Podcast plug-in taps into iTunes

A site called BadFruit offers software that beats Apple to the punch in podcasting. Also: Taking stock of a collegiate iPod giveaway.

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A site called BadFruit offers software that beats Apple Computer to the punch in podcasting. Also: Duke University takes stock of its iPod giveaway.

'BadApple' podcasts first in iTunes

Anonymous software plug-in has signs of corporate sponsorship, but still thumbs nose at Apple.
June 20, 2005

Duke's free iPod program has mixed results

Students were eager to use the gadgets to record lectures, but formats and licensing were "barriers to adoption," study says.
June 20, 2005

Linux on iPod efforts continue

blog Open-source project now allows rudimentary image viewing and audio recording on the device through Linux.
June 17, 2005

Hopes for legal music podcasts rise

Digital DJs, record labels are discussing ways to simplify music podcasting, in talks that could help accelerate format's ascent.
June 16, 2005

N.Y. library audio book project snubs iPod

In one of the biggest projects of its kind, hundreds of audio books will be available for download--but not for the iPod.
June 14, 2005

previous coverage

The man who's got mainstream radio quaking

newsmaker Adam Curry is part of a techno-vanguard changing conventional radio. Can he and other podcasters live up to the hype?
May 18, 2005