RE: A Letter I Recently Sent to Apple and Posted to my BLOG

  • From: "M. Taylor" <mktay@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 13 Feb 2010 23:42:47 -0800

Thank you, Joe.

Believe it or not, I just received a real email from a real iTunes tech with
direct contact info.  I was stunned to get it so soon.  

They have apologized for the problem and say they will attend to it and hope
that, after it has been successfully resolved, I'll update my BLOG

Wow!  I guess there is power in the press.  It's about time; I've been
working on this issue since Monday.  

By the way, even though one cannot currently search for the Secret Life of
Mark Marcus Podcast from within the iTunes Store, you can still use the
iTunes client to subscribe to the show by doing the following from within

From the Advanced Menu, select Subscribe to Podcast.  A Dialog Box will

Enter the direct URL for the show which is:

Click the "OK" Button.

Please note that you may use the URL listed above to subscribe to the show
directly from within your web browser or your non-iTunes podcast client.

I hope you will subscribe as I have been sharing a lot of good secrets,
lately.  (Smile) 


-----Original Message-----
Sent: Saturday, February 13, 2010 5:00 PM
Subject: RE: A Letter I Recently Sent to Apple and Posted to my BLOG

Now that is how to tell them Mark. I was wondering what happen I had it
downloaded in iTunes and now it want work. So this explains this. Hmm, guess
I will have to wait till they decide to approve it again. That is if they
do. Way to go Mark!

JP ( Joe Plummer)

-----Original Message-----
Of M. Taylor
Sent: Saturday, February 13, 2010 7:23 PM
Subject: A Letter I Recently Sent to Apple and Posted to my BLOG

Hello Everyone,

Since the subject of the most recent Candle Shore BLOG post deals with a
podcast that I produce on my iPhone 3GS I decided to offer a link to it on
this list.  

Click Here
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In this post, Mark Taylor strongly recommends that podcasters no longer
trust the iTunes Store as a reliable means of content distribution based on
his recent experience; which he shares in a letter to Apple.

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