Am trying to podcast, desperately trying!
I get the principle: you record .mp3 file, blog it and then other people can aggregate it.
…Audacity has, for some unknown-to-me reason stopped being able to export .mp3s. I’ve tried everything but it just ‘aint a go :o( [does anyone know any other decent open source .mp3 recorders / encoders]
…Once I have my .mp3 and have uploaded it to the web, how the heck do I make it into an ‘enclosure’ for RSS2.0? Do I just pop in a link and it does it for me or do I need tags?
So, am trying, trying, trying. It’s not that I want to broadcast anything myself, but you can imagine the potential of this for lectures & ‘fireside chats’ (as I’m working on with a Law academic) as students just leave their ipods or whatever’s hooked up to the net, pop out in the car, to the gym or wherever and their lectures are all there ready for them… pretty cool no?
And BTW I think someone should mention Ed Radio to all those shouting about the uniqueness of combining RSS and audio!!!