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Merlin’s weekly podcast with Dan Benjamin. We talk about creativity, independence, and making things you love.

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iTunes' built-in podcasting; revisiting public radio podcasts and RSS feeds

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With iTunes 4.9 you can now browse, find, sample and subscribe to thousands of free podcasts — radio shows delivered over the Internet to your computer — then sync them to your iPod and listen anytime, anywhere.

Perhaps this is also a good day to revisit our links to indices of non-commercial and public radio podcasts. If you haven’t visited yet, it’s basically a meta-index I’ve been building of places that point to podcasts from NPR, PRI, the BBC, and regional stations, so there’s tons of good stuff in there.

PublicRadioFan.com’s podcast directory is still my favorite, just because I love the larger PRF site, which includes detailed listings of “what’s on now” that should be a regular stop if you enjoy public radio.

Remember, also, that NPR has handy RSS feeds of their upcoming show listings. Learn who’s coming up on Fresh Air and ATC early on and right in your favorite reader.

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All this talk of the...

All this talk of the BBC, NPR. I was up in Washington and got to hear the CBC- Canadian Broadcast Radio. Can you really resist something called "Nerd podcast"? http://www.cbc.ca/podcasting/




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