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A Podcasting Blog from Podcasting Tools - Daily Podcasting News and Information for Podcasters and Listeners.

Daily Podcasting Blog and news related to podcasting, RSS, podcast news and aggregation. Information related to podcasts are added on a daily business and cover the gamut, from new podcast product announcements, podcast directories, marketing for podcasters and much, much more.

07/30/2007 Best Sound Program for 2007
RecordForAll competed for the coveted prize against ALSong by ESTsoft, DAccord iChords by DAccord Music Software and Winamp Pro by NullSoft. RecordForAll emerged as the overall winner collecting the largest number of votes in the  Best Sound Programcategory for the year 2007.

07/28/2007 IBM Posted Podcasting Code of Conduct
IBM implemented a code of conduct for employees contemplating podcasting. Most of the items make sense for anyone who has a corporate job.
07/27/2007 Peoples Choice Podcast Awards Announced
The nominations for the Peoples Choice Podcasting Awards are in. The nominations really cover the spectrum from well-known to not so well known.There are 10 nominees in each category.  Voting will open on July 28th and close on August 11, 2007.
07/26/2007 iPhone Numbers Disappoint
AT&T Inc. wiped some of the glow off Apple iPhone on Tuesday, releasing numbers that showed fewer people than expected signed up for service in the first two days of the multimedia cell phone's release.

AT&T — the iPhone exclusive carrier — said it activated 146,000 iPhones on June 29 and 30, a number that disappointed investors following some analyst forecasts that Apple would sell 500,000 or more iPhones in its first weekend.

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07/24/2007 Podcasting Knowledgebase
Got questions about podcasting? Do not be afraid to ask! Questions and answers are visible in the Podcasting Knowledgebase. Questions are answered every few days and they cover the gamut!
07/24/2007 iPhone Security Issues
Hackers could take control of an iPhone if its owner visits a doctored Web site or Internet hotspot, security researchers reported Monday.

The vulnerability of the vaunted device, Apple Inc first cell phone, is only theoretical for now. There are no reports of criminals actually taking advantage of the security glitch to remotely access an iPhone.

But if it were exploited, hijacked iPhones could be very useful to the same gangs that take over personal computers and use them to disseminate spam, said Charlie Miller, principal security analyst at Independent Security Evaluators, which discovered the flaw.

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07/20/2007 Podcasting Advertising Organization
ADM is an industry association focused on providing standards for advertising and audience measurement for episodic and downloadable media.

ADM has a mission statement:

To provide leadership in and organization of advertising and audience measurement standards, research, education and advocacy to all those involved in portable media (Podcasts/ATOM/RSS media enclosures) across the Internet, iPods, MP3 players, mobile devices, P2P and other upcoming platforms.
07/19/2007 PoducateMe
This PoducateMe guide looks pretty comprehensive for those interested in learning the ins and outs of podcasting.
07/19/2007 Podcasting Real Estate - NYTimes
House and apartment listings that are read aloud so they can be loaded onto an iPod player for the morning commute; video tours of faraway villas, accessible with the click of a mouse. Video and audio file-sharing, technologies already so popular for entertainment and communications, are giving real estate buyers and sellers a variety of new tools for finding and marketing properties.

It is in American real estate that the sharing of audio and video files over the Internet has caught on most quickly — with video tours of homes now widely available — but property markets in the rest of the world also are beginning to embrace the idea.

The popularity of the Apple iPod and other digital media players now has consumers comfortable with the idea of carrying their favorite audio — and, more recently, video — selections wherever they go. At the same time, the growth of Web sites like YouTube and of Internet podcasts of radio, television and online content has made uploading and downloading files routine for many people.

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Real Estate Feeds and Podcasts
07/10/2007 Lawyers Use RSS and Podcasting
Lawyers have never been known as a technical bunch, but more and more often you see a lawyer with a palm pilot making appointments and a blackberry for those urgent messages. Electronic gadgets are now common in the courthouses across the US. Lawyers have increased productivity by utilizing technology so it should come as no surprise that lawyers are using RSS feeds as a means to grow and manage their practices.

How Lawyers Use RSS and Podcasting
07/09/2007 Web Access is Achilles Heel for iPhone
Complaints about the speed of the network that Apples new iPhone connects to points to the need for a new broadband wireless network in the U.S.

The iPhone uses ATTs EDGE network, which ATT says averages speeds of 100 kilobits to 150 kilobits per second. But one review in the Wall Street Journal called the network pokey, and a review in the New York Times called the network excruciatingly slow, saying users may almost ache for a dial-up modem.
07/09/2007 iPhone Hack Publicized
Hacker Jon Lech Johansen, known widely as DVD Jon, has cracked Apples iPhone activation, or so he claims, meaning that iPhone buyers will be able to activate and use the new handset without having to commit to an AT&T wireless contract. Johansen announced his feat in a blog post entitled iPhone Independence Day.

The Norwegian cracker initially made a name for himself eight years ago when he cracked the encryption code on DVDs. And last year, he cracked the digital rights management code that prevents iPod users from playing songs purchased from competing online music stores.

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07/03/2007 iPhone Glitches
AT&T Inc said on Monday delays in activating service for customers of Apple Inc iPhone had been mostly resolved after the wireless company worked out the problems on a case-by-case basis.

About 2 percent of those who bought iPhones since they went on sale Friday faced delays in activation with AT&T, the exclusive U.S. service provider for the widely anticipated cell phone, according to a source familiar with the matter.
07/03/2007 Twittergrams
Dave Winer of RSS fame has introduced the TwitterGram and a TwitterGram web service, which lets you send 200K MP3 sound files instead of text messages.
07/03/2007 Podcast Awards
Nominations for the Podcast Awards are open until July 5th! 2007 Podcast Awards Nominations are now open. You get one chance to Nominate the shows of your choosing. Please fill out the nomination form completely before submitting.
07/02/2007 Podcast Peer Awards
There's only two weeks left to vote for nominations for the third Podcast Peer Awards. You can vote for the existing nominees, or nominate someone who has been overlooked.

The top five qualifying nominees in each category will go to the final round of voting, where over 500 PPA members will pick the best of the best.

07/02/2007 DragonCon Podcasting and Parsec Awards
According to their website DragonCon is one of the largest fan and culture conferences in the world. They are running a conference and hosting podcast awards August 31-September 3rd.
07/02/2007 EUTube
The European Commission is turning to video-sharing Web site to disseminate information about the workings of the European Union to its citizens, through a new channel on the site called EUtube, it announced Friday.
06/27/2007 Podcasting History
Silicon User reviews  Podcasting History and details how podcasting emerged.
06/27/2007 What is Podsafe Music
Detailed article about Podsafe Music.

The licensor of any podsafe work must be legally capable of making it so. An artist cannot distribute his or her own work through a podsafe license if doing so would break any laws or breach any standing agreements (e.g. with the RIAA). The creator of a derivative work may also not claim this work podsafe without express permission from the original copyright holders. (PMN has more specific and stringent terms to this effect in its agreement.) Another point of contention is that not all podcasts are non-commercial works; in fact, an increasing number of podcasts are taking on sponsors and looking to make a profit. In general, no significant distinction is yet made between podsafe for non-commercial use and podsafe for commercial use, but it could easily arise at any moment.

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