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2005-07-26 21:24:05.930971+00 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

Forest[Wiki] is here, and we're working with him on study skills. Part of that is note taking, and as we were talking about it I mentioned some of my difficulties, and he suggested that I record Skype and iChat[Wiki] conference calls so that I can go back to 'em later.

So, all you "podcasters" and whatever: Audacity doesn't seem to have a "record what I'm hearing in my headphones", and what I'd really like is a "record both my mic and my headphones" application. For the Mac. Anyone got experience?

[ related topics: Work, productivity and environment Macintosh ]

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#Comment Re: made: 2005-07-26 23:39:08.288985+00 by: Dori

I ended up with something long, so I made it its own post over on my blog. Short version: you probably want Audio Hijack Pro.

#Comment Re: made: 2005-07-27 15:08:11.985455+00 by: ebradway

Study skills - I didn't learn those until I started studying something I cared about and in enough detail to exceed my attention span. I definitely had terrible study skills coming out of high school - and my first two years of college. Now I realize that taking notes and reading the text actually means you have to put less effort into the class.

#Comment Re: made: 2005-07-30 17:46:47.835013+00 by: Shawn

This is one of the biggest things I found wrong with the [my] school experience: They never taught any study skills. To this day I still don't feel I really have any idea how to "properly" study - I just rely on my natural aptitude for learning.