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Advocate III

Re: Supporting Documents for Podcasts & Webinars as CPE


@Ben_Malisow wrote:

I'm not positive, but I suspect it would be difficult to take screencaps of my iPod, and downright dangerous to do so while driving, riding my motorcycle, or working out (my preferred locations/situations for listening to podcasts).

 


Screencaps on an iPod are super easy, even more so than on a desktop computer. Just hit the Start and Home buttons at the same time

 

That said, yes, if you are listening to the audio while driving, no, not a good way. but you cn certainly listen a second time at home while watching TV and just hit the home/start buttons when screens worth grabbing are visible.

 

Craig

 

 

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Re: Supporting Documents for Podcasts & Webinars as CPE

Dr. Shelton, I should have specified: my iPod is a Nano. Neither Home nor Start buttons. And all the more complication for offloading images from it, should that capability exist.

 

Which brings to mind another point: ISC2 is an international organization. Many of our members do not live in wealthy societies, nor do they share the wherewithal/capabilities/personally-owned technology that you or I might have. They should not have less capability/convenience for garnering/recording CPEs because of this.

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Advocate III

Re: Supporting Documents for Podcasts & Webinars as CPE


@Ben_Malisow wrote:

Dr. Shelton, I should have specified: my iPod is a Nano. Neither Home nor Start buttons. And all the more complication for offloading images from it, should that capability exist.

 

Which brings to mind another point: ISC2 is an international organization. Many of our members do not live in wealthy societies, nor do they share the wherewithal/capabilities/personally-owned technology that you or I might have. They should not have less capability/convenience for garnering/recording CPEs because of this.


Ben,

Thank you for the clarification. Yes, I was thinking only of the iPod Touch. And yes, the audio-only iPods are great for podcasts on the go.

As for screen caps, since you do have a full web-capable device, then you could still repeat the 'cast on that deice wile doing something else and perform screen captures to support what you listened to.

As for the ability to build CPEs in lower-tech societies I must pass that problem to forum members with experience in that environment. I cannot pretend to understand the nuances there without any experience. Let's ask others who have lived in such places to add comments.

 

Craig (really)

 

 

 

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Contributor II

Re: Supporting Documents for Podcasts & Webinars as CPE

Ah-- well, I found out more about the program; the answer to the question of "how can content providers make it more convenient and accurate for ISC2 members to report multimedia CPEs through an automated channel?" is "promise to pay ISC2 $60K and also provide the content."

 

 

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Re: Supporting Documents for Podcasts & Webinars as CPE


@Ben_Malisow wrote:

 "promise to pay ISC2 $60K and also provide the content."


That seems awfully short-sighted.  Sorry that the yellow brick road led straight into the briar patch.  

 

On the more positive side, I guess we now know that your bounds for convenience are somewhere between $0.99 and $60k.  

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Contributor II

Re: Supporting Documents for Podcasts & Webinars as CPE

Right????

 

I'm guessing mine's a bit closer to a buck-fifty...