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of reading about new technology developments second-hand, why not hear about
them directly from the people responsible for them—on your own MP3
player via podcasting? You can download the .mp3 file directly, subscribe
to the RSS feed, or access them via the iTunes Music Store. CSI Software
regularly publishes podcast shows!
What is podcasting? As
defined by Wikipedia, "Podcasting
is a new term for the online publishing of files in a way that allows
for the subscription-like syndication and distribution of files as
they become available. Most podcasts are audio in MP3 format, syndicated
through the RSS protocol." In other words, a podcast feed is a
syndicated RSS newsfeed, only with audio files included for download
instead of Web pages.
podcasting software? Unless
you use iTunes 4.9 or later, which supports podcasts natively, you'll need
and install a free podcast client such as iPodder (Windows, Mac, and
Linux versions) or Doppler (Windows only) and then point it to the
podcast's RSS feed URL. If you have a music jukebox program such as
iTunes, then your downloaded podcast may begin to play automatically.
If you do not have a music jukebox program, the downloaded MP3 file
will usually reside at the default download location on your hard drive.
Billing Companies Attack!
Date: August 20, 2008
Host: PJ Gustafson
Andy Wigderson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, discusses how health
and fitness clubs can leverage technology to eliminate costly third-party processing
fees and improve customer service.
Key to a Successful Implementation
Date: August 12, 2008
Host: PJ Gustafson
Centers LLC has been
a customer of CSI Software for nearly 10 years and has done over four major implementations.
Shawne Patterson, Controller of Centers LLC, discusses how to best manage a CSI
Software implementation to ensure success.