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  • Shawn Thorpe
    The main reason I use Feedburner is because they take care of my RSS feeds, with the enclosures and the iTunes all of that business. -Shawn ... [Non-text
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 6, 2006
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      The main reason I use Feedburner is because they take care of my RSS feeds,
      with the enclosures and the iTunes all of that business.

      -Shawn

      On 7/5/06, Joel Haasnoot <joelhaasnoot@...> wrote:
      >
      > Please, don't try and write your own RSS feed. You may try, but for the
      > sake
      > of simplicity and validation, use software instead. It's muchless
      > error-prone and often faster. You can choose between putting a script on
      > your website, or a local software application. There are several options
      > availible. Otherwise, look here, for a tutorial on writing your own RSS
      > Feed: http://www.podcast411.com/howto_1.html
      >


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    • shogirl76
      Hi! I just put up my first podcast this week. I need the help of more experienced podcasters in getting some sutff set. It is a knitting podcast with music
      Message 2 of 5 , Mar 15, 2007
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        Hi!

        I just put up my first podcast this week. I need the help of more
        experienced podcasters in getting some sutff set. It is a knitting
        podcast with music lifted from music.Podshow.com - if the content is
        your bag them please give it a listen and let me know what you think
        (remember that I can't afford a better program than garageband to
        record on right now). If the content is not your thin then please take
        a look at where I have the info listed and advise me about how to make
        it more accessible. I am a learn as you go type and need tons of help
        get some kinks out as far as setting up links.

        I have a quick podcast account with godaddy - http://moonlightstitches.com

        Then I also listed my link to the episode on my blog -
        http://moonlightstitches.blogspot.com

        Ideally, I would want a better link for downloading on the website and
        a download link on the blog as well since I know that I have seen that
        on other's blogger accounts.

        Any advice is welcome but I, though I can figure enough out, I often
        get lost in the tech language so I will not be offended, in fact I
        will deeply appreciate, dumbed down tech language in any explanations.

        Thank you!!!
        Anne
      • Katronix Serf
        Before I listen to the podcast, fyi: most of us (at least those of us on Macs) use Garageband, Version 3.0 of it is very good and if your still using version
        Message 3 of 5 , Mar 15, 2007
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          Before I listen to the podcast, fyi: most of us (at least those of us on
          Macs) use Garageband, Version 3.0 of it is very good and if your still
          using version 2.0 that's not bad either.

          Welcome to the podio-shere

          Kat aka Chris

          shogirl76 wrote:
          >
          > Hi!
          >
          > I just put up my first podcast this week. I need the help of more
          > experienced podcasters in getting some sutff set. It is a knitting
          > podcast with music lifted from music.Podshow.com - if the content is
          > your bag them please give it a listen and let me know what you think
          > (remember that I can't afford a better program than garageband to
          > record on right now). If the content is not your thin then please take
          > a look at where I have the info listed and advise me about how to make
          > it more accessible. I am a learn as you go type and need tons of help
          > get some kinks out as far as setting up links.
          >
          > I have a quick podcast account with godaddy -
          > http://moonlightstitches.com <http://moonlightstitches.com>
          >
          > Then I also listed my link to the episode on my blog -
          > http://moonlightstitches.blogspot.com
          > <http://moonlightstitches.blogspot.com>
          >
          > Ideally, I would want a better link for downloading on the website and
          > a download link on the blog as well since I know that I have seen that
          > on other's blogger accounts.
          >
          > Any advice is welcome but I, though I can figure enough out, I often
          > get lost in the tech language so I will not be offended, in fact I
          > will deeply appreciate, dumbed down tech language in any explanations.
          >
          > Thank you!!!
          > Anne
          >
          >

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