[LINK] iTunes hits Australian higher learning

Rick Welykochy rick at praxis.com.au
Thu Jun 5 15:05:34 AEST 2008

George Bray wrote:

> The media is just mp3 and mp4, all open and playable on anything.  The idea
> is that iTunes is just another portal to find and organise the media.  The
> actual files live on regular department/faculty servers at the uni, in
> Australia.  Delivered by HTTP, and accessible through normal web
> browsing/downloading.

So a more accurate announcement, not focussed on iTunes, would have been
that the lectures are being made available as podcasts.

Any podcasting client can be used to access the online lectures.
(This seems exactly how ABC/RN listen on demand works.)

But hey, why let simplicity get in the way of a good marketing angle?


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