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Calliflower TipsWeb Pixie

Thu, 29 Jan 2009 17:18:18 +0000

Calliflower is a great tool for setting up conference calls and creating webcasts. Premium versions have been introduced but the FREE version is still available. The service appears to be upgraded continually, in keeping with the laudable Continuous Improvement philosophy. Those improvements can make setting up a Calliflower Call tricky at times, so here are some […]

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Mevio for WebCastingWeb Pixie

Wed, 24 Dec 2008 23:51:34 +0000

iTunes isn’t the only place to publish a podcast (or webcast or netcast).  I’ve listened to many that used Podango, but this post is about neither of these. Mevio has much to offer and it, too, is FREE.  With Mevio, you can upload episodes, show notes, create profiles, view stats, and (I’m sure) a lot […]

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Calliflower for NeophytesWeb Pixie

Fri, 28 Nov 2008 10:30:09 +0000

Here are a few things I’ve learned from my recent experiences using Calliflower to create private, non-business Conference Calls.  For me, producing a publishable podcast is a project that is still in production but for achieving the first crucial step of making the recording, Calliflower is an excellent service!  If you’re interested in creating podcasts (aka […]

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Podcast Content, One Question at a TimeWeb Pixie

Mon, 14 Jul 2008 07:11:27 +0000

The objective for this post is answering this question: “What do I like about my favorite podcasts?” What I like about my favorite podcasts is really not relevant to producing a new podcast.  It’s far more important to present content that is relevant to an audience.  This question merely serves as a starting point. Podcasts are not mass media so it is […]

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Web 2.0 Services Make Podcasting EasierWeb Pixie

Sun, 06 Jul 2008 20:00:48 +0000

While I was researching what kind of hardware I’d need to buy and the software I would need for podcasting, Web 2.0 removed another hurdle. The most fascinating kinds of hardware I’ve studied are the different types of microphones and headsets used for podcasting.  The technology itself is interesting but the potential expense really complicates the decision-making process. Conference […]

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Basic Components of a Podcast – ContentWeb Pixie

Mon, 25 Feb 2008 22:31:15 +0000

The content of a podcast is as varied as the individuals who make them.  While I believed I had a clear idea for the topic to be covered by my podcast, I realize now that I should keep an open mind to other possibilities. I’ve gathered from what I have read so far that it’s […]

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MS Sound RecorderWeb Pixie

Fri, 08 Feb 2008 18:56:35 +0000

The simplest and cheapest way to record sound on the PC is with Microsoft’s Sound Recorder, which comes with WindowsXP.   Start >> All Programs >> Accessories >> Entertainment >> Sound Recorder You can use Sound Recorder with the microphone that came with your PC, if it has one.  If your PC didn’t come with a microphone, either built-in […]

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Basic Components of a Podcast – SoftwareWeb Pixie

Thu, 07 Feb 2008 21:19:20 +0000

Besides content and hardware, I need to identify the most useful software for creating my first podcast.  There are at least of two kinds of software required to create a podcast: Software to create and edit an mp3 file Software to upload and distribute the edited mp3 file Software Audacity software and iTunes seem to be the most popular for these purposes, at least when using a PC to […]

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Basic Components of a Podcast – HardwareWeb Pixie

Thu, 31 Jan 2008 21:38:41 +0000

At its most basic level, creating a podcast requires specific hardware, software, and content. At this point in my podcasting adventure, it’s important for me to become familiar with some options for all three.  The software required may include applications that I already use and the nature of the content has already been decided.  Identifying the hardware I need […]

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