Very slick audio wiki ideas

BBC working on an audio-wiki:

The BBC is working on an audio annotation system which would let listeners “tag” certain parts of a news report, or documentary, or anything else that airs. (See demo: Quicktime, 4 MB) They can annotate the audio segment with time markers, much the way some podcasters produce show notes with time indicators.

This is very cool. Imagine using audio wiki to collaborate internally, sharing “documents” through Audible subscriptions that keep contents confidential.

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  1. Very slick audio wiki ideas

    [Source: RatcliffeBlog””Mitch’s Open Notebook] quoted: (See demo: Quicktime, 4 MB) They can annotate the audio segment with time markers, much the way some podcasters produce show notes with time indicators.

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