Thanks for this.
One thing I liked when I did Radio Edutalk was by doing the show live I felt no pressure to edit the archives, beyond a bit of levelling and trimming my technical problems at the start of a nicecast broadcast.
One of the values, to me, of listening to a podcast is the extra information, often emotional, that is carried by the voice. This research linked might support that premiss.
As podcasting gets a lot more professional, one of the downsides might be the loss of the unedited voice.
Yesterday I read Alan’s post Right? or Choice? To Repair (or Joy Thereof) #DLINQDigDetox – CogDogBlog. One thing in particular caught my eye:
And yes extend broken devices to broken technology. Can’t play old flash content? Try Ruffle.
I’d not heard of Ruffle, but I though it was worth a quick try. I searched my hard drive and was delighted to find rommy.swf.
I don’t suppose it is of much use in the classroom now, back in the HyperCard days I though the idea of pupils creating mazes and then getting their partners to write instructions to go through them was a good one. I had not see it else where is such an easy to use fashion.
The featured image is a gif captured with licecap, it doesn’t make the annoying beeping that the real one does.
A rich list, adding to the already overflowing pool of podcasts. I like to listen to a range of non-Edu podcasts. Even with two 40 minute plus commutes every day I still can’t get through much. Like you I really only listen to podcasts while driving. There are a couple of things that I find useful.
Castro, is a podcasting app that lets you sub to many podcasts but triage the ones you want to hear into you “queue”.
The other is Huffduffer, this is a bookmarklet that will pull individual episodes into your own RSS feed which you can then sub to. It will even rip YouTube videos to audio and host the mp3 for 30 days. https://huffduffer.com/johnjohnston is mine. Now I am off to huffduff some of your suggestions:-)
One of the first 623 sites! Blows my mind. Way beyond early adopter.
There should be a badge or medal.
#tdc3188 #ds106 I now have heard how to pronounce Phenakistoscope (I still can’t say it). This reminds me of a rabbithole @cogdog sent me down and lead to
I might have to play again now…
Alan, you might like Multi WP Blog search from a while back. Local storage could make it actually useful.
10 years ago today I had my First couple of days with an iPad. Found via one of my favourite WordPress plugins @cogdog’s wp-posted-today. A reminder of who my blog is for, me. Mining old thoughts is fascinating.
Alan, I am with @mrkrndvs, ”
“. Even cookies/local storage handy to store state without DB. (This is a fascinating thread)
I think I’d guess that a post with Glitch, Remix, and Exquisite Corpse in the title is one that is I’d be interested in;-)
Glitch is a pretty interesting place. Interestingly I made something there a while back of which Kevin was the only user!
Excited to see what range of things you get up to with glitch.