Radio tip: Have a look at DynamicDNS.org. Very easy to use service. It is a way to get around dynamic IP addresses provided by ISPs to DSL and Cable customers.
Basically, I could set-up a domain through them (ie: jrobb.dyndns.org or a variant on any of these domains) and have it redirect to the remote access page on my Radio desktop. Of course, I would have to redirect my router/firewall to redirect all incomming traffic to the notebook running Radio. This would allow me to publish, get news, and do everything I could do with Radio as if I was sitting in front of the machine it was installed on. [John Robb's Radio Weblog]