Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Speaking Geekese

For those of you in JMC 163 that didn't get what Steve was talking about in class tonight, don't worry; audiocasting is easy once you get the hang of it.

And truth be told, if you use one of the programs like hipcast, you'll really never have to do much coding (unless you want to tweak it out). I also overheard a few people that didn't know what FTP was; here's a really good FTP program that I recommend.

Be sure to check out my previous post for more info on using Audacity. Like I said, it's the Photoshop of the audio world, and very powerful once you get used to using it. If anyone needs any help, be sure to shoot me an email.

One Day Podcasting Class at SJSU

For those of you (and probably most of you) that do not regularly check the SJSU events page, there's a podcasting class being held Friday from 10am-noon in IRC 210. It's free to attend; it's being hosted by Menko Johnson, an instructional consultant for the Center for Faculty Development. The price is right - it's free!

Oh, and if you wanted to get started on your own, there's a great resource page (again put up by Menko Johnson, showing how to create podcasts with Audacity and get them posted. Good stuff.