Internet radio is alive an well, at least for those who have access to a real broadband which is not my case, nor the case of many in Venezuela as the CANTV broadband has been going downhill steadily since Chavez nationalized the Venezuelan Telecom in 2006. I have been too busy lately to be able to post but I did manage to talk to Fausta, editor of Fausta's Blog. She is from Puerto Rico but long established in the US where she has carved a name among conservative blogging, all the way to the GOP Convention. She is one of the few conservative bloggers who do not require that you call Obama a tyrant before talking to you, in addition of covering extensively Latin America, a rarity in US major blogs, and making regular podcasts with all sorts of guests.
So we did the Podcast even if I was late in logging in since Internet in Venezuela is, well, erratic. You can listen to it there if you want, I come in after 11 minutes, after an awkward 1 minute full silence, just when Fausta had all but given up.