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QuakerQuaker member Madeline Schaefer recently started a podcasting interview program called Friends Speaks my Mind and wanted to know how to host it here on the site. We've been puttering around and have put together a system that not only hosts it but automatically creates a podcast feed for your iPod, phone or computer podcast player.

 

If you're a listener, you can subscribe from Feedburner or iTunes:

If you're a producer, just go to "Add Blog Post" on your QuakerQuaker account. Make sure that the link to the podcast MP3 is at the top of the post and put "podcast" in the tag field at the bottom of the post. The system will do the rest--turn the link into an embedded player for those who want to listen on QuakerQuaker.org itself and also add it to our podcast listing. Please be aware that there can be a day's lag time before you episode will appear.

Let us know if you have any questions or would like a fuller tutorial.

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