Wednesday, November 30, 2005
"...But the professor says he no longer worries, as he once did, that pieces of his lectures will slip through the cracks. And for that, he credits a technology known as podcasting."
Monday, November 28, 2005
"Based on a survey of 366 podcasters and videobloggers, this paper examines these emerging cultural practices from aspect of production, with specific interest in producer motivations, production methods, the relationship between formats, and audience numbers."
"She doesn’t notice that the classroom material and the leisure-time entertainment are coming through the same medium and desktop utility; for her, it’s natural that school stuff would mingle with other aspects of her daily life."
Friday, November 25, 2005
"Wired News has stirred the gender pot by alleging, in the wake of this month's Portable Media and Podcasting Conference (PMPC), that podcasting has become a men's club."
"Bringing you the strangest anecdotes, most innovative technology, and most significant events in Military History."
Monday, November 21, 2005
"...lectures of Computer Science E-1: “Understanding Computers and the Internet” are available in audio and video Podcasts on iTunes, free of charge—the first time a Harvard course has been offered through this medium."