RE: Alt photo Pod cast
There are a number of pod cast clients available besides iTunes. I don't
particularly like iTunes since it seems to frequently want to update my
client. But I suppose that is a trivial concern.
What ever pod casts you intend to post for downloads let's hope that the
production quality is decent. Content doesn't necessarily trump
presentation quality. Both are important.
From: Camden Hardy [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, November 19, 2006 11:23 PM
Subject: Re: Alt photo Podcast
Charles and Rajul,
Podcasts can be viewed/listened to on either an iPod with video
capabilities (any iPod newer than say...6 months...maybe more...?) as well
as any computer with iTunes installed. iTunes is available for Mac as
well as Windows, so that covers the majority of the computers on the web.
In short, all you need is the iTunes software (free to download from
Apple's website) to be able to view the podcast.
On Sun, November 19, 2006 9:04 pm, Venkatram Iyer wrote:
> I second Charles' view. I am not familiar with podcasts and whatever
> that entails. But if what you are proposing to set up will disseminate
> knowledge and foster advances in alt processes, I would be willing to
> Besides bringing you satisfaction, your investment in time and effort
> will be widely appreciated.
> On 19-Nov-06, at 7:51 PM, ryberg wrote:
>> OK, so I'm not up to date. I know a podcast is something that
>> shows video on---what? an Ipod? Any computer? Are there a dozen
>> different formats or??
>> So, what I'm asking is, will anything you set up be accessible by
>> any reasonably up-to-date computer user or only to bleeding edge
>> users? If most of us can view them, go for it, by all means. If it
>> is going to be usable only by those who have tomorrow's equipment, do
>> it only if it brings you pleasure.
>> Charles Portland OR