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Introducing .... the WIKICast!
Fri Dec 17 02:24:30 2004 | Prev | Next

UPDATE: FIXED!!!

So Mark Hopkins sent me an email a few days ago about my post on a podcasting service. He wanted to let me know that he had created something similar to what I was talking about in my post. Well after a few things got ironed out and things got rolling, sure enough it was REALLY SIMPLE to start your own podcast stream with this site and I am hooked.

Here is my own podcast RSS feed.

BUT, I also still remember something that a friend of mine did a while back (as well as Chris Pirillo.....but my friend was first ;)) which was have people call a number and leave a voicemail and then post the audio on a site. I love that concept. So I wanted to do the same sometime. Well, now that podcasting is all the rage and there are awesome tools for listening to podcast feeds, AND Mark came along with his awesome site, its time! Introducing the WikiCast (short for Wiki Podcast):

http://rizzn.net/Scripts/podcast/rss/wikicast.xml

Just call the phone number, leave a message, and its posted on the wikicast! Eventually I may post the phone number here, but for now just email me, IM me, call me, whatever and I will send it to you. Also, feel free to spread the word and the number. Just make sure that you give the number to a person and not post it for all to see.

This should really be interesting. I will post later depending on how things go.

J.P.

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