|Re: Live Telephone Call-in show||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Sanda Everette (severetteed.co.sanmateo.ca.us)|
|Date: Mon, 5 Oct 1998 12:20:59 -0500|
I love hearing about all these high tech solutions. I know that Radio Shack sells a cheap tape recorder that your phone lines plugs into so that you are taping directly rather than through the speaker of a speaker phone...which was mentioned in an earlier posting. (I just upgraded my Mac at home and haven't been able to send email out yet...I'm writing from work.) Sanda Everette San Mateo Cooperative, a forming urban retrofit community > That's why you've got a web crew working for you! There are formats > (RealAudio, QuickTime3) that are "streaming" in that they start playing > while they download. Especially QT3 with TrueVoice compression creates > really relatively-small files for spoken-word audio. If someone can > handle the first part of capturing on tape, I'll be glad to help with the > rest of the process. > > Raines > > P.S. A show can also be divided into a number of segments, to make it > easier for someone to go directly to a portion of interest. > > P.P.S. There may be someone else interested in volunteering to > transcribe/post the discussions after-the-fact, making the content > searchable and more accessible. > > Raines Cohen <coho-L [at] raines.com> > Member, Swans Market Cohousing - Old Oakland neighborhood, CA > All units reserved; construction underway; Occupancy Fall '99
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