The Buzz surrounding Cinch is loud – on blogs, over Twitter, in the world of developers. People love using what Dave Winer calls “The simplest podcast API ever.” And he’s right.
In a post Robert Scoble wrote about Cinch, a commenter wrote, “Okay, so it’s pretty cool, but hasn’t it been done many, many times before?” and Robert answered:
“No, it hasn’t. Not with a phone number, and not by building a feed automatically without requiring a signup/signin.”
It’s true, it’s the simplest way to podcast – ever; on the fly, on the road, at conferences, at geek dinners, in bed, in the line at the coffee shop, outside, inside and uptown. You don’t have to register or set up an account, simply call 646.200.0000, talk and there’s your RSS feed with your recording. No muss, no fuss.
And now you can do it with more privacy than ever. Visit Cinch.BlogTalkRadio.Com and you can change the name of your feed!
This new option will certainly make a lot of people like bwana, TechPedia, Podcasting News, Mark Ghosh, Brad @ Download Squad, Alex, MikePhillips, SolSie, and others even happier.
Robert Scoble recently wrote “I love the new BlogTalkRadio,” And we’re pleased with that. But let’s not forget the original BlogTalkRadio, the live, interactive citizen broadcasting network!
Also, developers need to check out the recent post Kris wrote about PHP5 files presented to jumpstart developers’ access to using Cinch as an API.