Re: Fwd: Re: [evonline2002_webheads] podcasting and Odeo
- At 01:45 AM 17/07/2006, you wrote:
>Thanks for this Michael. I can't find out how to record by phone atSorry to be a while getting back to this John. If you sign up with K7
>Podomatic. Can you help?
http://www.k7.net/ you are given a phone number to post to. An audio
copy of your message is sent to your Podomatic email address
(Podmail). You can then transfer that audio, using Audacity or
similar, to your podcasting page. That is
1) play the phone message from your Podmail account
2) record and save it in Audacity at the same time
3) import into a podcast episode on your podcast page.
So it's not automatically going to your podcast, but this way you do
have some editorial control before it goes live
PS This is how it supposed to work in theory. For the last few days I
have not been able to use Podomatic email......the site is often
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>>Date: Sun, 16 Jul 2006 23:15:44 +0930
>>From: Michael Coghlan <michaelc@...>
>>Subject: Re: [evonline2002_webheads] podcasting and Odeo
>>John - a number of us have tried Odeo, and a similar free service -
>>Podomatic ( http://www.podomatic.com/) But as you've noted the
>>navigation at Odeo is appalling. Podomatic's is not great but it is
>>easier. My Podomatic site is at http://michaelc.podomatic.com/.
>>Several other Webheads have Podomatic sites as well. You can also
>>use the phone to upload voice with Podomatic, as you can with good
>>old Blogger. See
>>At 03:17 AM 14/07/2006, you wrote:
>>>I wonder if any Webheads have tried
>>>or have created an audio file using
>>>I happen to like the ease of using the phone to upload one's voice.
>>>And, I like the concept of Odeo storing the voices on individual web
>>>pages that are searchable. What I don't like are navigation problems
>>>that I can't seem to overcome.
>>>I'd be interested in hearing from those who have tried it.