Re: where to get pod safe music

  • From: Steve Holmes <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2005 21:12:50 -0700

Hash: RIPEMD160

Yeah, that is tricky.  With Window-Eyes, I could use the mouse pointer
and read previous and next clip to find a graphic logically just before
the track title and single clicking it.  I must say the playlist manager
available to podcasters is easier to deal with but playing songs is
tough at best.  

I'm thinking about doing a podcast shortly that would demonstrate the
use of the pod safe music network from an accessibility point of view.
Other than playing songs, the site overall isn't too bad.  It could use
some improvements though, namely labeling a couple graphical links in
each row of the track title list table and make it easier to find the
control to launch the player they use.  I think it is some kind of flash
player or something.  Once you download content, it is a generic 128KB
mp3 without any restrictions other than what is stipulated for use by
podcasters on the site.

But I have to figure out why my feedburner feed is currently broken
before I go off doing any new podcasts.

On Mon, Oct 17, 2005 at 07:19:25PM -0700, Darrell Shandrow wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> How do you get the "listen" link to work?  It seems to be completely 
> invisible to JAWS.  Have you found another way to get these important 
> features on PMN to work?
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> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Steve Holmes" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Monday, October 17, 2005 7:01 AM
> Subject: Re: where to get pod safe music
> >Hash: RIPEMD160
> >
> >I had a lot of trouble getting around in but I signed up
> >with last week and their site is pretty cool.  I
> >successfully played songs and add some to my podcaster's playlist and
> >even download one of them so far.
> >
> >Don't let the evil visual verification thing scare you away as it comes
> >in a link inserted in an e-mail.  I just replied to the e-mail
> >containing that link and requested that the link be activated.  C. C.
> >Chapman replied himself within a couple days and it's all good now.  I
> >got that e-mail verification thingy last Sunday, replied that night and
> >had an answer by Tuesday night so I didn't think the wait was too bad.
> >I know, it would be better not to have it at all but at least he
> >responds.  Can't say the same for Yahoo's VV scheme.  I *NEVER* got any
> >replies from Yahoo's customer service when I raised similar concerns.
> >
> >On Sun, Oct 16, 2005 at 04:32:11PM -0400, Rich Cavallaro wrote:
> >>Hey all:I wish to play some pod safe music on my podcast.
> >>Where can that be obtained?
> >>Rich Cavallaro
> >>Check out my podcast at
> >>
> >>or just add
> >>
> >>to your pod catching client
> >>check out my live journal at
> >>
> >>skype richcav
> >>aim: misterchip1014
> >>msn/windows messenger/email: richcav@xxxxxxxxxxx or richcav@xxxxxxxxx
> >>
> >>
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