Anatomy of an iPodder

Dave Winer gives a narrative process map for a new piece of software (iPodder), which would allow an end user to configure content that they want to have (mostly automatically) scheduled for delivery/availablility on their iPod, thereby providing the necessary glue for Podcasting.

One of the main “faults” of the current iPod, sans third party add-ons, is that it is focused on replaying “aged” content.

Having a user definable software-only solution for allowing “fresh” content to be pushed and/or streamed to your iPod would be, in this iPod Mini owner’s perspective, a tremendous improvement.

Deeje Cooley, IMO, hit the pause button on the RSS reader ideas and get a cross-platform offering to market for this before other offerings become entrenched.

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