This page is mainly used to help me keep track of all the podcasts I listen to. Whenever I change audio applications, it’s a pain to remember what feeds I need to reload again. For the most part the RSS feeds point to the show’s MP3/OGG audio list. For more on what is RSS (Really Simple Syndication), check out Wikipedia.
Useful Podcast Portals
- Hacker Media -
- Tech Podcasts – “If it’s tech it’s here”
- The Linux Link – a web site listing just about all the good linux podcasts available.
This would bet a good time to introduce you to gPodder. This podcatching client is an open source program that perfectly retreives podcast feeds and I’ve found it easy to sync to my Blackberry 8820. For testing out new podcasts, I simply use Google Reader.
I’ve been introduced to OPML through gPodder, later on it was taken up a notch through Juice by introduced me to PodNova. Excellent service/directory for podcasts and they also support XML-based files called OPML. OPML stores your podcast feeds thus eliminating the need to manually find your feeds again. If you want to see my gigantic list of podcasts, click on the OPML icon (to the right).
Note: I found out that my PodNov feeds were old, so even though PodNova is a great service, for some reason I’m not getting the latest content.