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Photocasting

Kevin Rose is predicting (or seems to have some inside word) that Steve Jobs will announce Photocasting (via iPhoto) in his keynote address in a few hours.

Photocasting – interesting. Note sure how that differs from the Flickr plugins for iPhoto – but time will tell.

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  1. Alec says:

    It seems to be an RSS feed with photos basically. It appears to be limited to .Mac members?

  2. Shq says:

    Steve Jobs at MacWorld:

    12:30 PM – “Something incredibly new: Photocasting. This is Podcasting for photos.”
    12:31 PM – “Wouldn’t it be great if every time I updated a photo album, people subscribed to it would get the latest photos?”
    12:32 PM – ” It works through .Mac. You can set a password. Whenever there’s a change, those changes will get downloaded right into their subscription album. They can make their cards with them, they can set their desktop pictures with them… We use industry standard RSS, so anyone can subscribe – you don’t even need a Mac.”

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