Friday, August 01, 2008

iPod/iTunes: A Training & Development Tool?

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2 comments:

tk said...

Craig, you're a man after my own heart. Thanks for the mention of Morning Stories -- it's been the most rewarding four years of production I've spent in forty years of broadcasting. Sadly, we end the series this month, but we'll keep the archive open at www.wgbh.org/morningstories.

Here's an interesting fact -- about half our monthly downloads (some 200,000) now come from China!

Best,

Tony Kahn

Savvy Intrapreneur said...

Craig,

Excellent article in using an iPod as a portable library to feed positive uplifting content to the 9 to 10 inches between our ears.

An iPod provides high ROI, if it it used for listening to high energy PMA recordings, than them listening to just music. We become what we listen to.

Improving on a good idea, have you considered audio enabling your blog for people to listen to your articles on the go, with their iPods? Just a suggestion. I have no association with www.Odiogo.com - all my blogs are podcasted to allow people to listen to articles, while working on something else.

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