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The Flex Show - Episode 2: Simeon Bateman Interview Part 1

Here is our second episode of The Flex Show. This episode is the first half of our Interview with Simeon Bateman.

Simeon Bateman Interview part 1
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Matt Platte's Gravatar Okay, I know this shows I'm a bit of a 'tard, but... how does one get this into iTunes so it can be downloaded into an iPod? I suppose I could click "Download", listen to (or mute) the whole thing then try to save it in the appropriate place, but that seems a wee bit dorky.
# Posted By Matt Platte | 1/24/07 9:59 PM
Jeffry Houser's Gravatar Matt, I've never used the iTunes podcast interface. But, the podcast is syndicated to iTunes, using this link:

http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/...
# Posted By Jeffry Houser | 1/25/07 7:14 AM
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# Posted By Kim Dobson | 1/26/07 7:47 AM
Steven Erat's Gravatar Congratulations on the show! I've listened to the first two and look forward to more news and events surrounding Flex 2 in the community, and I look forward to technical discussions as well. Currently I'm spending more time with Flex Data Services with ColdFusion, but not as much with basic Flex 2 development as I'd like.

To Matt and others who wish to subscribe via iTunes, paste the RSS Feed URL into the iTunes field under Advanced > Subscribe to Podcast... That's it.
# Posted By Steven Erat | 1/30/07 11:04 AM
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