Conference podcasts follow after the conference. Listen to podcasts of selected media blog presentations.

RSS Feeds

Jeff Knowlton
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/jeff knowlton.xml

McKenzie Wark
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/mckenzie wark.xml

Alex Halavais
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/alex halavais.xml

Paul Vanouse
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/paul vanouse.xml

Nathan Martin
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/nathan martin.xml

Elizabeth Goodman
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/elizabeth goodman.xml


Patrick Lichty
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/patrick lichty.xml

Chris Salter
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/chris salter.xml

Geert Lovink
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/geert lovink.xml

Kenneth Fields

part 1
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/kenneth fields.xml

part 2
http://trebor.audioblog.com/rss/kenneth fields pt2.xml

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Podcasting? Help!

What is a podcast?
Podcasting allows you to automatically download audio files to your MP3 player through your computer. You can listen to conference presentations on the airplane, bus or subway.

You only need a PC or Mac, an internet connection, and the podcasting software that is available for free.

  • Get the free ipodder software
  • Install it on your computer
  • Follow the directions to choose podcasts.
  • The software should transfer the downloaded podcasts to an audio player on your computer after you subscribed to a particular rss feed (available at http://podcast.newmediaeducation.org).

You can listen to your latest download on your computer - or when you synch your MP3 player the latest podcasts will be transferred and you can take the presentations everywhere you go!

What is an RSS feed?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and it feeds content from all over the WWW into your computer. Instead of browsing through  websites online, you save the feeds from the sites you like with an "RSS Reader" or "RSS Aggregator." Now you can view updates from all the feeds.

Download iPodder (free)

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