features do you think would be good?

Monday, March 27, 2006

Episode 11: Interview with Seattle Simplicity

Like many bloggers, Seattle started blogging as an experiment, but she continues for the comments. In the interview we talk abut how simple living is different from frugal living. Seattle’s site is full of excellent links, so I encourage you to check it out.

click here to listen to episode 11

Seattle Simplicity’s Blog:

Links to sites and books mentioned in the interview:
Silent in the Morning:
Everyday simplicity

Monday, March 20, 2006

Episode 10: Interview with Jane Dough from Boston Gal's Open Wallet

Jane talks about financial enlightenment through blogging, and her favorite personal finance advisor from the 1700s. She thought she had her personal finances together, until she stumbled upon the personal finance blogging world!

click here to listen to episode 10

Jane’s blog can be found at

Links to sites mentioned in the interview:

Poor Richard’s Almanac
My Open Wallet:
Single Mom & Money:
Jonathon of My Money Blog:
Money Blog Network
Udandi & the Craft of Money:
Bluebird of Hedonic Adjustment:
Dawn of Frugal for Life
A Single Guy and his Money:
Map Girl’s Fiscal Challenge:

Monday, March 13, 2006

Episode 9: Interview with JLP from AllThingsFinancial

JLP’s blog covers topics from budgeting to investment asset allocation, and just about every other aspect of personal finance. He’s very supportive of the pf blogging community, with lots of commentary and promotion of other blogs. You can tell he cares about the financial success of others, not just himself.

click here to listen to episode 9

JLP’s blog:

Links to sites mentioned in the interview:

Money Blog Network
Free Money Finance
Jonathon Clements, columnist for Wall Street Journal:
Jeremy Siegel:
Stocks for the Long Run
The Future for Investors

Monday, March 06, 2006

Episode 8 released: Interview with Madame X from My Open Wallet

Madame X's blog is notable for her in-depth and well written posts. She lives in New York, and the city comes through strongly in her blog. She prominently displays her 12 personal finance rules on her blog, a nice feature that sets the stage for her anecdotes.

click here to listen to episode 8

Madame X's blog:

Link to Business Week article mentioned in the interview:Follow My Money