Makeaudio-1Interview with Jason Scott, of Textfiles.com and who is also the director of the amazing new film THE BBS DOCUMENTARY “live” from DEFCON. This is a special enhanced podcast (this file plays images and links in iTunes and on iPod color devices). Right click or Control + click to download this M4B to your local system. iTunes: Click this link and click SUBSCRIBE. ODEO: click here.

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  1. Please stop releasing all your audio content in proprietary/DRM formats. Ogg would be great, MP3 would be acceptable. Heck even DRM’ed wma is better because at least Windows users (the overwhelming majority, don’t even bother trying to argue that point) can play that.

  2. I agree! Some of us old farts that use Windows have no use for an iPod or any other whizbang ear-splitting rap-noise reproducer.

  3. Actually, “Podcasts” aren’t a creation of Apple Computer. Typically they are in MP3 format and since they use RSS to publish feed information, I’m sure there are non-iTunes Podcast clients for the computing platform of your choice.

    Strictly speaking, the only thing connecting Podcasting to Apple is the addition of Podcasting support to iTunes 4.9 and the publication of a Podcasting directory (though I’m sure they’re in no hurry to end the iPod/Podcasting confusion).

  4. I agree with these previous posts. All I want to do is download your Podcasts to my Creative “Muvo” player, yet you insist on these non MP3, non WMA formats. I am sure your subscription rates would go up if you were not so much Apple & iTunes centric in your worldview. Hey, I have a Win-doze machine, yet I still “tinker” with tech too!

  5. I agree with these previous posts. All I want to do is download your Podcasts to my Creative “Muvo” player, yet you insist on these non MP3, non WMA formats. And, I am sure your subscription rates would go up if you were not so much Apple & iTunes centric in your worldview.

  6. Podcasting to Mobile Phones! (No iPod, MP3 player, or iTunes mobile required). A free iPodder add-on developed by Tea Vui Huang automatically converts podcasts to the widely supported AMR-NB mobile phone audio format.
    MobileCast

  7. View Enhanced Podcasts on Mobile Phones! (No iPod, MP3 player, or iTunes mobile required). An experimental software by Tea Vui Huang converts enhanced podcast into J2ME Midlets.
    View Demo

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