Tuesday, July 12, 2005

You Say Podcast, I Say Blogcast; You Say Tomato....

Mark Evans

http://evans.blogware.com/


You have to shake your head at Microsoft's refusal to adopt/accept Podcast as the standard way to describe audio downloads. Apparently, Microsoft calls them "blogcasts" internally. It is probably too late for Microsoft to change the vernacular. Once an activity gets described - e.g. "I'll Google it" or "Just Blackberry me", it's hard to get people to call it something else. As an aside, I wonder if Steve Jobs insists that Apple employees describe Windows as "the other operating system" or "Bill Gates Evil Beast"?

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