But I can’t, because the RSS 2.0 feed doesn’t include the video file as an “enclosure” element, so my podcast aggregator (iTunes, in this case) won’t receive the videos. Bummer.
I posted a comment on Tara’s blog about it, and I wanted to post a comment to Dabble, to let them know about the problem, but you have to be a registered member of the blog to post a comment. So, I’m posting here, in hopes that they see it and fix the problems (the lack of enclosures, and the lack of an easy way to talk back to them).
Unfrotunately, because of all this, Dabble just got a lot less interesting to me. Sure, I could go to the site, and manually click and download and watch the video, and then do it again in a few days. But that’s the old and broken way. Just like bookmarking your favorite sites, and then remembering to click on them one at a time, and trying to figure out if there’s something new since the last time you were there…
Wouldn’t it be cool if there were a way to automate that whole procedure, so you could automatically see updates for sites you’ve indicated you’re interested in following? 😉