The pen records the audio:
and in the micro-dot notebook synchronizes each pen stroke to the audio spoken at time it was written, so rather than having to take stenographic monk-like verbatim notes, you can do highlights, or graphics.
The LiveScribe software on the Mac is woefully pre-beta-ish; ultimately, it will be able to publish the package as a flash media piece that plays back the notes with sound.
Here is a Photoshopped collage of Nancy’s beautiful notes. Thanks ChocoNancy!
While building the MediaRSS files by hand is rather tedious, I am excited about more use of CoolIris. I am thinking of perhaps a simple Google Spreadsheet that could be sued to enter the slide data and have it process the stuff into the format CoolIris needs.
The challenge is one typo or some character CoolIris does not like, and you get the default display of content rather than your own. The things I learned to avoid were:
* ampersands & in the title or description tag or URLs
* I had to urlencode some URLs that had “?” or “&” in them
* Sometimes, I just had to wipe out an <item></item> and write is from scratch
And thanks for an audience who eagerly played 5 Card Northern Voice:
As mentioned, I have the Five Card Story site code shared on Google Code:
Though this is an earlier version; I have a few updates (I added an AJAX rating system) and new ideas to add based on feedback including ability to comment on stories, and to take an existing published story, and write a different story for the same pictures.
Northern Voice Rocks!
The post "LiveScribed Northern Voice Presentation" was originally thawed from a previous ice age and melted at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2009/02/livescribed-northern-voice/) on February 22, 2009.