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My new blog's finally up...
I've gotten the hang of Blogger now to be productive, although I still haven't published to JasonSalas.com from my mobile or from e-mail, but I hope to give it a shot sometime this weekend. And I still can't find where to access my stats, if such a feature...
Posted: Oct 15 2005, 12:43 PM by guam-aspdev | with no comments
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iTunes Music Store should adopt subscription for TV programming
I suggested when pontificating over the merits of the iTunes Music Store's for-purchase method of ABC network television programming a permanent subscription format. This can easily be done by applying the proven opt-in concept of RSS, perfectly marrying...
I'm moving...
I finally setup JASONSALAS.COM, so I'll be replicating/archiving some of my blog posts over the next day or so as I transition content to my new domain . I've not used Blogger as a publishing tool before, so setting up some of the feed and archive directories...
Posted: Oct 12 2005, 01:00 PM by guam-aspdev | with 4 comment(s)
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Finding your voice: recording tips for mic-shy podcasters
A friend that I got interested in the podcasting revolution wrote me and gave giving recording time-shifted digital audio a try. Not surprisingly he was sheepish and self-critical not only about the finished product, but of the voicing process in general...
Little orange nightmare: Microsoft's new state-mindful RSS iconography
Microsoft announced a series of icons under consideration to represent various states of an RSS feed in IE7, perhaps in addition to using the proposed "Pod" graphic . I've got to say I like this idea in theory...although it's certainly subject to mass...
Posted: Oct 09 2005, 10:04 AM by guam-aspdev | with 1 comment(s)
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Barry Diller and I see eye-to-eye...sort of
Billionaire Barry Diller of IAC evidently ruffled some feathers at the Web 2.0 Conference , saying: "...Diller made some comments disparaging those who create content on the Web that only a handful of people will ever see. " When you get into forms of...
Microsoft using new little orange "Pod" graphic for podcasts
Well, when Microsoft said it wanted to refer to RSS-packaged content as "web feeds " , they weren't kidding. MarketWatch reports that Microsoft is now starting to offer podcasts, referring to them as such, but using a new little orange graphic to vsiaully...
The necessity of "groupie" blogging
On any given night, during the course of anchoring an hour-long newscast I'll read between 35-40 stories. The variation of the types of reports is noteworthy - most being rehashed press releases, teases of upcoming community events, follow-ups on past...
Posted: Oct 03 2005, 09:48 PM by guam-aspdev | with 5 comment(s)
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Working with RSS-based PSPCasting
I've been looking into PSPCasting - publishing feeds with podcast-like <ENCLOSURE> tags containing references to video files to which PlayStation Portables can subscribe - as a means of distributing news video and imagery. I'm trying to give people...
Is a blog without an RSS feed *really* a blog?
I just now had a very Scoble-ian thought: can a blog without an RSS feed to which people can subscribe really be considered a blog? I've been discovering several sites lately that claim to have blogs, and they pretty much hit the mark in terms of features...
Posted: Sep 26 2005, 04:21 PM by guam-aspdev | with 6 comment(s)
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