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What To Do Over the Thanksgiving Holiday

Step 1. Make sure you own an iPod (or iPod-like device) and iTunes.

Step 2. Download iPodder.

Step 3. Subscribe to podcast-enabled feeds. Actually, skip straight to the good stuff: Snarkpal Minus Kelvin‘s Music Blog.

Step 4. Let iPodder sync while you sleep. It downloads the e-funk straight to your iPod.

Step 5. Dance… dance… dance!


Matt says…

Oh master of the podcaster, tell us:

Is there any way for us non-iPod-equipped mortals to hear the sweet, sweet tunes emanating from -K’s Music Blog?

Indeed. MP3 links served up over at his site. Check out the track “Saturday, Early Afternoon” — I predict you in particular will love it.

More generally, most podcast download programs will work whether you are sending the music to your iPod or to your hard drive. Okay, when I say “most” I mean “the two I tried”, which means Nimiq and some other one I didn’t keep.

Probably if you just have an RSS reader you can use that to get music off Podcasts too. Or you can be a real geek and just load up the XML in your browser and find the URL for the file…

The snarkmatrix awaits you

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