The Microsoft TechNet webcast team is trying out audio podcasts of some of their webcast content. We've heard that folks want audio on the go content, away from their machines. You can either download or stream individual webcasts, or download them all at once using a podcast reader. I just did the whole RSS feed with podcasts for first time. Pretty slick. If you're new to this, check out the instructions at: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/articles/podcasts.mspx
You can download Exchange Server 2003 audio-only webcasts by going to this webpage: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/audio/exchange.mspx
And, you can download Scripting Week 3 audio-only webcasts by going to this webpage: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/audio/sweek3.mspx (keep in mind we only have these two webcast series in audio form currently, so don't waste any time looking for more. This is our initial pilot. Thanks Sophie for the heads up!)We want to know what you think about these audio-only webcasts, and if you find them to be a valuable resource (meaning, do you want us to do more of them?). If you download and listen to an audio-only webcast, please take a minute to fill out a short (really!) survey at: http://www.webcastaudio.com.
To make it worth your while, we're giving away a total of eight 6-gigabyte MP3 players during the month of February to survey respondants. Official rules for the sweepstakes offer are located here. So only one week left to win your MP3 player.
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