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Jim Bell Q'n'A 4, March 23, 2006, Your questions answered!
elakdawalla
post Mar 23 2006, 03:42 PM
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New Doug'n'Jim show posted at
http://www.planetary.org/explore/topics/ma...vers/audio.html

They're getting longer and longer! Fifteen minutes, ha. tongue.gif This one's 30!

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post Mar 27 2006, 07:39 PM
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I think it's just a case of making a little xml file that refers to the new MP3 - given that I've already given TPS (well, Emily) more work in asking them to host them - I'll see if I can figure this one out myself.

As I understand it so far - basically I have to make an XML file that describes the MP3 - catagorises it - links to it - blah blah - then submit that XML file to iTunes for submission. That I can do all on my own - and host here ( it'll be TINY) then people can subscribe with iTunes or any other Podcast subscription software and grab it that way.

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