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This article discusses Podget and iPodder.
Almost anyone with Audacity, a microphone, and the proper plugins can create an MP3 audio file on any subject they wish to discuss. So what's the difference between that and podcasting? Timing and delivery. Podcasting assumes that there will be subsequent offerings, not just a one-time speech. If you use RSS the same way that news and blog sites do, your subscribers can be notified when a new offering becomes available.

Podcast receivers, then, must at a minimum be able to monitor RSS subscriptions and download new MP3 files when available. Some are just that simple. Others add a lot of functionality beyond the basics
 read more | mail this link | score:7135 | -Ray, November 26, 2005
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