Jon’s Radio Comments

October 23, 2006

Intense, simple, active demonstrations

Filed under: Uncategorized — jonsradiocomments @ 5:04 pm

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  1. Hi Jon,

    You _do_ need one of the “system:…” tags described at http://blog.del.icio.us/blog/2005/06/casting_the_net.html to make del.icio.us produce enclosures…

    The feed associated with http://del.icio.us/judell/system:media:audio+tolisten will have enclosures, http://del.icio.us/judell/tolisten will not.

    I assume you have seen this as of course, but I got a bit confused by you mentioning that the screencast suggested one should _assign_ them. I only assigned the “tolisten” tag in the screencast, but you really need to use the system tags _while querying_ to filter if you want to have the enclosures. My phrase “the system tag converts the feed into a podcast” should probably have been more specific “this system tag filter converts”, or something similar…

    Anyway, I made the accompanying text more explicit to avoid confusion – unfortunately editing text is still way more easy than editing video and sound (this screencast was my first and I’ve been struggling a lot), but that’s been one of your themes as well in your blog – I referred back to your own Webjay screencast from a while ago.

    Comment by Pascal Van Hecke — October 23, 2006 @ 9:54 pm | Reply

  2. OK, thanks for clearing that up. You’re right, of course. I misremembered your screencast as assigning system:media:audio as a tag when bookmarking an item, rather than using it as a query term.

    Anyway, thanks for doing this. Great idea!

    Comment by Jon Udell — October 23, 2006 @ 10:23 pm | Reply


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