Here's a great video/audio reminder to us all, from Canadian indie band & "official band of Canadian podcasting," Uncle Seth:
You Don't Need an iPod (iPad, Zune, etc.) to listen to podcasts. A podcast is simply a series of readily-available audio (and sometimes video) files that are published on the Web periodically. The vast majority of podcast listeners enjoy these broadcasts by simply plugging a set of headphones into their desktop or laptop computers!
As a matter of fact, you don't even need to use iTunes to subscribe to a podcast. Simply use Google Reader or the built-in feed reader in Internet Explorer to keep up-to-date on the latest episodes. (If you want more info on how to do this, just zap me an email!)
If you'd like more information about listening to or making podcasts, visit Tony Vincent's most excellent Web site, Learning In Hand.
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