After weeks of delay, it's finally done: the ultimate collection of video podcasts, compatible with your PSP... and accessible from your PSP! I've taken all the podcasts that were already featured on the site, took your suggestions, and even found some more. Then, to sweeten the deal, I put it on my...
August 16th 2006 at 3:30pm
So, you know that "video podcasts" are the big new thing about this new firmware. But what are they? How do they worK? Sony has provided a pretty clear website that you can browse on your PSP. It even includes a sample RSS feed from which you can download music and videos from. Try using the website...
July 27th 2006 at 12:30pm
We mentioned this cartoon podcast ages ago,
but it went away. Frederator Studios (makers of fine cartoons like "Fairly Oddparents") has a relaunched blog, and a podcast. But the fun
part are the free cartoons they're providing. And this time there's more than one available! These are out-o...
April 18th 2006 at 7:00pm
interviewed Canadian filmmaker Kray Mitchell of emotion entertainment upon the
release of CrookZ, the first short film to be released as a vodcast in iTunes. Kray's
intention was to make his film available to a great number of people with minimal fuss, but Skinny Bones Productio...
February 8th 2006 at 4:30pm
SearchForVideo is a new service that scours the
internet for iPod-compatible videos. All sorts of genres are represented, from humor to current events. There's also a
video podcast, of course [link]. Choose the
type of content you're interested in and be directed to the proper link in iTunes. Of cou...
January 18th 2006 at 7:30pm
Now this is
pretty cool: Apple has posted a series of eight video podcasts to the iTunes Music Store [link] that explain how to make a
great podcast (both audio and video) with iLife '06. Topics include setting recording levels in GarageBand, making use of introductory music and sound effects,
January 12th 2006 at 7:00am
Yesterday we set you off with some video of the ROKR E2 from a CES press event; today, we're giving you a look at the revamped version of Lego Mindstorms. Popular with hackers for its programability, the new mindstorms add some support for Bluetooth and USB 2.0. To read more check our post on it,...
January 6th 2006 at 5:33pm
Attention movie loving Motion mavens! Our sister blog,
Cinematical, is looking for a
30 second (or less) intro for their Sundance vodcast and they want you to make it. You know the sort of thing they are
looking for, much like what our fantastic reader C. Robin Osborn did for us.Here's the deal, you...
January 5th 2006 at 3:30pm
Pod Guide.TV has a post listing ten essential vodcasts for your brand spankin'
new iPod (with video). Sure, you were excited when you opened your iPod and there wasn't a slab of meat waiting for you in the box, but now what
are you going to watch on it?The ten essentials that Pod Guide.TV lists are...
December 29th 2005 at 6:30pm
We missed out on the Digital Video Expo last week, but that doesn't mean you have to. Head over to DV Guru to check out the
video-podcast, vodcast, whatever it's called these days! Randall and company bring you the low-down on the latest
digital and high-def cameras like the
HVX. If that's not enoug...
December 19th 2005 at 9:39am
MacTV (no, not that Mac TV) is a videocast that features all sorts of interesting Mac videos. Previous editions have included the Hal 9000 ad (one of my favorites), the original iPod TV spot and a formerly press-only video of Steve introducing the white iBooks (including Reality Distortion Field). T...
August 31st 2005 at 3:00pm