DO YOU GIVE GOOD AUDIO?
Bob Ambrogi has a terrific introduction to podcasting in the latest edition of Law Technology News. "Its name evokes images of some sort of sci-fi fly-fishing, but podcasting may just be the next big thing in CLE," Ambrogi writes.
Ambrogi introduces legal bloggers in a new light, including J. Craig Williams, who blogged about podcasting here and introduces another new p[law]dcast here, plus Denise Howell and Ernie Miller. In Ambrogi's opinion, the phenomenon of podcasting is particularly suited to attorneys:
"Think about all the hours you waste driving in your car, sitting on a subway or waiting at an airport. What if you could use that time to listen to up-to-the-minute and substantive broadcasts covering news from your practice area or jurisdiction? You won't hear it on NPR. You won't even find it on satellite radio. But you may someday soon get it through podcasting."
My favorite part: Ambrogi closes with a comprehensive list of podcasting directories that'll save you time as you try to find the good stuff.
Posted by Laurel Newby on February 24, 2005 at 10:36 AM | Permalink
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