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The Neurotics, my band
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As of today, you can
publish your own radio show to iTunes for anyone to download and listen to on their iPods, or listen to thousands of shows from around the world. It looks like Apple won't publish them automatically, but will vet them somehow, and I'm not sure how that will work. But this is big news for the podcasting community.
Go ahead and subscribe to CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks or Todd Maffin, why don't you?
Here are some podcasts from
Gnomedex at the Gnomedex wiki.
make your own show! Here's some music to listen to while you're at it.
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