Testing mp3 enclosures

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I read that WordPress automatically adds <enclosure> tags in your RSS feed if you simply post a link to an mp3.

So here is a link to
my podcast from a while back.
Will WordPress do its magic?

podcast, software, web site.

About rae

I'm a long-time Mac and iOS developer. I'm also a big fan of Ruby on Rails and relational databases. I tend to work remotely, in my basement with occasional trips to the office. I'm also a big videophile, both TV and film, and can't wait for a good, inexpensive home 4k solution.

5 comments on “Testing mp3 enclosures

  1. Dark Baver

    Okay check out the pictures for the other blog links.
    I look like Doctor Evil. Debbie looks like Debbie Evil.
    Luisa looks like somebody looking at something evil but interesting
    to her left.
    Laura and Peter look like evil extras from Motel Hell.
    And Ruth looks like ‘You’ll never see me coming, buddy.’
    Actually, leave them. They fit the page design. Like the monks in
    “The Name of the Rose”.

  2. David "Seriously, This Time" Barker

    While I am at a library workstation with no headphones, the mp3 link
    works to the point of running Quicktime and appearing to play the file.

    Ah, technology! Sometimes, like dumb luck, you work when we least
    expect it!

  3. Reid

    jok: Ya, after reading what he said, it’s clear that he Just Doesn’t Get It. He’s the kind of person who would say the web was completely unneccessary because http is just a duplication of existing stuff like ftp.

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