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  Tuesday, October 5, 2004

From Dave:

Engadget has a howto for podcasting. [Scripting News]

I'm working with Adam on deglitching the site. It's time to start doing this stuff like we mean it. I'm also way overdue for a Morning Coffee Notes. I don't know where the time goes these days. The Daily Source Codes get better every day. Adam is doing for this medium what he did for music videos on MTV in the eighties. . . [Scripting News]

From Doc:

Whole Wheat Radio's Whole Wheat Radio Audio Blog Podcast. Here's the feed. Here's the blog. WWR casts from Talkeetna, Alaska. We're real people. We have an outhouse out back. . . .

Here's their stream, which I'm listening to right now. It's an outstanding station. If you miss KPIG's live Webcast, Whole Wheat Radio will ease your surcease. You might think of WWR as folksy or charming (it's both). I think of them as heroic. What they do is the very, very best of what radio is all about.

About podcasting (now at 7,150 on Google) WWR's proprietor, Jim Kloss (who's on the air right now) writes, I haven't been this excited about the merging of audio and digital distribution since I discovered Shoutcast!

'pod it. [The Doc Searls Weblog]

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