podcast on google? Or other?
kline at thought.org
Tue Sep 15 02:52:36 UTC 2009
On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 11:26:27PM +0200, Polytropon wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Sep 2009 14:02:18 -0700, Gary Kline <kline at thought.org> wrote:
> > hey guys, i'll deny i ever wrote this because i *should* know already...
> > but don't. i've clicked on several podcast sites and they show links to yahoo and a couple
> > others. does google have this [POD] icon? OR what do i install here on freebsd-7.1 that i
> > can use to listen to podcasts or otherwise play old/archived streams?
> What format are those podcasts in? In OGG/Vorbis or MP3 format,
> you can use your favourite music player (mine is xmms) and use
> it for the specific media type; the browser's configuration
> editor should allow you to do so.
> The xmms program is able to play streamed media content, but
> mplayer should be fine, too.
i usually use kmplayer because i can kill it o r click-on to kill/stop.
i was looking at a particular show on national public radio [NPR] nd wound up
at the podcast section. i think, am not certain, that if i select the 'podcast'
thing, this show will show up daily or weekly, whatever .... rather than me having to
spent minutes of finding Show, finding archive place, and then selecting
Stream or Podcast.
if i'm not making enough sense, i'll wait until i've had a good night's sleep!
PS: DEfinite offtopic but i may have found a legit ebook publisher ... they pod
publish in us, canada, and in europe. [[i had no idea it'd be this hard just
finding the right place. =sigh=]]
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