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Tech Tidbits Daily Podcast for September 1, 2005

Today's podcast looks at the new book from Michael Geoghegan at and Dan Klass at called "Podcast Solutions." 

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This book looks pretty good for beginners.  If you are an expert podcaster there will be a few items of interest, but really this book is geared towards getting you started and moving forward: how to record, what you need, and how to get published & setup for distribution.

Things worth mentioning:

  • Adam Curry has the forward for the book
  • Doug Kaye at was the technical adviser
  • The book also looks at Apple iTunes and ODEO
  • It comes with a CD of software to get you going 
  • One chapter has details on some of the legal issues associated with RIAA music
  • There are great how-to's on recording hardware and software

All in all I give it a 4 out of 5 star score, especially if you are new to podcasting or want to help someone who is maybe interested in get started.

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