Hurrah! I got to chat with Chris Jowaissis a bit at IL. He is incredible and I’m always glad to see a new post at Technobiblio.
Seems CJ has found the first state library podcast, an interview with “ODL Public Information Officer Bill Young about the Oklahoma Reads Oklahoma program.” Give it a listen [...]
Ken finds a podcast at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley Web site.
” On a hunch I searched for the RSS feed of the web site of the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, and I found a very professional, welcoming, and informative single podcast (linked here) from the admissions [...]
David Warlick reports on podcasts in the classroom and I’m pondering how libraries can be an extension of this digital content creation thing. I do believe that a “Digital Creation Station” in a library’s Teen section might be a hit. Give them a Mac (or PC yeah yeah but Garageband is soooo cool!), [...]
I’m intrigued by Chad’s idea to create a collective podcast – especially the multiple voices on one topic slant. I look forwrad to hearing the ‘cast on gaming!
Take a look:
And Jobs reports iTunes will have built in podcast support!
Apple CEO Steve Jobs told the assembled crowd at “D3: All Things Digital,” that Apple would add Podcasting support to its next version of iTunes (4.9), which is due within 60 days. Apple will also be launching a service that will allow users to [...]
Podscope: Welcome Podcasters! Podscope is the Internet’s first spoken-word search engine for audio and video podcasts. If you would like to extend the the audience of your podcast by making it searchable please provide us with an RSS link below.
Hmmm… I would me more inclined to embrace podcasting completely if I [...]
I’m intrigued by this:
Two more viewpoints on podcasting… I agree with points in both. Take a look.
Once again, Pew jumps right into the Hot Tech fray. Download the report, read it and ponder how you might server your users with audio content. Wouldn’t you like your library to be included on the iPods and other players in your town?
The Wikipedia entry on podcasting distinguishes this medium from traditional internet [...]
The audio blog from Georgia Perimeter College Libraries that david free has been working on. WOW: two libraries of note launching audio casts so close together… The world spins folks. Is your library ready?
Aaron offers Teen Audio Reviews. Well done! I’ve written about what David Free is doing and what Chris is planning, but here’s a great example of not only audio content syndicated BUT a public Library involving users in the development of the Web presence.