Friday, July 31, 2009

Create text-to-speech podcast from your blog

Turn readers into listeners, and transform your blog into a high quality, ad-supporting broadcast that can vastly expand your audience reach!

* Automatic podcast generation

* “Near-human” quality text-to-speech

* Listen Button feature deployed in next to no time for WordPress, Blogger, TypePad, BlogEngine.NET and Terapad platforms

* Detailed download statistics * Make money from embedded ads
Create text-to-speech (TTS) podcast from RSS feed for iPod, iPhone, MP3 player and mobile phone
Add your blog and it lets you create a podcast that reads each post from the site and adds an rss podcast feed to subscribe to.

I was able to do this with my personal blog but there was one post we had here at "Your Daily" of a video we posted that had a french word in the title and it said our blog wasn't in English. So it won't let us set it up.
Trying to fix that but a great idea. I really like it.
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KDE's new Plasma netbook interface shines in small places

KDE's new Plasma netbook interface shines in small places
The KDE netbook project is still in the early prototype stage and will not be ready for the upcoming KDE 4.3 release. Lead Plasma developer Aaron Seigo has listed it in the roadmap for KDE 4.4, which means it could be ready for users in January.

The prototype is an intriguing real-world demonstration of Plasma's versatility and the strength of KDE's architecture. It's also a good example of how creativity and innovation can move Linux beyond traditional desktop paradigms and make it shine in small spaces.
KDE's new Plasma netbook interface shines in small places - Ars Technica

I've been wondering when this was going to happen. I have been stuck using gnome on my netbook for too long. Although from the sound of it I still have a long wait ahead.
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Opentape - a free way to make and host your own web mixtape

What is it?
Opentape is a free, open-source package that lets you make and host your own mixtapes on the web.

Upload songs (via web or FTP), reorder, rename, customize the style, and share what you like on other sites with an embeddable player.

Sharing your musical taste on the web should be fun and easy. We believe there is no reason it has to stop with the shutdown of a single site, so we've created a free tool to make this possible.

Opentape's creation and design are inspired by Muxtape's success and sleek interface. We were disappointed with its untimely shutdown and wanted the web mixtape movement to continue.
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