Using the preceding link, can you easily play the brief recording I just made?
"To use Broadcastr, just record your story, review and re-record (if needed), add some tags and pin it to a location. You can create playlists to group recordings, and users can follow particular storytellers or share stories via e-mail, Twitter and Facebook.
"The Web site has a few loading and interface bugs..."
- from "Create your own walking tour with Broadcastr" by Hayley Tsukayama Wash. Post 3/6/11
"Broadcastr offers an application that lets people record audio stories tagged to specific geographical locations around the world. The storytellers, Broadcastr hopes, will both create compelling tales and imbue places with new meanings through the voices of strangers. ...
"Broadcastr is yet another logical evolution in the democratization of media and storytelling,...
"Broadcastr describes itself this way: 'We tweet. We blog. We YouTube. We connect on Facebook. What about our voices? Now, we broadcast them. Broadcastr is a new Social Media platform. Anyone, anywhere in the world, can record, index, listen to, and share audio via a map-based interface. From the historical to the hysterical, the hilarious to the anecdotal, Broadcastr amplifies all our voices.'"
- From "Broadcastr Unveiled: Storytelling Goes Social, Local and Viral" By ALEX SALKEVER Posted 4:00 PM 12/18/10 See full article from DailyFinance:http://srph.it/eCLDLt