Check out http://www.scoop.it/t/learning2gether
It's a work in progress, but when I SCOOP one of my posterous posts it
automatically grabs the audio (assuming I've uploaded the MP3 file to
posterous) and displays it in the scoop.it. (if there is no audio is
displays the default image). I like the wall of sound effect.
Also, I put a feedburner on the Posterous blog to create a podcast of those
audio files, whose link you can find in the sidebar at
After my last post to the group I re-visited Publish / Elluminate /
download (via Google) and found that you can now download Publish for free,
no strings attached, except you need to register it. I used the
registration data in the cookie (my normal email address whose trial period
had expired some time ago last time I downloaded Publish) and it simply
gave it to me. So I'm now going through and making mp3s from our old
elluminate recordings and uploading them to posterous, and then scooping
Amazing what you can learn when no one tries to manage your learning by
trying to teach you :-)
On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 7:51 PM, David Winet <dwinet@...> wrote:
> Hi Vance,
> You said
> "One reason I like to upload audio to Posterous is I've discovered that
> > if I post a link with media to Scoop.It, that site will display the
> > post with a media player embedded, resulting in a wall of audio links,"
> I don't understand the connection between Posterous and Scoop.It.....
> Could I ask you to amplify?
> Hope you're well,
> All the best,
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