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Posts published in October 2007
How Podcasters and Bloggers can use RunningTalks.com?

If you have a podcast or a blog, you know that messages from your readers and listeners are the most valuable feedback you can get. Getting them in text is one thing and getting them in audio is another, especially if you are a podcaster. Listening to your audience puts the interaction between you and your audience into a new level.

For that kind of high level of interaction, you can use our brand new project called RunningTalks.com ( or RT in short) and let your audience leave audio comments related to your show or post.

How to use RunningTalks.com

Imagine that you are podcasting and during the show you ask your audience what they think about something that is related to the content you are speaking about. To let them leave comment on those asked subjects, you can create a new running talk at RunningTalks.com and inform your users about that talk. Then they can use our website to record and post their comments in audio. No other tool required.

Moreover, at the next show, you can even play those comments from your audience and increase the content you present in your podcast. Currently, RT does not support explicit feature for exporting audio content but you can record it via external recorder. Keep in mind that RT allows you to use content anywhere you like. In other words, there is no strict copyright rules.

Considering that creating a talk is as easy as filling up a form and recording a comment is as easy as pressing three buttons, anybody at any skill level can easily and quickly use RunningTalks.com platfrom to speak up and say what he or she has to say.

Future support

In upcoming update releases, we will provide more tools for publishers so that they can more easily reach out their audience and control the content.

Hope you like it and make use of RunningTalks.com

Have a good week,

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posted on Monday, October 22, 2007 | Permalink ( # )

Ziepod Version One Released!

We waited for a long time for this moment and finally Version One of Ziepod--that is without the BETA tag--is ready for download.

Release notes in short

This new release includes couple of updates on top of the Build5 of the Version 0.99.9. Among those updates, two of them are removal of important bugs. One of them is the bug that causes crashes when trying to open help section, and the other one is responsible for those crashes when trying to download an episode that is wrongly marked as it is in the download list.

Other than those bugs, we made "Delete all but the newest" feature recursive so when you apply this on any folder, it will be effective for all subscriptions under that folder, which makes this tiny feature much handier than ever.

End of the first chapter

That release marks the end of the first chapter in the development life of Ziepod and we hope that next chapter will bring interesting and neat features to help you manage your podcasting world. We also hope you support Ziepod by mentioning it to your friends, readers and listeners so that more people make use of it in their daily routines.

To learn more about this release

  • Upgrade Instructions (recommended)
  • Download Ziepod+ version 1.0 [ Mirror ]
  • Read Release Notes for Ziepod+ version 1.0
  • Download Ziepod version 1.0 [ Mirror ]
  • Read Release Notes for Ziepod version 1.0
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Trouble-Shooting
  • And please don't forget to check out our brand new project at www.runningtalks.com

    Have a good weekend,

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    posted on Friday, October 19, 2007 | Permalink ( # )

    Debut of RunningTalks.com; social network for free speech

    We are very happy to introduce our brand new project. RunningTalks platform, or RT in short, is a free speech platform and free public service being developed by Ziemantics LLC.

    RunningTalks platform enables people to share their opinions about talk subjects created by people themselves. People record and post their comments in audio on existing running talks via tools provided by the RunningTalks platform itself.

    While everybody can browse running talks and listen to others' opinion, but only registered users can post their comments on existing running talks and create their own running talks to ask people's opinion about anything they can come up with.

    Components of RunningTalks Platform

    RunningTalks platform consists of a website www.runningtalks.com and a software application, called RTClient. In order to browse running talks, create new ones and post your comments, you can use both the website and the client since they provide same functions.

    Our software application RTClient is used for accessing RunningTalks platform remotely from your desktop, so that you don't have to use any web browser. You can also use RTClient without having to sign up. It also provides some customization settings. Unfortunately, RTClient runs only on Windows machines.

    Goals

    We believe, RunningTalks platform has a very important role with ambitious goals to accomplish. Today social networks are the most convenient grounds for socialization and collaboration among people on the Internet and combining free speech act with the social networking concept is yet another untaken step on the Internet.

    While embarking on that road, we have these goals in our minds:

  • Helping people share their experience
  • Being a platform for free speech
  • Providing innovative and fast user experience
  • Being a testbed for our future web-based applications
  • As we keep this platform up and running and more and more people start to make use of it, we will determine more specific goals for better and faster user experience.

    Support RunningTalks Platform

    We believe RunningTalks Platform will attrack many people from all countries around the world. Everybody will try to make use of the platform as much as possible by posting their comments and asking peoples' opinions. More people means more different opinions to listen to. We hope every member of this community help us spread the word so that everybody can get chance to say something about things happening around us.

    To support RT, we recommend you to share your own running talks with your friends, readers and listeners and let them comment on your talks. RT is especially good platform for brainstorming, so inform as much people as possible about your talks and let them brainstorm.

    Currently, RunningTalks platform is funded by donations of its community members and revenue of other projects developed at the Ziemantics Labs. We strongly recommend you to donate or purchase our products Ziepod+ or Zietag and help us afford the expenses of our servers and the bandwidth. Your donations will come back to you as new features and fast access.

    About Ziemantics LLC

    Ziemantics LLC was founded in the August of 2007 in Delaware by Arda Celebi, who is a computer engineer and the lead developer of all projects being developed at Ziemantics Labs.

    Ziemantics LLC is developing tools to process, manage and share information. RunningTalks platform is the fifth project developed at the Ziemantics Labs and the only one that is concentrated on information sharing concept.

    Other than RunningTalks platform, Ziemantics Labs also hosts Ziepod, Feedzie, Newzie and Zietag projects. You can learn more about these projects and the vision of Ziemantics LLC at www.ziemantics.com.

    All in all

    Please visit www.runningtalks.com and get into the platform. We hope you enjoy your time there and express yourself freely. RT is at the BETA stage so please report any anomaly you can find thru our feedback panel. And don't hesitate to add your suggestions as well. We are looking forward to hearing your thoughts about RT.

    Have a nice day,

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    posted on Wednesday, October 17, 2007 | Permalink ( # )

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