May 14, 2006
Podcasting Legal Guide
Podcasting Legal Guide: Rules for the Revolution by Colette Vogele, Esq. of Vogele & Associates, Stanford Center for Internet and Society, Mia Garlick of Creative Commons, Stanford Center for Internet and Society, and The Berkman Center Clinical Program in Cyberlaw, Harvard Law School.
February 13, 2006
Rodney McPhail of the Dept. of Biological Science, Purdue University has reviewed a product in his blog: Pod Podagogy.
The product is iPresent for Mac only. This manages creation of slideshows and managing them on the iPod for slideshow presentations. PPT, Keynote and PDFs are supported.
THIS IS NOT ENHANCED PODCASTS as my first impression was. But anyways, good to learn about a new professor, a new product and a new blog at the same time.
There are other cool software at http://www.zapptek.com/index.html for making your iPod into a PDA, document tex-to-speech etc.
January 23, 2006
Absenteeism in UC Berkley
Prof finds attendance down to 20% after a compbination of media was made available for download. This is a undergraduate course in computers. The media available were: podcasts, videos, handouts and detailed notes.
This is a little different application of Podcasting compared to your usual story about a lecture being podcast. This is about podcasting meetings at the Center for Digital Imaging Arts (CDIA) at Boston University. They are podcasting meetings of thier Production Practicum project. Cooler, we get.