What is podcasting?
If you don’t know what Podcasting is, check out the Wikipedia:
Briefly, the word podcasting comes from two words: iPod and broadcasting. Although the word is derived from iPod, you do NOT need an iPod to listen to the audio program. Any MP3 player will suffice.
In fact, you do not even need an MP3 player. All you need to listen to the audio program is an internet connection (preferably broadband), a computer, and speakers or headphones.
In other words, a podcast is simply an MP3 audio file that you can download from the Internet. Once the MP3 audio file has been downloaded, you can either listen to it from your computer or you can transfer it to your MP3 player – which is great because you ultimately decide when and where you want to listen to it.
What makes podcasting special?
If you have a portable media player (like an iPod) and you want FREE content delivered automatically to you, then podcasting is for YOU.
How Can I listen?
1) Click on the link below to download the free,
cross-platform program ‘Juice Reciever’
or one of the other Podcast-catching programs for listeners (courtesy of Podcast411). You might also want to install the free program iTunes
2) Right-click on the XML button below and copy/paste the link into iPodder
3) Your Podcast aggregator will download the episodes automatically to
your computer, and to your mp3-player!