Audio Articles

Google Audio Player Comes To Light

Google has entered a new market yet again, although the company isn’t doing its own press on this one. Intrepid bloggers found, while exploring Gmail, that there is a new feature present – an MP3 player. This is probably not going to replace any other player you use, but it’s a nice bonus.

What Makes a Good Audio Conference Call?

When making conference calls, it’s important to make sure first of all that everyone is seeing eye to eye on the technology that’s going to be used.

Interested in a Search Marketing Career?

Mike Taylor, of Jobs In Search, has just uploaded audio of his interview with your’s truly.

Microsofts Criteria For A (non-iPod) Portable Player

Microsoft has released a guide for picking the right portable audio player, focusing on ten criteria:

Casting A Net For Podcasts

There are effective ways to search for podcasts, and more importantly, to prepare the podcasts you create for indexing, as a session at SES 2006 New York discussed.

Microsoft Guy Talking Firefox Extensions? Huh?

Yesterday at Northern Voice we had a panel discussion called “geeking out.”

Yahoo! Teams With Linksys For Wireless Audio

Yahoo and Linksys have integrated the Yahoo! Music Engine and a new wireless router to allow streaming audio from PC to the home stereo system and other audio devices.

Record Audio at Odeo

Odeo, the podcasting service and directory launched last July, now offers a recording capability where you can record a commentary about a podcast:

Podcasting choices: Audacity or Adobe Audition?
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When I started podcasting, I used the free cross-platform audio editor Audacity as my application of choice for recording and editing audio.

Scoble: Im not an edge case

It got a little heated at Search Champs today when someone said “Scoble’s an edge case.”

Tokash Amazed by Per-app Audio

The evening started out skeptical enough. John Tokash, director of software development at Homestead Technologies, wrote me with a list of troubles he’s having with Windows Vista.

Free Teleseminar: Conversations With Experts

Conversations with Experts: How to Build Your Business On and Off-line.

Yahoo Heard You About Audio Search

The search crew at Yahoo has managed to work an Audio tab onto Yahoo’s front page, to allow users to begin their music or podcast search as soon as they hit the site.

Podcast Audio Search Has Arrived

I just got an email from Neville letting me know he had submitted our podcast, For Immediate Release, to Podzinger.

Podcaster Records Cockpit Talk from Distressed JetBlue Flight

The Fly With Me podcast has captured some of the pilot-tower audio from last week’s Jet Blue emergency landing at LAX.

Music May Be The Apple Of Google’s Eye

Reports last week contend Google will disclose a deal with Apple that sees the iTunes Music Store available from the Google site.

Yahoo Audio Search – Google To Follow Suit

You know it’s interesting how information has an intrinsic desire to be free. Kind of like the same way life is described in Jurasic Park.

Yahoo Speaks To Audio Search Fans

A beta version of Yahoo’s Audio Search will let users find, among other things, music from services like iTunes and Napster as well as its own Music Unlimited.

Microsofts Ten-Year-Old Pakistani Genius

Arfa Karim Randhawa has been getting a lot of press lately as Microsoft’s youngest Certified Professional at just ten years of age.

Podcasts: How Professional Should They Sound?

Podcasts are a growing internet phenomenon. I have discussed podcasts before along with some of their possibilities and potential uses.

Podscope To Search Audio, Video

When first launched, Podscope was introduced has a spoken word search engine that focused on podcast content. However, Podscope’s capabilities have been expanded to include content from audio and video files.