I previously highlighted my favorite picks of Linux podcasts in my article titled 'Illuminating Linux Podcasts'. I wanted to keep the selection down to 20 podcasts. But this inevitably meant that some admirable Linux podcasts were omitted. Sorry to these podcasters! So here are a further 10 podcasts that will be of interest to Linux users.
I subscribe to a lot of podcasts. Many of them, though, I only read the podcast description (saved in the metada of the mp3, I think) before deciding if I want to bother downloading that particular episode.
All I can seem to find are a plethora of WoW podcasts and console gaming podcasts. Where are the podcasts that cover PC gaming, tweaking rigs, messing with mods (software or hardware), experiencing [NDA lifted] beta tests, etcetera?
I'm looking on stitcher, so maybe my options are just severely limited there.
Recently I sold my iPod Touch. Is there an app paid or free that lets me sync to my Nexus 4 to iTunes. After syncing will it group my music as music and podcasts as podcasts. Cause after transferring my library to my phone it all comes up as music.
I am using gpodder 3.5.1 under Ubuntu 12.04. Occasionally I mark all podcast entries as 'old' (or 'not new'). That helps me notice fresh podcasts easily after the next update. I do this from Gpodder GUI front-end by making it show all podcasts (View->All Episodes) and then marking all podcasts as 'not-new' by right-clicking.
I had been using my ipoop and usb thumb drives to listen to music/ podcasts. So I never had the honor of experiencing the awful nature of android music apps. Until now. I've been using my phone to play podcasts in my car on the way to and from work. Any music app works fine ... until you pause the app and then open other apps throughout the day.
Hello fellow birders,
It’s time for another Songbird for Android release! New in this release is support for Podcasts.
Podcasts will now show up in their own view. Also, when listening to Podcasts, we’ll automatically bookmark the last position and restore it when you start listening to it again later.
As always there’s a slew of bug fixes and improvements for you to enjoy.