PodCasting Catfight?

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  2. This all seems to be much ado about nothing IMO. I’m not convinved that Podcasting will ever get beyond a niche application. Writing we all do everyday – which led to blogging. Taking pictures we all do everyday, which led to Flickr. Recording ourselves? It’s just not a part of the average persons life, and I don’t see it becoming an integral part either.

  3. Chris i think you are the first person to hit the nail on the head. it is nothing more than a niche application and is much more bandwidth intensive, and wait till the bandwidth bills start killing your hosting plans. people are going to say – wait a minute. this ain’t that easy or cheap

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  6. Om, I think you’re missing the point about bandwidth. Bandwidth, for all intents and purposes is becoming free, just look at the dog fight between SBC and BellSouth over DSL pricing. This is great for bandwidth intensive Web 2.0 companies, and there seems to be no shortage of them popping up. Take a closer look, video hasn’t killed the radio star, just like video should have killed the written word. Some people are more or less comfortable in front of a microphone instead of the camera, or the keyboard for that matter. For a variety of reasons, and I think podcasting will be more than an niche, when you consider the millions of people who commute every day and are starving for content any kind of content, not littered with annoying over produced commercials. The pod is it, it’s coming, maybe not for your ear, but it will be hear!

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