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Podcasting Rewards
06/20/2008

Getting started with podcasting is a relatively inexpensive venture. The equipment and software required for podcasting is inexpensive for a business contemplating podcasting as a new marketing and communication adventure.

Required Equipment
1. A Computer Capable of Recording Audio
2. Recording and Editing Software (RecordForAll Suggested - US$39.00)
3. Podcast Creation Software (FeedForAll Suggested - US$39.00)
4. A Microphone
5. A Recording Location (quiet, without any echo)

Reaping The Podcasting Rewards

The Associated Press Looking to Develop Blogging Guidelines
06/18/2008

The Associated Press, following criticism from bloggers over an AP assertion of copyright, plans to meet this week with a bloggers group to help form guidelines under which AP news stories could be quoted online.


Jim Kennedy, the APs director of strategic planning, said Monday that he planned to meet Thursday with Robert Cox, president of the Media Bloggers Association, as part of an effort to create standards for online use of AP stories by bloggers that would protect AP content without discouraging bloggers from legitimately quoting from it.

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The Attributes of a Perfect Link
06/17/2008

Webmasters are given the advice that they must attract links, but the key is not just to attract links... they need to attract good links. But what is the perfect link? The search for the perfect link need not be a quest in vain. Consider the following when attempting to attract links...

The Attributes of a Perfect Link

Podcast Consumer Profile
06/13/2008

Podcast consumers are more likely to have a college degree and earn in excess of $75,000. They are also more frequent online shoppers and spend more money online than other Americans. These consumers are also adverse to interruption based advertising and use pop up blockers, SPAM filters and other tools to block out commercials.

Podcast Consumer Profile

Google RSS to HTML Wizard
06/12/2008

Embed a Dynamic Feed Control on your web page and let your users see customized views of the feeds. Customize how the dynamic feed control should be displayed, and the Google wizard will write the code for you.  

FEMA Adds RSS Feeds
06/11/2008

The US Federal Emergency Management Agency has added RSS Feeds. Now you can receive emergency alerts via RSS.

Government Website Improvements
06/10/2008

Government web sites have been a joke for almost as long as there have been web sites. They tend to be slow, clunky, and far behind their private-sector counterparts. All three presidential candidates have signaled that they want the federal government to make better use of the Internet, but there is a real danger that the next administration will simply add another coat of lipstick to a very ugly pig.

A new paper from researchers at Princeton University suggests a different strategy.

The focus should be on providing raw public data such as regulatory decisions, Congressional votes, and campaign finance data in open, structured formats such as RSS and XML. This raw data would be made freely and publicly available to anyone who wanted it and could be used for any purpose.

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LA Times Gets Web 2.0
05/27/2008

Paul Bradshaw is not a psychologist. He just plays one on the Internet.

Calling himself an amateur psychotherapist to the blogerati, the U.K. blogger has identified common psychological complaints of bloggers and social media addicts as they adapt to the demands of new technologies.

Among them:
-- Comment guilt: Feelings of worthlessness and frustration that they don't comment more frequently on other peoples blogs.

-- Twitter rage: Extreme psychopathic episodes directed at microblogging service outages (the most acute case currently being studied: TechCrunchs Mike Arrington)

-- Twitterhoeia: The uncontrollable urge to share mundane experiences with Twitter followers (Arrington currently taking part in a case study)

-- Six degrees of separation syndrome (also known as Robert Scoble multiple personality disorder): The delusion that he or she is just one friend removed from anyone else in the world and compulsively adds friends on social networks

-- RSS reader Sisyphus complex: No matter how much time is spent checking RSS reader, there are still 8,978 posts unread.

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RSS Advertising Growth
05/21/2008

Pheedo, the leading provider of RSS advertising, today announced that Gawker Media, publisher of several of the webs most popular media properties including Gizmodo and Lifehacker, experienced more than 300 percent growth in RSS advertising revenue in the first quarter of 2008.

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China Unable to Stop Content Flow
05/20/2008

China is now home to the worlds largest number of Internet and mobile phone users, and their hunger for quake news is forcing the government to let information flow in ways it has not before.

Almost nonstop, the uncensored opinions of Chinese citizens are popping up online, sent by text and instant message across a country shaken by its worst earthquake in three decades.

Who Owns Content?
05/13/2008

PC Mag takes on the question of who owns content, especially where RSS Feeds are concerned:

Every day people put virtual truckloads of information into the public domain. Books are published. Newspapers printed. A lot of that ends up on the Internet as well, along with the words of bloggers and other online denizens. All of these people make content public so that others can hopefully benefit from it.

Once it is out in the public domain, who owns it? Well, the author of course, or in some cases, their employers. That makes sense when we're talking about a web Wage. But sometimes, in order to make it easier for people to find and read the information, it is delivered as an RSS feed. RSS breaks down the information into article-sized chunks and streams it out so that news-reading tools can grab it and display it for users.

MyTVRSS
05/12/2008

Create your own TV RSS Feed using MyTVRSS. Select your favorite shows below, and then click Create feed to generate your own personalized RSS feed. We will then alert you through the RSS feed the day an episode is aired.

National Intelligence Adopts RSS
05/07/2008

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which controls 16 federal agencies that make up the U.S. intelligence community, is engaged in a technological revolution of sorts.

On at least one technological front, the office on Tuesday broke out an RSS feed on its flashy, newly designed public web site.

Job Seeking RSS Feeds
05/01/2008

A guide for using RSS feeds for jobseeking.

By their very nature, regularly updated sites that advertise jobs are ideal platforms for RSS technology. The feeds should be categorised or customisable to your interests and always be free for you to access. Jobseeking is an ideal candidate for RSS technology.

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Choose a Domain
04/29/2008

Choosing a domain is one of the first steps in establishing an online presence. Changing a domain after-the-fact can be time consuming, and can be harmful to search engine ranking, so it is best to get it right the first time around. Follow these simple steps to select a domain name that will represent your online brand...

Choose a Domain

Dilbert Goes RSS
04/28/2008

The new Dilbert.com offers the poupular comic via RSS Feeds.

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