FEBD15 – Did you ever skip class or skip school
Please use this topic for Tuesday Febooary 21th.
Share your recording on Twitter.
You can also share it the Febooary Facebook page
This years hashtag is #febooary17
(Adult) If you could be the mattress of one famous person whose would you want to be? EXAMPLE B: (Non-Adult) If you were to be granted ONE wish what would it be?
Working on some new stuff for Febooary 2016. Also working on this Febooary Podcast so that it can be submitted to the iTunes podcast directory for easy subscriptions and possibly gain a bigger listening and participating audience.
Congratulations to Ernmander and those who are in the process of completing this months audio challenge known as “Audiomo.”
Stay tuned for the next audio challenge coming this October known as “Octaver.”
Look for the hashtags #audiomo and #octaver on all social networks.
We are coming to the close of the Febooary Festival. Let’s take a moment to vote on the topics for next year’s event. This way you have had your say in what will be used as topics for next year. Or perhaps you have a topic you could suggest? Please add it in a comment or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLICK below to get the full list of topics to vote on.
Next year’s hashtag is febooary16 (just one hashatag)
Thank you again for making this challenge a success!
One of the followers of Febooary on Twitter is Chirp Aloud, a free web app. The web app is a very simple voice recording site. There are no bells or whistles with this free site.
There are simple instructions of
However, I found it difficult to use. Probably because my stuff was not working properly.
I had issues with the statement of “Wait for the File Preview to generate before Submitting your Chirp!” Not once did I see any form of uploading or hourglass or indication of the processing of a file. The only place to type anything is the tag line. A person can type up to 10 tags per audio.
What I did notice about this free web app was…
There is no main page to find other members. No way of listening to other audio. It’s just a record page. There is no about page, no help page.
The idea is cool. ChirpAloud is just floating out there in cyberspace. If anyone does successfully complete an audio please let me know. I would like your opinion on it. Another things I noticed that on their Twitter feed there is no mention of anyone using their free web app. I searched for hashtags, but found nothing to connect to this site. Looks like this might be a dead-end site. Chirp Aloud is a product of SeriouslyWeb.com
There are ONLY 10 days left before the kick-off of Febooary starts. Thanks to those who took a few minutes to vote on topics. So far the results are as follows…