Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Well, If a Five-Year-Old Can Do It...

I started my Podcasting project recently and, as a technological doofus, I must say that I suck at this. I want to incorporate pictures into the podcast because I don't want it to be boring. Most of the tools designed to do that simply require a Mac (which I don't have) or tons of extra free time to tinker with complex programs and downloads (and I don't have that either).

After several grunts of frustration, I found my savior. Kid Pix. Yes. KID PIX; a site designed for... well, kids.

You can record your voice in the background and add graphics simple graphics and text. Podcasting actually becomes fun. Since the website was built with five-year-olds in mind, there's no extra crap. The site itself is maneuverable and colorful, just the breath of fresh air I needed. If you're strapped for ideas on the Podcast assignment, check it out! Just Google "kid pix." It's worth it.


  1. I enjoyed your post, and even though I have already completed mine, I might check that out just to see how to incorporate the graphics. That just goes to show how the generations coming up are going to be even more computer literate than us.

  2. Oh how I wish I would have seen this before my first Podcasting experience! I also had quite a bit of trouble with the more complicated software. This one sounds perfect for my current technological ability!