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Old 02-16-2006, 07:20 AM   #1
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Default Podcast automation (& Joomla plugins)

It had never occurred to me to consider how one creates podcasts (and I surely have no need at this point), but I was curious enough to take a look at a program designed to automate the process.

Software Singe* has released its first beta version of Podcast Monkey (Mac OS X only) which “lets you create and publish podcasts … without all that messing around writing RSS XML files.”

The company also makes Joomla/Mambo plugins: one for automatically inserting text showing what happened on this day in history and another for adding distinctive styling to the first paragraph of an article.

* Singe does not refer to the action of fire, as English speakers might expect (with puzzlement). It means ape in French. Still puzzling, but helps explain the name Podcast Monkey.

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