Alonzo mariachiac at aim.com
Fri Oct 30 12:09:19 EDT 2009

I'm not sure what your trying to do. It sounds like your trying to download 
podcasts from the shell. If so, use mashpodder. You can search for it in 
google and download it via svn. You can also use bash podder, newbeuter 
which is an rss reader/podcast catcher.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Karen Lewellen" <klewellen at shellworld.net>
To: "Speakup is a screen review system for Linux." <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 11:07 PM
Subject: Re: PodRacer

> Hi Larry,
> Thanks, but I have only one location in mind, grin.
> Karen
> On Wed, 28 Oct 2009, Hart Larry wrote:
>> Hi Karen:  As I remember, PodRacer was written by Lorenzo, who may still 
>> be on this list.  If Ken were to install a pod catcher on Shellworld, you 
>> would still want to download the items every so many days.  Some 
>> alternatives to going that root, would be exploring odeo dot com  where 
>> you can search for podcasts-and-individually download them.  Some years 
>> ago before a redesign, my yahoo was a great place for this, but as usual, 
>> they ruined it.  Another place where I had good luck was
>> www.miroguide.com
>> However, since April the direct download links for the audio or video are 
>> displaying a jpeg instead.  I have written them, but they seem confused 
>> about what changed.
>> Some sites include direct downloads for podcasts, such as ABC-News, CNN, 
>> and CBS-News, but many such as Washington Post want you to use an rss 
>> reader.
>> Since I have no idea about pod catchers in DOS, I cannot say, but 
>> managing the subscriptions locally may be better.
>> Hope that provides some insite
>> Hart
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