[access-uk] Re: More Sight Village

Doris,

I think you may not quite understand what I'm saying here. I'm talking about those who don't yet know enough about computers and the internet to even be interested in podcatching. There are also plenty of other items in the exhibition which are not specifically hi-tech and it's these that they certainly ought to be talking about.

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if you go to

http://accessibleworld.org/show.php?contentid=43

you will find an archive on listening to and making podcasts that you can either listen to online or download to your computer to listen to at your convenience.

there are several accessible podcatcher programs available and with most you can also just download the mp3 and listen to them with the media player of your choice.

hth

Doris



At 11:34 PM 7/22/2006 +0100, you wrote:

Damon,

With respect, still only comparatively few of us use computers on the Internet and are sufficiently up to speed to go and get podcasts. It's surely very important that the biggest and best exhibition of the year should be covered well and as fully as possible for those who just don't, for one reason and another, have this access as yet. I didn't hear "In Touch" but, if indeed it was only a five minute coverage, I'd have been very disappointed.

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Damon" <damon.rose@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, July 22, 2006 3:03 PM Subject: [access-uk] Re: More Sight Village


To be fair about the In Touch coverage, it went out on the first day of the exhibition. The reporter turned up the day before it all started and grabbed some of the more headline new items being displayed, proper in order to get something on air quickly. In Touch usually puts out reports the week after Sight Village, a retrospective report. Doing it this way round meant that people could listen to the show and may also then be able to pay a trip to Sight Village themseles. So this has an added benefit to all exhibitors whether their products and services were mentioned or not.

Hope this helps ... no one is ever really happy with the coverage no matter how it's done or by who.

It should also be noted that the coverage from the online blind community is getting bigger and better. When it comes to niche content, the internet is the best platform and is also interactive - a 20 minute weekly radio show can only act as a small window onto what's going on.

...Damon

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Hi

For some reason, some of our posts to the Sight Village podcast are not
being picked up by the Juice podcatching client and at the moment I have no
idea why that is.


We have some posts being uploaded which you may like to grab, including the
presentation from Clarence Whaley of GW Micro and our discussion of the
appalling coverage of Sight Village in last Tuesday's In Touch programme!


While I am getting the podcast difficulty figured out, you can go to the
Blog as the items definitely are downloadable from there.  The URL is
http://tandtconsultancy.wordpress.com


Brian Hartgen


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