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sigh.



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By: Bill

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

I was at the Barnaby Watson Session that was recorded, the only thing the audio lacks is the length of the line to get into the session. This was intended to be one session on a Tuesday night. Many of us had talked about meeting up as it was expected to be a small 'geekfest' session. There were at least 500 lined up, they did two sessions and they still left people in the hall. When listening to the session, in the section where he describes how to do a podcast, there is a 10 sec pause, then alot of audience noise at 50 side conversations start as people have ideas on how this could be used. The person next to me wants her yoga instructor to do a podcast so she could take it with her when she travels.



By: Stephen Downes

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

Who has time to listen to these? Transcripts! I want transcripts!



By: D'Arcy

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

Nah... You just need a longer commute ;-)



By: Mark McGuire

Mon, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000

Transcripts can be useful, but they're different. Podcasts catch information that is filtered out in the transcription process. I've been looking for good conversations about podcasting and the best segments work because they are good conversations. As for podcasts replacing conference attendance, I don't think so. I'm in New Zealand (a transplanted Canadian) so I'm, lucky if I can get to two conferences a year outside the islands. Podcasting is (in part) about enlarging the conversational space beyond the conference room (or kitchen table).