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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Voice to Post


I'm playing with the Voice2Page system that I stumbled across today... It let's you add a voice message on any page -- using the telephone as the recording instrument. Once you have a message you can change it, like changing your voice mail, without touching the code on your page. Sort of cool.

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Anonymous Michelle Murrain said ... (August 16, 2007 at 11:50 AM) : 

Well, the problem is that your message plays on every page. So it is actually a deterrent for people to click around and visit (or at least it seems so to me.)

I have to admit, I've never liked sites with embedded sound, but that's just my own personal preference.

 

Blogger Michael Stein said ... (August 16, 2007 at 12:52 PM) : 

Michelle - if I had put the message in the sidebar or header, that would be true - but I placed it only in this entry.
So the message will play on the default page as long as this entry is still showing in that view. For other individual posts, it does not play at all.

 

Anonymous eytstan said ... (February 9, 2008 at 2:02 AM) : 

Hi michael...

This is so interesting. If i will put the message in my home page for example, does the message plays continuously when I click to my other page of the site? Or it will play again and again when I switch to other page of the site…?

Please advice.

 

Blogger Michael Stein said ... (February 9, 2008 at 8:58 AM) : 

eytstan - see the note to Michelle above - if you keep it to one content page, rather than in the template - it only plays on that page. in a php or asp(x) site, you could script it to play only once per session...

 

Anonymous eytstan said ... (February 13, 2008 at 6:26 AM) : 

Thanks Michael...

 

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