Podbreeze - Podcatcher that runs from an MP3 player

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  1. CEB

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    I stumbled on Podbreeze a week or so ago.

    It's a little podcatcher than can live on an MP3 player. That way, you can download your podcasts from any PC you have access to.

    I haven't used it much, but thought I'd let you all know.
     
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    YAY! Colin's back! :cool:
     
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    Hi Joe-boy ;)

    Been lurking from time to time. Seems like everyone has a swanky new avatar.
     
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    I'm a wee confused....is this PalmOS ready?

    Looks like just the ticket for me though if it would work on my TX.
     
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    From what I understand it runs on Windows.
    The nifty thing here is that the program itself can be stored on your MP3 player IF it is able to act as USB stick.

    BTW that USB installation already chokes on my external USB HDD.
    'No external drives attached', it says ... tjeeezzz :rolleyes:
     
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    Ah, I see this might be a lemon (or not a Lemon, if you see what I mean). It works on my Creative Zen Nano Plus MP3 player when connected to my old notebook, but not when connected to my new notebook.

    Nine is right (hello Nine), it suposedly works on any device that can act as a drive. I'm trying to decide whether to use it on the MicroSD card for my new VarioIII/Tilt, or find a podcatcher for Win Mobile 6.
     
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    I heard your other half likes little things.

    Excellent players, Creative. Better than iPods.

    What's the point of an iPod as a podcast player of you can't delete the podcast once you've listened to it???
     
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    On the other hand, iPods are soooooo cool. I still want one :)
     
  10. palmgeek5394

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    The reason you don't have to delete the podcasts is because of all the storage space. Although it will accumulate.
     
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