The September edition of Legal Technology Insider is out now – stories include a report on the new Pinsent Masons podcast facility (see below). To find out more about the Insider and how to subscribe, visit legaltechnology.com

Will radio kill the boring podcast?
Pinsent Masons has added a podcast facility to its Out-Law IT and e-commerce law news service. Where Out-Law sets itself apart from other podcasts is instead of publishing a series of ad-hoc items, these have been designed as a weekly radio programme (think World at One or PM on BBC Radio 4 – in fact they are branded as Out-Law Radio) complete with a professional presenter, a summary of the latest news stories, various feature items and interviews – one of the most recent was with Billy Bragg on how he managed to get the social networking site MySpace to change its small print. The podcasts last about 12-to-15 minutes and a new episode is available every Thursday. Best of all the technology, including the audio streaming, works a treat and does not require third-party applications to be downloaded. Definitely worth visiting, even if only to gnash your teeth and say ‘I wish we’d done that first’. www.out-law.com/page-7212