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July 12, 2005

New Feature

And a new toy for me to play with.

Over on the right side, at the very top, you will find a new section heading -- Podcasts. And below it, you can find buttons linking to podcasts that I have created. OK, so only one right now -- the podcast from my church. Click on the button, and you get a popup player that will let you listen to any of the broadcasts that have been made so far.

Soon, you can listen to the View from the Pew Radio podcast, which I am hoping to be able to do weekly (as I think I've mentioned before). It's a lot tougher to do than just doing an intro and outro for the Sunday sermon at your church, so I'm taking my time to make sure it's done well.

For those of you who have Podcasts, check out PupuPlayer v2. It's a free script (no download required) that lets you allow people to play your feed at your site. It SHOULD also show up on any subscription-tracking thing you might have (like Feedburner, which I use), so you can tell who is listening where. If I find out it doesn't, I'll let you know.

Posted by Warren Kelly at July 12, 2005 06:35 PM | TrackBack
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