Starting Monday, December 3rd, the Day in Tech History podcast will release episodes at 6:30 am every day. The show will continue to be produced 365 days a year. The show will be available on the East Coast for morning consumption by 7 am EST.
If you would like to preview the show early, check out the Day in Tech History Wiki. Once the shows are uploaded, they will be available on their respected days on the list.
The Day in Tech History is a podcast and blog produced every day. It is a full rundown of technology history. You can check it out on iTunes, Stitcher or just add the RSS to your reader.
The 8th Annual Podcast Awards are underway and Day in Tech History has been nominated in the Education category. This is a great achievement since Day in Tech History has been podcasting for over 4 years.
Day in Tech History was first the Week in Tech History on Geekazine.com. August 9th, 2009 I changed the format to Day in Tech History. It’s only 1 of 2 podcasts that run 365 days a year. On May 5th, 2012 the Day in Tech History published the 1,000 episode of the show.
Since then, Day in Tech History has continued to give you the full rundown of what happened in Technology History. I plan to do that for years to come and the 2,000th episode which will happen in January of 2015.
Thanks to everyone that has listened and nominated the show for a Podcast Award. Geekazine.com was also nominated under Best Produced, too!
How to Vote for Day in Tech History under Education Category
You can vote Daily! Please head to the website everyday for the best chance. Voting closes November 15th at 8 PM EST.
Choose “Day in Tech History” under the “Education” category
Choose “Geek Smack! by Geekazine” under “Best Produced”
Choose some other shows for the other categories. I recommend The iPad Show for Best Video Podcast, the Ramen Noodle for Comedy, The Audacity to Podcast for Technology and Amateur Traveller for Travel.
Enter your name and email.
Go back tomorrow and repeat
Thanks for your Vote!
Being a winner of a Podcast Award would be a great achievement for the podcast. I hope you also subscribe to DITH to find out all the great tech history you might remember!