Radio Doc Sources
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Here are bookmarks to various places and people where Al Macintyre has found Radio Documentation, and related aids. More introduction to this directory document. Sequence by source is reverse alphabetical surname. Within a person, links to documents, are first beginner stuff, second more advanced.
- T Bryce Yehl
- Mark Woods
- Phil Wolff
- Dave Winer
- Clark Venable
- Downstreamer Tool for Radio Userland - the opposite of upstreaming - send other people stuff for you to analyse on your desk top PC.
- This software was written by Seth Dillingham at Macrobyte Resources. (See Unknown)
- Hmm, I wonder if this could help with backup recovery?
- Your PC had a melt down and you not done a backup recently, then you trying reconstruction. You might be able to use this to Publish in reverse from web site to replacement desk top???
- Paolo Valdemarin
- This is not documentation but upgrades to improve your Radio.
- Theme Tool
- With this you can edit your Templates in a WYSIWYG Editor, such as Macromedia Dreamweaver or Adobe GoLive, so you may not have to know HTML to manage the appearance of your Radio site better than now.
- RSS Distiller Tool
- This makes it easier for you to add sites to your News Aggregation.
- You can also join results of several filters into a single feed and export your filters to share your feeds with other RssDistiller users
- Radio Userland Documentation
- Here is a tool to capture Breaking News Aggregation not on the basis of RSS particular web sites, but on the basis of the kind of subject matter that is of interest to you. I say Unknown because I not sure yet who to credit with being the tool maker for News Interceptor.
- Macrobyte Resources offers Form Generation Tool for Radio and Frontier sites. (See Clark Venable).
- Oh! Radio is a collection of links to Radio aids: Tutorials; Articles; some I have seen before, and some more places to explore. They have a FAQ on What is Radio?
- Jon Udell
- Andy Sylvester
- Don W Strickland
- Brent Simmons
- Dan Shafer
- Check the comments on this request for weblog resources
- Jake Savin
- Sam Ruby
- John Robb
- Mark Pilgrim
- Dive into Accessibility
- I did not have the nerve to touch HTML on my Radio Site until Mark got me going with his simple lessons, one step at a time.
- Everything you ever wanted to know about Jaguar (Mac OS X 10.2)
- Phillip Pearson
- Mark Paschal
- Steve Outing
- Taxonomy (Terminology) of Types of Weblogging
- Some people may disagree a bit how he has categorized various kinds of communities and styles of Weblogs, but this is an excellent introduction to the beginner about the flexible variety out there.
- Weblog Resource Page
- O'Reilly Network
- Mark Nottingham
- Matt Neuburg
- Matt Mower
- Live Topics tool enhances Radio Knowledge Management.
- If I am understanding this correctly, we get some macros added to the Radio collection, which lets us assign topics or subjects to our posts, existing ones and any new ones. We can then get a table of contents that links to what we have done on the subjects we have assigned.
- Dan Mitchell
- Ian McKenzie
- He calls it Ian's Messy Desk, but I call it an excellent example of Radio Outlining worth emulating.
- Mikel Maron
- This is not documentation but an upgrade to improve your Radio.
- He upgraded his News Views Tool into My Radio
- Al Macintyre
- Scott Loftesness
- Notes on Customizing Radio with links to the various tools he found, and links to Radio Userland documentation that he found to be particularly helpful, and other people like I have listed here.
- Russ Lipton
- Jenny Levine
- Wei-Meng Lee
Understanding Weblogs article that shows you how to build a simple weblog using Radio UserLand, then she explains some fundamentals behind weblogging.
- Rich Kuslan
- Al thinks Asia Business Intelligence does a good job of identifying what those symbols are on Radio Weblogs - a lot of people don't know what those white on orange geeky things are. Scroll down to bottom of stuff on left side.
- Mike Krus
- Rick Klau
- Garth Kidd
- Doug Kaye
- Scott Johnson
- Scott's Radio = a collection of stuff about Radio
- Scott seems to be one of the most prolific suppliers of Radio documentation, outside of Radio Userland. He seems to have a good understanding for lost souls, rapidly identifying points where the official documentation says one thing but we see a different picture.
- Scott's Radio FAQ
- Scott Troubleshoots Radio
- John Hiler
- Ralph Hempel
- Andy Fragen
- Alison Fish
- Peter Drayton
- Radio Wishes on improving education connections through blog linking.
- If you are interested in an improved Search Engine of the stuff on your Weblog, and in your News Aggregation, check out Peter's Google2RSS
- Ken Dow
- Teaches a Class in Radio Weblogging
- Prerequisite = some HTML experience
- Also teaches several in Manila
- Introduction to Manila
- Mastering Manila
- Server Administration
- Location for Ken Dow (area code 519) somewhere in Ontario Canada
- He also offers personal coaching.
- Here is his blog.
- Skip Dodson
- Discussion Groups and Vendor support Lists
- Seth Dillingham
- Emmanuel Decarie
- This guy is offering an e-commerce Inventory Application using Frontier and Radio Userland. Documentation is in French and in English. He also has an early warning system. If your Frontier Server goes down, it will still manage to call home via e-mail, which presumably some people can convert to notify people via pager or IM or some other communication method. You can read his DocServer2Man via Unix. He has Frontier documentation. He has instructions how to do Manila in Chinese. Do you believe this guy? Wow!
- David Davies
- Christian Crumlish (xian)
- whose Weblog is Radio Free Blogistan seems to be on a quest to define technical differences of different Blog software, starting with Radio vs. Moveable Type ... Al cut and pasted some of this into Blog Software MT and RU, intending to comment further when Al time permits.
- Here is his outline for tutorial on TSS and other stuff.
- Jeff Cheney
- Craig Burton
- Documentation Directory
- Tutorial on Radio Userland Channels
- This is one of the best tutorials that Al has ever seen, and in this case also heard. The interfaces are a bit different than Al accustomed to, which is a combination of Craig settings and the fact this was created over a year ago, and Radio has been upgraded since. But Craig explained a lot of stuff, including stuff that was not previously clear to Al. This may be worth viewing again some time, like going to a favorite movie or novel, and picking up more nuances on later trips.
- He has done several tutorials:
- Click on the globe to get at the simple text;
- Click on the hyperlink to experience the education.
- Define the word Blog
- Build a Radio Directory
- Dave Berry
His weblog, which is in a mixture of English and German, had some links on the right side. Go down to section headed Relevant and open up the Outline on Radio then Tools. He has links to over 20 tools there that you could use to enhance your Radio experience. Lots more stuff to explore as our time permits.
Apparently he has re-written his Radio documentation into Radio Outline Format. There is now an enormous amount of stuff to explore there.
- This is not documentation but an upgrade to improve your Radio.
- Active Renderer Suite
- At left side is how end user works the Radio Outliner.
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Last update: 01/05/2003; 1:16:54 PM.