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By: David

Sat, 15 Jul 2006 02:51:43 +0000

I agree that transcripts would be nice, but it takes too much time or money to get transcripts for ever podcast episode, though I do think it would help make it easier via search engines to find out what podcasters are talking about.

By: cindy

Fri, 14 Jul 2006 22:49:13 +0000

Just wish all the happy podcasters would publish transcripts. Not everyone can hear these things, you know...

By: Jean Andre Vallery

Fri, 14 Jul 2006 15:12:46 +0000

If possible could someone point me in the right direction for tutorials on setting up podcast submissions for a wordpress blog? Also vodcasts? The location would be at Jean Andre Vallery Sarasota Florida

By: David

Fri, 14 Jul 2006 14:25:22 +0000

Hmm... Looks like you are right about that, but if nothing else it does show a shift in many users usage of "new media" online, and how far Podcasts have come in the last couple of years.

By: rr

Fri, 14 Jul 2006 10:54:52 +0000

that's EXACTLY what i was thinking when i hit the "comment" button . . . so . . . ditto!

By: Mimz

Thu, 13 Jul 2006 17:57:29 +0000

I don't think the comparison is right here. They're comparing DOWNLOADING podcasts with PUBLISHING blogs. The right way to tell whether podcasting is really more popular than blogging would be to compare how many people download podcasts with how many read blogs, or how many people produce podcasts with how many write blogs. I'm sure that if they compared THOSE statistics, we'd come to a much different conclusion.