EdTechTalk#22 – Show Notes


October 30, 2005

Webcasting Updates

Look Ma! No virtual audio cables!  a screen capture video of how to webcast using Oddcast

Screen capture video of the more complex method of webcasting we currently use.


Splogging – Cyber pollution in the blogosphere

Spam blogs, sometimes referred to by the neologism splogs, are Web Log (or “blog”) sites which the author uses only for promoting affiliated websites. The purpose is to increase the PageRank of the affiliated sites, get ad impressions from visitors, and/or use the blog as a link outlet to get new sites indexed. Content is often nonsense or text stolen from other websites with an unusually high number of links to sites associated with the splog creator which are often disreputable or otherwise useless Web sites.Splogs have become a major problem on free blog hosts such as Google’s Blogspot service.

Mark Cuban ‘Get your blogspot s— together google‘.


Del.icio.us has built a media player directly into the site. If you find a link to a MP3 file, a small icon appears to the left of the bookmark that can be clicked to play the file.

Josie Fraser has just started a map of educational bloggers around the world

Ruth Vilmi</a>’s discussing her online learning site and your presentation at the Nordic Voice Conference

Vance Stevens discussing the upcoming Webheads in Action Online Convergence

Dave’s recent Edblog posts

Info about our upcoming show with George Siemens and Jay Cross

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