I think that we should have multiple entries.
One, for the people that want to know what blind podcasters are producing, and two, for the general audience.
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I thought Jeff Bishop was collecting feed addresses for blindcasters. I think I saved the message with the form to sign up with. My podcast was just sprouting at the time so haven't signed up but will do so fairly soon.
I think we may need to make a distinction between podcasts done by blind people and podcasts dealing with blindness issues. Example: the Heart and Music podcast may be produced by blind people but the content has nothing to do with blindness. On the other end, Blind Access Journal would be blindness issues all the way and is also produced by a blind person. Another variant is GW Micro's "Dis You Know" podcast performed by sighted people but pertains to a blindness product. See the mixture of focus here? I'm not sure how this would breakdown in a disabilities node. Certainly, an OPML directory of podcasts produced by blind people would be interesting for sure.
On Mon, Sep 26, 2005 at 03:55:15PM -0500, Byron J. Lee wrote:We should set up a website or FTP Server or some sort of network where we can all exchange promos. Just wondering if anyone has already started this sort of cross-promotion or not. I will produce a promo for my three podcasts if anyone is interested.
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