Saturday, March 03, 2007

Another B List

Since I'm a proud neo-Luddite, I've only recently tried listening to podcasts. Trust me, they're a real PITA while you're on a dial-up service. But now that I've joined the 21st century, I'm toying with all the things I couldn't access previously, like videos and podcasts.

So....I have a question for the several dozen readers out there. What podcasts do you listen to, and would it be worthwhile to establish another B list of them?

Just curious.

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Blogger George said...

What are your interests?

Shoot me an e-mail and I will load you up on some RSS feeds for some cycling podcasts and other stuff as well.

I listen to a bunch of tech podcasts, PBS stuff and some non P.C. stuff as well.......

4:28 AM  
Blogger Ed W said...

I've posted this here because I don't have your email address in G-Mail, George. It's on my work laptop.

My main interests revolve around advocacy, maintenance, and transportation cycling (as in commuting), though I do follow some racing and I have a passing interest in old bicycles and their history. I know, that's fairly broad!

Send your list. As I find new feeds I'll add to it. Eventually I'll post it to CycleDog, or you can do it first since it's your list.

I just received a new cell phone, a Motorola Razr that can store podcasts on a micro SD card. The present card is only 64MB, so I'll be looking for a 2GB card to replace it. That really strikes me as funny because my first PC, an IBM PS2 model 30, had a whopping 20MB hard drive, and I wondered why I'd ever need a bigger one!

There's no hurry to reply. I know what it's like to work nights and try to juggle family life, so if you don't get around to it for a while, no problem.

10:10 AM  
Blogger Fritz said...

Spokesman and Fredcast are the one's you'll like, Ed.

Oh, I've just tagged you with one of those silly Internet blog meme things.

2:49 PM  
Blogger Ira F. Stone said...

Spokesmen and Fredcast have been mentioned, but they're worth a second mention. Additionally, Crooked Cog Network Podcast is very good. I listen to a couple of others including bikescape, but they pale in comparison to those mentioned above.

10:17 AM  

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