In the first iLifeZone podcast, I talked about making slideshows, and how effective they can be for showing off your photos and telling a story. Well, I put this theory to test on my personal blog site, The Digital Story.
Let's start at the beginning - again.
*Contest - We're having a contest to redesign our blog. We have extended the deadline until August 12 so keep those ideas coming and you could win prizes.
Our first show is up. Go to iTunes to check it out. And here are some show notes for you. The iLifeZone podcast episode #1. Hosts Scott Bourne, Chris Breen and Derrick Story. Special Guest Alex Lindsay from PixelCorps.
Okay we’ve just launched and we know what you’re thinking... You can do a better job than we can at building our blog. That’s great news because our first contest will be right up your alley.
If you’re purchased any classical, jazz, or “concept rock” recordings from the iTunes Music Store you may be annoyed that iTunes (and the iPod) insist on placing a gap between each track. Although you help to lessen the effect of these gaps by directing iTunes to fade one track into another (via the Crossfade Playback option in the Playback tab of iTunes’ preferences).
The iLifeZone is a radio-style magazine podcast featuring hosts Chris Breen, Scott Bourne and Derrick Story. In addition to the regular hosts, a variety of well-known guests appear on the show. Each show is between 20 and 30 minutes in length.