No, it's not a typo! A "blogcast" is probably a new term to you as it's been made up by the IT Pro Evangelism team in the UK (not quite true, but it's nice to think we got there first). A blogcast in this context is a webcast delivered through blogs. So what's new about that I hear you ask? The answer to that is the way most of you tell me you view webcasts. How many of you can relate to one of the following statements?
To solve this, a blogcast is a mini webcast (certainly under 10 minutes) delivered through a blog, concentrating on a very specific topic. No frills added. By building a series of these, we hope to be able to take you through a "journey".
Now over to you... We're busy trying to build a list of possible topics, so if you have any specific to the Windows or Virtual Server track, please let me know.
Eileen has already posted a blogcast here to give you a flavour.
so you call blogs spaces and podcasts blogcasts? weird--there is plenty of prior language out there. scoble at channel 9 talks about podcasting all the time. why dont you join the conversation?
so you call blogs spaces and podcasts blogcasts? weird - there is plenty of prior art and language out there. look at scoble on channel 9 - he very regularly refers to podcasts. whats the problem - you have apple envy?
say it again - its called podcasting. just ask scoble