I’m following scoble’s lead and trying this brrreeeport thing out. brrreeeport , what do you think?
A couple of fellows across the pond have launched a Podcasting magazine (well e-zine) aimed at both listeners of and producers of podcasts. It looks pretty promising and I’ll bet more publications of this type will follow! Link.
According to this article in the Pittsburg news paper…Educators are looking to technology to reach out to students, especially in higher grades. How can you use technology, specifically podcasts, to better your presentation and further engage audiences? If you want ideas, please email me.
This link provides another good guide to podcasting, in addition the one I wrote before. Let me know if anyone has any other questions… Basically after you have the necessary equipment, it just takes a little time, patience, and elbow grease to get your podcast “on-the-air”.
I just ran across this article which outlines how a teacher is utilzing podcasts to better the educational environment in his classroom. A very cool use of this very cool technology!
Now that iLife ’06 has been out for a while – does anyone have any experience with it? Specifially – how are the new podcasting features that have been melded into Garageband? I look forward to reading the comments..
Indiana University is using podcasting to reach out to alumni in a new way. This is great…perhaps other schools should do the same Click for article
ok so I’m still waiting for google talk to magically show up in my primary gmail account. But one thing I’ve noticed in an account that has been blessed by google is that if you connect to https://mail.google.com – the chat functionality doesn’t show up. but if you go to plain ol’ http://mail.google.com and log…
I’m waiting for my gmail account to be blessed with the in-browser chatability referred to here. Is your gmail account chattable yet? If so, leave a comment. When mine is – I’ll post screenshots!
The word around the ‘net today is that Apple released a 1GB version of the Nano. This is great for podcast listeners as it is only $149 and is the perfect solution for carrying around your favorite podcasts on. I have a 20GB ipod and I only use about 3.5 GB – I’m going to…