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Article on blogcritics.org about podcasting

28.10.2004 - 02:31 / filled under default

I never heard of blogcritics.org before but when an article hit the mailinglist "please read" I did as I was told. ;o)

In "Podcasting - The New Revolution Of Cool?" Matt Wardlaw describes his first steps in podcasting and explores the geek side of it. ;o)

One of the things that I immediately dug is how Curry receives audio comments from the people that are listening to his show, which he uses within the show. It's a great no-brainer - as a listener, you record a quick audio comment using your audio software of choice.

I think you can even do it with Skype, but that's a whole different story. I'm still learning about this stuff! Two weeks ago, I was still scratching my head, trying to figure out what the hell Skype was!
I would listen to his show, but it is about metal - *brrrr* ;o)

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