Audio tomfoolery

Tomfoolery is, of course, a whole level up from mere fool­ery, and for the past two days I have been heav­ily engaged in it. I speak of pod­cast­ing.

Basically, I now have a par­al­lel blog, which is loc­ated here: This blog will host spoken chapters from Déjà Vu. It’s at an early stage at the moment, and only the geeks among you will be inter­ested in the com­plex inter­ac­tion between RSS stand­ards (Atom, etc.) and things you must do to have iTunes dis­play your pod­cast in its dir­ect­ory.

If any read­ers of this blog have time on their hands, I would appre­ci­ate some feed­back on the new pod­cast blog. Is the text read­able? Is it obvi­ous what you have to do if you want to listen to the pod­cast, or — gulp — sub­scribe to it?

So, to sum­mar­ize, you can now sub­scribe to the pod­cast in iTunes, copy this link into your favour­ite pod­cast down­load soft­ware, or even sub­scribe using a basic RSS feed read­er and down­load each epis­ode manu­ally. And let me know how you get on!

You’ll notice that I’ve uploaded one entry already, which is mostly con­cerned with set­ting out what I’ll be doing. It’s not the most enter­tain­ing five minutes you’ll ever spend, but, in the begin­ning, I’ll be on a fairly steep broad­cast­ing learn­ing curve. I should have the first install­ment of Déjà Vu up by the end of the week. Why should you tune in? Well, my first post should address that.

Author: Ian Hocking

Writer and psychologist.

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