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You can hardly turn around on the Internet these days without bumping into a Podcast or even a PiMcast.  Something about pulling content when it is convenient for you and then being able to listen to that content when you want (and often while doing something […]

You can hardly turn around on the Internet these days without bumping into a Podcast or even a PiMcast.  Something about pulling content when it is convenient for you and then being able to listen to that content when you want (and often while doing something else) has appealed to thousands of people.  The folks at Nullstream thought pulling text blogs from RSS feeds and having software read them aloud was the next obvious step and call it "Speechcasting".  They have an article that contains full details and describes the software you need to do this with your Pocket PC on their site.

  1. jk, why am I always 2 steps ahead and then 1 behind on this stuff???

    http://kctofel.blogspot.com/2004/10/auto-podcast-proof-of-concept.html

    For my next trick, I’m going to invent a global network so everyone has access to whatever information they want. And I’ll call it the inter…the inter….oh..the inter-something. I’ll pick a name later, unless Al Gore has one for me.
    ;>)

    KCT

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  2. Call it CompuServe. With a name like that it will last forever.

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