Via the message forums on TechSoup
The Alzheimer Society of Ontario recently launched a podcast series called Talk for
Memories. It features people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers. The half-dozen podcasts were rolled out in January and February as part of the publicity for fundraising activites held in 46 communities across Ontario. According to the post, the authors believes it was the first Canadian healthcare charity to offer a podcast. Here's the link: http://www.alzheimerontario.org/talkformemories to listen in on the series.
I must have miss this, but I also learned that Britt Bravo joined the ranks of nonprofit podcasters with her first podcast. It is an interview with Ali Chagi-Starr, an arts activist with the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights' Reclaim the Future Program. In the TechSoup forum, Britt tells us about the free tool she used, gcast, to create her podcast.
A few days ago, I got an email from Seth Mazow with a question about how to record a SKYPE call. I thought Marshall Kirkpatrick has recorded our interview via SKYPE, but just remembered that it was Corey from the 501C3Cast. (Darn, maybe that AARP invitation in the mail wasn't a mistake!)
Audio Hijack Pro (for MAC)
For Outlook users, Skylook. It reportedly the best way to do it, records VOIP to MP3 and saves it in your Outlook account.
Nancy White used AudioAcrobat to record our conference calls for the online facilitation workshop, but not sure if she used SKYPE.
I know that Nick Noakes records via SKYPE, but don't know what tools he uses ...
So, any recommendations out there? The question is: What is the best way to record an interview conducted via a SKYPE call? What are some practices for editing?