Top 7 Technical Podcasts

Here’s a list of all the technical podcasts I’m currently listening to – my “top 7”. I have a longer commute now and whether in the car or the train, I’ve had lots of time to keep up. I’ve branched out and tried a LOT of different shows but these are the ones I’ve stuck with…

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My Podcast List

Finding and keeping up with quality podcasts is not easy. I have some ideas for a better “podcatching” client that would help with this, but in the meantime it’s a manual process to keep pruning my subscriptions to a manageable level. Here’s my current subscription list, using the old Sears “good, better, best” lineup and indicating how many of the episodes I listen to completely: Best The Bitterest Pill – a classic with great, funny stories; sometimes runs a bit long (almost all episodes) Hanselminutes – one of my favorites; in-depth technology without being overly long (all episodes) Reel Reviews…

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Yahoo! Podcasts

Today Yahoo! unveiled support for podcasts — finding, downloading, and listening. I’m just starting to play with it, but it appears to support both Yahoo Music Engine (YME) and iTunes. (If you’re already using YME, be sure to get the podcast plugin.) The site seems to focus on finding podcast series and individual episodes, https://buyingdiazepam10mg.com with decent search and tagging capabilities. I thought it would keep track of podcast subscriptions for you, but instead it’s basically a searchable directory. You can listen online with a lightweight player, or download a “.pcast” file into YME or iTunes for subscribing and downloading…

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Palm as Podcasting Platform

Today Rob Fahrni ponders whether a Palm podcasting platform makes sense: It’s new and it’s hip. It’s the perfect time to create a new piece of hardware to support this endeavor. I myself this Palm is in the best position to make it work. Why Palm? Well for one thing you can write code to run on it! That’s absolutely critical. My question is how good is the microphone on the Treo 650? Could someone get enough recording time on the device? Why hasn’t Palm jammed a 5 GB hard drive into one yet? Is it because it would increase…

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