Tuesday, May 3, 2011

iTunes Capability Now Available!

UPDATE: Daughters of Mormonism is now available on iTunes. 

Also, I've fixed the links so that if you right click on the "right click here" line for any of the podcasts, it will let you save the mp3 now (instead of the m3u).

Thanks for all the feedback. It has helped me fine tune and figure out how to make this work well. If you have further feedback about problems with the site, please put them in the comments so I can work on them.

Happy listening!                             .

10 comments:

  1. Dear Sybil,

    I cannot wait to start listening to this podcast--it looks so fantastic! I just wanted to give you my info in case I can ever be of assistance to you folks in any way. I run my own podcast and have worked through lots of technical challenges. Don't hesitate to get in touch with me if I can be of service in any way! My email is derrific at gmail dot com. I'm excited for you!

    Derrick

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  2. Derrick, thank you so much for offering your knowledge and experience. I'll be sure to contact you if things run amok. I think I've got things settled for iTunes ... (hope, hope, hope). If not, you'll hear from me. :-)

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  3. great new! Are there going to be guests and other voices soon?

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  4. Yes! The next podcast will be an interview with Sara who will part of the panel for the podcast.

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  5. Awesome! Downloaded the first three episodes through iTunes and I can't wait to listen. Seriously let me know if I can be of any help in the future.

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  6. Thanks, Derrick. I will! And thanks for letting me know that iTunes is working.

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  7. Great job getting the mp3 format to work. I put the episodes on my mp3 player and enjoyed listening to them on my commute.

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  8. Are you going to do a podcast on the topic of Mother's Day? For me Mother's Day is the worst Sunday
    of the year.

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  9. Your wish is granted, Polly Anna. I've been thinking about doing one for Mother's Day ever since I got up this morning. It's up and ready to listen to. I agree with you that Mother's Day can really be a bad Sunday for women.

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  10. Mister Curie, thanks for helping me realize that the format had transferred wrong so I could fix it. I'm so glad they are working that you've been enjoying them.

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