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There are a few ways to download archived shows besides clicking the green
"download" button for every single show below:

1. This way is kind of cool . . . one show sent to you every weekday from our first show all the way to most recent. Chances are you won't catch up to the newest shows with this feed but it is a way to get a Croncast every weekday to brighten your morning commute!

Blog RSS The weekday RSS Feed (catch up over the next year of your life!)



  

2. Start from the very beginning and load up! Subscribe to each one of these feeds to download the archives. I would do one RSS feed but it exceeds the "valid" size limit of 200k used by most readers. How's that for nerdy?


Blog RSS Novemer 8, 2004 to April 31, 2005
  
Blog RSS May 1, 2005 to October 31, 2005
  
Blog RSS November 1, 2005 to April 31, 2006
  
Blog RSS May 1, 2006 to October 31, 2006
  
Blog RSS November 1, 2006 to April 31, 2007
  
Blog RSS May 1, 2007 to October 31, 2007
  
Blog RSS November 1, 2007 to April 31, 2008
  
Blog RSS May 1, 2008 to Today
  
   
3. Stream a playlist with iTunes, Windows Media Player or WinAmp
 
 

What's a "feed"? This "RSS" you speak of?
If you gotta ask . . . then I can try to answer.

"Feeds" are a way to get the newest updates, podcasts or messages from a website sent directly to you.

"RSS" is what makes feeds work. I will spare you the nerd out about how it does this.
(Yes, dear nerd friends I know that the XML is what makes it really work, but who cares. People just want their stuff . . . me included.)


How, what do I do with an "RSS" or "feed"?
Subscribe. You plug a "feed" into a "feed reader". That's what you do with it.

Plug, in this case meaning that you copy the "feed" address (URL) and paste it into your "feed reader".

Feed readers can be online, installed on your computer or both. FeedDemon is a good example of both. Online readers include Google Reader, Bloglines, NewsGator or MyYahoo!

For podcasts, specifically, give iTunes, Juice, RSS Radio or FireAnt a try.


That's too many steps!
If the prospect of even doing this freaks you out, you can use your web browser. If you have Internet Explorer 7 or any version of FireFox you can subscribe to a "feed" just like creating a bookmark or favorite.

 
     
     

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