So when does a demo, stop being a demo, and become a blogcast? When it’s linked to from a blog……
They are rather slick though, and I do like the home grown feel of blogcasts and how “real” they are. Steve summed things up well with his explanation
- Anyone can post them
- No special software/hardware is required to either view or produce them
- Microsoft have no control over them – in other words the IT Pro community(you!) decide which are good based on the number of hits you make on them
- They are concise, to the point, pieces of advice/demonstrations that enable you to take action and get more value from the software you already have – they are definately NOT about getting you to buy stuff
- Many people are creating new blogcasts every day
- They are short hence require little of YOUR time, little of the author’s time & can be accessed from low bandwidth connections
- The are practical
- They don’t contain any padding hence they get to the point straight away unlike many webcasts!
- They are free to view and free to produce
So I’ll get back to creating some more home grown blogcasts based on what you want to see. Mind you, looking at the statistics, all you want to do is play with your Smartphone and customise your OWA skin to something funky!
What else do you want to see?