Blog posts tagged "podcasting"
July 5, 2005⇒ MarkP: “it appears that iTunes uses a real, draconian, namespace-aware XML parser… “.
except that namespaces are case-insensitive. (just keeps getting better)0. (Aside apple, itunes, podcasting, rss, xml)
June 28, 2005⇒ Edd’s first look at iTunes RSS extensions.
Verdict: gob-smackingly ignorant, daft, and nuts. (okay, he thinks they did a decent job in a handful of cases)0. (Aside apple, itunes, podcasting, rss, xml)
⇒ Stop the presses, Dave Winer makes sense, sounds reasonable.
Takes Apple to task for their lame podcasting extension. They make MSFT look clueful. (Yes prefixes are syntactic sugar, but that isn’t how they’re used in the RSS community)0. (Aside apple, microsoft, podcasting, rss, winer)
February 24, 2005⇒ 2nd podcast I’ve ever listened to. (Maciej’s was the first).
Has anyone done work on the importance of ego in blogging and readership?0. (Aside blogging, podcasting)
February 1, 2005⇒ mediageek: Repeat After Me: “Podcasting is NOT Pirate Radio”.
Not to discourage anyone 😉0. (Aside media, pirate, podcasting, radio)
December 4, 2004⇒ Danny on Podcasting over Gmail.
“The cynic in me imagines an alternate system, involving email newsletters, attachments and a local mail client”0. (Aside gmail, podcasting, quotable)