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Anyone who reads my blog knows I am a technical toy junkie. I own an Xbox, 2 iPods, 6 computers, digital camera, digital camcorder etc. I have to admit at first Apple's announcement that they were bringing TV to the ipod sounded like something I'd run out and buy. But I just can't see myself watching this weeks episode of Lost on a 2.5 inch screen.

I'm a big fan of the convergence of media but I'm not sure the delivery device fits the product in this case. I'd be interested in hearing from anyone who is using the new technology so drop me a line and let me know what its like to watch Desperate Houswives on your iPod.


Posted October 12, 2005 4:42 PM
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I've received a couple emails this week regarding the new Podcast content we are offering. Don't feel bad if you are not up to date on the subject its actually quite new. Podcasting has only been around for about 18 months.

A quick history:
Most people agree that podcasting was invented by Adam Curry a former MTV personality and Dave Winer the inventor of RSS. RSS is a simple XML language that allows website users to subscribe to content on the website, An RSS reader checks for new content at the subscribed website and delivers it to your desktop. Podcasting is an extension of this process, it simply includes a MP3 file in the RSS feed and your RSS Reader Application sticks the file on your iPod or other MP3 player.

Why should you use Podcasting
The bottom line is that it allows you to access audio content and utilize it at your convenience. You're no longer constrained by web browsers or website you control the information and if you choose you can stop the subscription simply by deleting the feed, no more opt-out email forms.

Anyway, I hope this helps define how you can use and enjoy our Podcasts, watch for a weekly news Podcast coming in a few weeks. Here is our Podcast link: copy it into your Podcast compliant RSS reader and your ready to go!

http://www.b-eye-network.com/xml/spotlights.php

Links to free Podcast software:
Ipodder
Podfeeder

A couple Interesting Podcast shows
Adam Curry's Daily Source Code
This Week in Tech


Posted July 26, 2005 10:36 AM
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