[extropy-chat] a message for spike66 from thespike
artillo at comcast.net
Sun Aug 8 16:11:02 UTC 2004
I have both Winamp (supporting html playlists) and the SAM2 Broadcaster
from www.audiorealm.com . The SAM2 html playlists are far superior, and
can display song histories and also enable html requests for songs right
on the site. Plus it outputs your songs in alpha search so it's durned
easy to find what you are looking for. I am a net DJ so I use the thing
quite a bit. It will also generate html based reports for viewing
histories etc. If you can find a free copy of SAM2 I would recommend it,
and it will help sort large amounts of mp3 data (I have over 12000
music/video files) and aid you in finding them quickly to be broadcast.
I would purchase SAM2 myself if I didn't already have a copy! LOL
Easy listenin peeps!
Take a listen to my show if you like heavy metal, punk, and indie stuff,
Artillo's Heavy Metal Hoedown, Sundays 10pm-Midnight EST
Can I get a W00t? I'll take requests thru YIM as well!
From: extropy-chat-bounces at lists.extropy.org
[mailto:extropy-chat-bounces at lists.extropy.org] On Behalf Of Emlyn
Sent: Sunday, August 08, 2004 1:58 AM
To: ExI chat list
Subject: Re: [extropy-chat] a message for spike66 from thespike
Have a look at Audio blogging, such as:
I remember seeing a site recently that seemed to let you make your own
playlist from streaming audio all over the web, that might be useful.
Anyone know the site I mean?
On Sat, 7 Aug 2004 22:29:55 -0700, Spike <spike66 at comcast.net> wrote:
> > Apologies for the stolen bandwidth folks. Just tried to e Spike
> > Jones offlist, got a `mailbox full' bounce. Is the spam choking you,
> > pal?
> > Damien
> Oops sorry about that Damien. I was on a two week vacation, riding
> all over the northwestern US on an antique motorcycle which I restored
> this past spring. Total distance on the bike about 5 megameters on
> the bike, ~140 km on foot.
> Hiked, backpacked and camped all over Mount Rainier.
> I rigged a platform on the back of the bike to haul the backpacks and
> camping gear, worked great. Had a great time, no major pieces fell
> off of the bike. It was a
> *most* excellent adventure.
> But yes, I am choking on spam, oy vey, and Im
> missing some very important personal email.
> While I was out backpacking and riding, I had
> some wonderful ideas to post. I will start
> with this one: we should explore the notion
> of using the spoken word to spread extropian
> memes, not just in conferences but rather to
> create MP3 files which can be carried in one's
> palm pilot or equivalent. It occurred to me
> that the spoken word conveys nuances that are
> lost in the electronic post.
> I will develop this idea further after I
> clean up my bike and camping gear.
> extropy-chat mailing list
> extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org
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