Three years ago today, at 11:48pm, I wrote these amazingly insightful words:
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Friday, December 9th, 2005
Looks like I am officially blogging. I am too cool for words. (Ironic, isn’t it.)
Thusly did this, my first blogging experience, begin. Pretty sad, really, but there you have it. Now here we are, three years and over 400 posts later, and I figure it’s about time I looked back to see if I’ve ever . . . → Read More: Three years of yammering on…
Free Royalty Free Music Loops, Free Royalty Free Sound Effects
A couple months ago we completed the first four podcasts our company has produced, for internal training purposes. I’ve mentioned previously some of the testing we did to get them produced, and I’ll probably go into more detail in the future on what process we ended up with and how we intend to move forward. For now, I just want to point out one aspect . . . → Read More: Free Music & sound effects for podcasts
The MASIE Center – Learning Lab & ThinkTank – PodCasting for Learning Call
I’m listening right now to this podcast. It’s got a slow start, but there are some good ideas in there. For example, around the 10 or 15 minute mark, they give some ideas for ways to use training podcasts. One example was a tour that a national park was giving. Tourists can download a tour that you stop and start as you . . . → Read More: Podcasting for learning Podcast
Video, Music, Podcasts, Audio, and Multimedia WordPress Plugins « Lorelle on WordPress
This is a great annotated list of plug-ins for WordPress users trying to add video or audio of any sort to their blog. I wish she would have put this list out months ago – it would have saved me quite a bit of time and effort.
Now I have to go through all those options and see how I can best use . . . → Read More: Multimedia Plugins for WordPress
[update: I’ve since started using the Anarchy plugin, which also makes standard hyperlinks playable, and though I’m on the fence about which technology I like better for audio (I got Anarchy for the video component), I lean toward the method described below because it’s less visually intrusive. Unfortunately, I can’t figure out how to disable the Anarchy audio player segment without disabling the whole thing, so all the example links below (and throughout this site . . . → Read More: Making MP3s playable on a website, the easy way
Hi-tech escape from Tower of London | Reuters.com
This is a very cool, [tag]interactive[/tag], [tag]technology-enabled teaching[/tag] method. Visitors to the [tag]Tower of London[/tag] can participate in a [tag]game[/tag]—powered by GPS, a Windows CE hand-held system, audio files, and real interactions with guards—to help famous prisoners from the Tower’s past escape. Along the way, you learn a lot about [tag]history[/tag] and the Tower.
This is a really exciting step up from an audio tour, in my . . . → Read More: Hi-tech escape from Tower of London
I mentioned in a previous post that I was experimenting with [tag]Podcasting[/tag] for [tag]training[/tag] purposes at work. I thought it might be nice to share what I’ve learned so far, the process I went through, and for better or worse, the result.
The point of this exercise was two-fold: to experiment with the technology and tools, and to introduce potential uses of podcasting to a training industry audience focused in a [tag]manufacturing company[/tag]. The original . . . → Read More: Podcasting for corporate training example – how I did it
Well, I’m working on podcasting technology for work, so I figured I’d better get my feet wet and learn how to do it. As such, here is a lame example of me talking into a microphone for 16 seconds (approximately):
Incidentally, this player is Google’s, as seen in Gmail. Not the prettiest, but it’s the only one I could figure out how to use with WordPress, so far.
As podcasting hosts go, Odeo.com . . . → Read More: Odeo podcasting