Perfect Podcasting

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Infinite Ideas, 2005 - Computers - 182 pages
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Podcasting doesn't require an iPod; anyone with a computer, an MP3 player, or in some cases even a phone or a pair of shades can play podcasts. It requires very little technological know-how to set up, listen to, or even make your own programmes. Podcasting: The ultimate starter kit takes a light-hearted, friendly and refreshingly jargon-free look at eveything you need to know to get started, and with its free start-up CD it couldn't be easier. With the help of Podcasting, you can find out how to set up your software and record podcasts, where to go to find programmes on anything from religion to Radio 4, how to troubleshoot without shooting yourself in the foot, and even how to make and distribute your own podcasts. It's all covered, so in no time at all you could be listening to the highlights of your favourite radio programme, or even podcasting your own show about your views on Saturday's match

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About the author (2005)

Steve Shipside has been writing about technology and media for fifteen years, for newspapers, magazines, and websites including The Guardian, Internet Magazine, MacUser, Wired, and BBC.co.uk. The author of a dozen books on such subjects as travel, technology, and extreme sports he finds his own broad-ranging tastes often better catered for by the bizarre world of podcasting than by mainstream media. A confirmed podperson he genuinely believes that the ability to listen to radio Tagalog while underwater is proof that there is hope yet for the future of mankind.

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