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  • Keep in mind that audio (and video) is quite literally a much more noisy medium than text. The difference between someone posting a dictation to the web for the world to ignore (audio blogging) and something of value and substance that's worth listening to on your iPod (audio publishing) is that the latter is planned, produced and focused. It may be interesting and useful, but it would probably be rehearsed (to get rid of the, uh, meaningless, um, pauses), and "professionally" recorded (to get rid of the background distractions).

    You can get around the finger-to-the-deaf by posting a transcription. That's not a killer issue.

    If you really wanted to do something interesting, then doing a Quicktime movie of a brief Keynote presentation with a commentary track would be quite nice as well. But now we're really entering the realm where there's a lot of prep work necessary, and not something you just ramble into an iMic on the spot for the rest of the world to ignore.