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:: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 ::

In Search Of



This is for my techy friends... are you guys still reading this blog? -_^

ISO: a program that I can use to record from a mic directly into mp3. Must be lightweight--I'm going to try to use it in a school computer lab. (These computers aren't very locked up by American standards, so in *theory* I can install stuff, but the less the better.) Being able to control bitrate a plus, but not necessary. If by some chance there is something webbased that would be awesome, but does that even exist? Oh, and free, hehe. Or "free". ~wink wink~

The reasoning? I'd like to get my podcast up and running again. A comment left has gotten the fire in me going again... I'm going to repost it here because I can't find the original post he put it on, hehe.

I've only listened to your last/latest podcast and wanted to recommend it to my students of English as a Second/Foreign Language.
Then I saw that the date of it was April 29th 2005 and seached your blog to see if there were any others.
It would be great if you continued podcasting. I think my students, who must be around your age, would find listening to you an inspiration for what they should be trying to be able to say!

Chris Fry
Barcelona


First of all, thanks for your kind words! As a second language learner myself, I know what your students are going through. I'm also very flattered--this means I'm understandable! ~wink~ This has gotten me thinking again... I'm working on it. ^_^ I have a three day weekend coming up, but next week I'm going to see what I can make happen. If I can do it without buying a mic, awesome. Even if I do have to buy a mic... I'm in Japan, electronics are king here, hehe. No promises, but I'm going to see what I can do!

On a similar note--I owe a huge apology to Van, who wrote me a kind email oh so long ago. I have totally read it and everything--thanks for all your kind words! I just want to apologize for not getting back to you in a timely manner.

So, if anyone has some tips for me, please leave a comment or drop me a line at the email addy at left. And Chris, if you're reading this, e-mail me so we can keep in touch! ^_^ And Van, feel free to pester me again. ^_^

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