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Audio comment when added to my blog. Where is flash?

When I publish an audio comment to my blog, this is what it looks like. No flash. In order to publish, you would need to go to file attachments and browse your desktop find the file, then upload. Attach, wait a while as this happens, then submit, and wait while it uploads.

 

Ready to Graduate!

In putting my portfolio together I went back and found some shows I liked.

 The first show was week 3 , you can listen here, http://www.webcastacademy.net/files/wow203.mp3 

I like this show because, it was a show where I was in Wells, ME, and Sharon Peters, Vicki Davis and Jen Wagner were all in Atlanta at the Georgia State Conference.

 

The Real Show for Wow2, show 11

This was a great show, Susan Ettenheim, Paul Allison, Lee Baber,Dave Cormier, Sharon Peters, Vicki Davis, Cheryl Oakes, all chat about the podcasting, blogging and elggs happening among the group. Grab a cup of tea and join us.

 

The real show 10 for Wow@

Here is the posting of the Show 10 for Wow 2.

Catch up with Wow2

Hm, it seems like I need to catch up with all the posting. Since Women of Web 2.0 post to podomatic, and I am usually just trying to get things done and on to the next thing on my list, I've neglected my webcast blog.

So here goes.When I looked back, the numbering of the shows is just a little nonsequential. So, I"ll try and get back in order and make available all the shows or links to shows here.

 

 Even though this says it is Week 10, really it is show number 8!

Women of WEB 2.0 Show 7, show 8,parts 1 and parts 2

Whoops we missed a week. However, here are the shows week 7, and a 2 part show for week 8.

Enjoy.

Week 7 David Warlick and Sheryl NB.

Week 8 Leslie Fisher

 

http://womenofweb2.podomatic.com/

or listed here.

 

Women of web 2.0 week 6

This is our 6th show. I heard all about Skype 3.0, but it is not available for Mac, yet. I limped along with 2.0.0.2, after theshow I upgraded to 2.0.0.6.We had over 20 people in the skypecast, a dozen in the chat. It was a busy show. Finally I was able to mute all, and select the individuals who asked to speak.

Webcasting gets easier, but the glitches are the same. Put the goggles on, seatbelts and sometimes a bungee cord to get through the show!

Over and out.

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