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  1. University of Washington Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine

  2. http://faculty.washington.edu/alexbert/Pod/podcast.ppt

  3. Podcasting What is it and What it can do for us

  4. The iPod • iPod (30 + 60 GB) • iPod nano (1, 2, + 4 GB) • iPod shuffle (512 MB + 1 GB)

  5. iPod Sales according to Apple

  6. iPod Cars

  7. Acura: MDX, RL, TL using Acura Music Link (option only) Audi: A3, A4, Allroad BMW: 3 Series (2002-2005 models only), M3, X3, X5, Z4 Chrysler: Pacifica, Sebring, Town & Country, Caliber Dodge: Caravan, Grand Caravan, Neon, Ram, Stratus Sedan Honda: Accord, Civic, CR-V, Element, Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline, S2000 Jeep: Liberty, Wrangler Mercedes-Benz: C-Class, CLK, CLS, E-Class, SLK, M-Class, R-Class Mini: Cooper, Cooper S Nissan: Frontier, Pathfinder, Armada Scion: xA, xB, tC Suzuki: Aerio SX, Grand Vitara Volkswagen: Beetle, Jetta, Golf, GTI, Passat, Touareg Volvo: S40, V50, S60 Ferrari and Infiniti soon

  8. Pocket PC and iTunes

  9. Pocket PC and iTunes

  10. Cell Phones and iTunes

  11. Podcasting Podcasting is the distribution of audio or video files, such as radio programs or music videos, over the Internet using either RSS or Atom syndication for listening on mobile devices and personal computers. A podcast is a web feed of audio or video files placed on the Internet for anyone to download or subscribe.

  12. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format

  13. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears

  14. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes

  15. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs

  16. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts”

  17. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits

  18. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits March 2005 – John Edwards first national-level US politician with podcast

  19. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits March 2005 – John Edwards first national-level US politician with podcast May 2005 – Podcasting The Do it Yourself Guide released

  20. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits March 2005 – John Edwards first national-level US politician with podcast May 2005 – Podcasting The Do it Yourself Guide released Summer 2005 – White House website starts podcast

  21. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits March 2005 – John Edwards first national-level US politician with podcast May 2005 – Podcasting The Do it Yourself Guide released Summer 2005 – White House website starts podcast June 2005 – Apple adds podcasting to iTunes (starting with 3,000 entries)

  22. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits March 2005 – John Edwards first national-level US politician with podcast May 2005 – Podcasting The Do it Yourself Guide released Summer 2005 – White House website starts podcast June 2005 – Apple adds podcasting to iTunes (starting with 3,000 entries)

  23. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits March 2005 – John Edwards first national-level US politician with podcast May 2005 – Podcasting The Do it Yourself Guide released Summer 2005 – White House website starts podcast June 2005 – Apple adds podcasting to iTunes (starting with 3,000 entries) December 2005 – Word of the Year New Oxford American Dictionary

  24. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits March 2005 – John Edwards first national-level US politician with podcast May 2005 – Podcasting The Do it Yourself Guide released Summer 2005 – White House website starts podcast June 2005 – Apple adds podcasting to iTunes (starting with 3,000 entries) December 2005 – Word of the Year New Oxford American Dictionary

  25. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits March 2005 – John Edwards first national-level US politician with podcast May 2005 – Podcasting The Do it Yourself Guide released Summer 2005 – White House website starts podcast June 2005 – Apple adds podcasting to iTunes (starting with 3,000 entries) December 2005 – Word of the Year New Oxford American Dictionary February 2006 – 228,000,000 hits on Google

  26. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits March 2005 – John Edwards first national-level US politician with podcast May 2005 – Podcasting The Do it Yourself Guide released Summer 2005 – White House website starts podcast June 2005 – Apple adds podcasting to iTunes (starting with 3,000 entries) December 2005 – Word of the Year New Oxford American Dictionary February 2006 – 228,000,000 hits on Google

  27. History: January 2001 – First audio enclosure in RSS format September 2003 - Christopher Lydon Interviewsweblog for your ears October 2003 - script to download RSS enclosures to iTunes February 2004 – “podcasting” term first used for portable audioblogs September 28, 2004 – 24 hits on Google for “podcasts” October 18, 2004 – over 100,000 hits March 2005 – John Edwards first national-level US politician with podcast May 2005 – Podcasting The Do it Yourself Guide released Summer 2005 – White House website starts podcast June 2005 – Apple adds podcasting to iTunes (starting with 3,000 entries) December 2005 – Word of the Year New Oxford American Dictionary February 2006 – 228,000,000 hits on Google March 2006 – UWMC Orthopaedics has podcasting meeting

  28. No iPod - No Problem ?

  29. No iPod - No Problem Windows Podcatchers iTunes Juice Nimiq RSSRadio Shareware Podcatcher, Newsreader and Player ziePOD Podcast Receiver and Player Doppler

  30. No iPod - No Problem Mac OS X Podcatchers amaroK Juice iTunes Transistr Formerly known as iPodderX.

  31. No iPod - No Problem Linux Podcatchers amaroK BashPodder CastGater gPodder CastPodder formerly called iPodder Linux MonoPod Podcatcher Synclosure

  32. No iPod - No Problem Multi Operating Systems (portable) Podcatchers Azureus Natively a Java based BitTorrent client jPodder Java-Podcatcher podcatcher on a stick Installed directly on a MP3 player/usb stick

  33. No iPod - No Problem Amiga Podcatchers AmiPodder

  34. Podcasting Uses: Bloggers News organizations – CNN Newspapers in audio form – New York Times Television and Radio Shows – NPRThe Daily Show Television commentary – Battlestar Galatica Sports – CubscastChicago Sportscasts Network

  35. Podcasting Uses: Education – foreign language audio homework, lectures, interviews Academic journal digests – The Society of Critical Care Medicine Political podcasts – House Republican Podcast Religion –Aka Godcasting – Christian Podcast Pornography – Porncasting and podnography – Pod Porn

  36. Podcasting Uses: Communication from space – Steve Robinson Conference and meeting alerts Public libraries – spoken word alternatives for the visually impaired Brodcasting Material not allowed in traditional media Advocacy Tours of museums, historic and cultural sites, cities, etc.

  37. Podcasting Uses: Youth media – Youth Radio Law enforcement – CrimeWatch Podcast Marketing – Maybelline

  38. Podcasting Uses: 21st century version of the 1940s radio An easy way to deliver audio and video information to anyone with an internet connection

  39. Medicine Podcasts CVMD.org Professional Podcast A dynamic multi-media medical information network designed to generate, produce and distribute information relating to cutting-edge advances in cardiovascular disease detection, prevention and treatment.

  40. Medicine Podcasts Johns Hopkins Medicine Weekly Health News This five-seven minute free program features Rick Lange, M.D., chief of clinical cardiology, and Elizabeth Tracey, directory of the Hopkins Health NewsFeed, a radio news service program.

  41. Medicine Podcasts • McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine Weekly Podcasts • Weekly cast of: • Harrison's Grand Rounds • Harrison's Updates • Hurst’s the Heart Updates

  42. Medicine Podcasts NEJM Interviews The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Audio interviews.