If you’ve been looking for a tool to make podcasting much easier than using Audacity, you might want to check out Castblaster. I’ve used it for quite some time and each release it just gets better and better.
While browsing the Castblaster forums, I came across this screencast put together by Troy of the Rutters Ramblings podcast that shows a pretty complete picture of what Castblaster does.
If you don’t feel like downloading the software, but are curious as to what you could get from it, check out the screencast. Yes, it can be that easy.
Is there anything sadder than a podcaster without an iPod? I don’t think so. One podcaster is holding a fund drive to get an iPod. Check out TroyNeedsAnIPod.com.
The folks over at Raw Voice have released BluBrry, a podcasting / social networking site. I haven’t had a lot of time to play around with it, but in the time that I have spent I have run across quite a few bugs like memory errors and a link going to the default Apache installation page when going to modify your profile. To be fair, the site is in beta right now, just being released last night. It definitely looks interesting and has some of the features of the Podshow Podcast Delivery Network beta sans the actual distribution of the media.
Check out the site and let me know what you think. I’ve got the podcast loaded in and I’m curious to see what kind of response it gets.
For those who do not know, Raw Voice is the company started by Todd Cochrane, the host of the Geek News Central podcast, a podcast I listen to all the time.
Keep up the great work Todd!
On Monday’s episode of Keith and The Girl, Keith and Chemda dissect a copy of the Podshow contract that was sent to them by an anonymous listener. This was quite entertaining.
Funniest thing to me, a clause stating that you can be fired by podshow by e-mail.
Finally, if you don’t want to actually listen to the whole thing, Keith states at the conclusion of the main contract:
"And then you can sign it. Uh, Somebody did sign this one. Name – My Balls, email @yourmouth.org."
I think that pretty much states their opinion of the contract.
Will people pay for radio shows on the net? – While I can see paying a subscription for satellite – and maybe a podcast aggregator, I don’t think I’d pay show for show for a podcast. Give me advertising any day …
Are MP3 players becoming the biggest corporate security risk due to the large amount of data they can store now?
Eliot Van Buskirk asks whether Howard Stern could have been better off better off Podcasting rather than moving to satellite radio.