When the latest version of iTunes, with new functionality to hear podcasts, was launched at the end of June, an Apple spokesman was quoted saying “We’ve tried to include as many [podcasts] as possible” in the iTunes directory, and, “We’re not trying to be the gatekeeper of podcasting”. But by having and policing a directory […]
Wikis are great for supporting long-term or large-scale collaborative projects, enabling multiple team members to edit the same document, with the scope to view or ‘roll back to’ older versions. But for smaller projects the ‘entry cost’ of configuring them correctly and getting your material into wiki format, which is not standard HTML, can be […]
It’s almost exactly a year since I posted my review of BBC 6 Music as a learning resource on this site, and nearly eight months since I commented on the disappearance of some of the web resources from the 6 Music web site. Now 6 Music has begun a weekly podcast of speech highlights from […]
Having initially reviewed four playlist sharing services, three providers of further services have let me know of what they’re doing in this area. I’ve already posted addenda on FIQL and Mixmatcher. Here are some comments on the GoFish playlist service, and a consolidated comparison table.
Due to other commitments, it’s unlikely that I’ll be posting new entries here until the second half of July. In the meantime, a quick reminder about my collection of Furl bookmarks, to mark the fact that I recently passed the 1,000 figure since I started organising them.
After my original review of playlist sharing services, and FIQL addendum, I’ve been contacted again, this time from Ben of Mixmatcher. So here’s a quick canter through a review, based on my experience of setting up the same-old, same-old playlist using Mixmatcher.