‘Podcasting’ Category

Matt M On WordPress Weekly

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May 27th, 2008
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Matt Mullenweg and surprise special guest, Andy Peatling of the BuddyPress project stopped by for a one hour live interview on the WordPress Weekly Podcast. Within this interview, a number of questions were answered in regards to WordPress Trademark and logo usage, status updates on Akismet, Bbpress, TalkPress, BuddyPress, WordPress.com, WordPress.org, Theme Repository, Gravatar, the role that Warwick will play within Automattic, an explanation as to how the 2.5 administration redesign became a reality, how much influence do the end users of WordPress have on the development of the project, and last but not least, we discussed the Google Gears implementation into WordPress 2.6. The interview was conducted by yours truly. I apologize up front for the first 15 minutes of the show. While the interview was taking place, a chord on the speaker phone device was accidentally pulled out, causing it to reboot. Matt later called in with his […]

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Extremely Easy Podcasting with Cinch

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February 19th, 2008
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Blogging News, Cool Scripts, Podcasting, WordPress

Cinch is a very easy way for a blogger to create interesting Podcasts with no equipment of any kind except for a phone. Follow the instructions below (or as on their website) to test it out quickly for yourself. Call (646) 200-0000 from any phone (You have to know the number/callerID of this phone, Skype would probably not work) Thats it! BlogTalkRadio puts out a podcast feed with an MP3 at a pre-defined URI. Just visit http://cinch.blogtalkradio.com/number_you_called_from¬†¬† (replace number_you_called_from with your phone number) Use some sort of a plugin for WordPress to import the said feed into your blog and you be podcastin’! The only major drawback I see is the phone number at the end of the RSS URI. Since this would probably be exposed over the web, if I were concerned about my phone number, this method would not work for me. However if you import the RSS […]

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