RE: how to podcast: some random tutorials and references
- From: Jennifer Sutton <jensutton@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2005 12:00:04 -0500
Julie, Darrell, and others following this thread:
Julie, right you are about Podcast 411. I meant to include this
because, in some ways, it may be the best place to start. I was
trying to pick some things that haven't been cited on this list many
time already and forgot about the most obvious.
In my view, podcasting for blind folks is not much different than
podcasting for sighted people, and my surfing of the Web reveals to
me that collections of resources are being collected time and time
and time again. So, there's a-plenty to choose from if you just
spend ten minutes looking.
The Frequently Asked Questions on Blind Cool Tech also has a couple
of things that some may find of interest, including a link to RSS resources.
Darrell, I'm certainly familiar with the Digital Media Cast
Experiment, but I think folks looking for how-to-podcast info already
said they'd listened to it, and they were not finding what they
needed. It may be worth looking at Michael's Web site, though, in
case he has some supplemental resources posted on his Web site. I
think Michael's show is great, but he does assume a base of technical
knowledge, in my view, that it seems that some on the list may not
have, even while others of us do.
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