Eric, I say you scrap both your options and just get this:
Directly from C-SPAN’s Podcast Website.
“IMPORTANT NOTICE: Use of C-SPAN Podcasts and RSS Feeds is Restricted. Please Read Notice Below Carefully.
The audio content of C-SPAN’s podcasts and the content of C-SPAN’s RSS feeds are fully protected by copyright.
Neither C-SPAN’s podcasts nor their associated RSS feeds may be used for any political, commercial or otherwise unauthorized purpose. Any retransmission, sale, public performance or other unauthorized duplication of the podcasts or of the RSS feeds is strictly prohibited.
However, you may make copies of the podcasts and RSS feeds (by means of, for example, a PC, an MP3 player, or a CD) solely for your personal and noncommercial use.
No C-SPAN podcast or RSS feed may be displayed on any website, including personal websites.”
This very interesting, does this mean that you can not add C-SPAN’s RSS feed to a directory? I don’t get why they would do this. What does this accomplish. Can a directory not have a C-SPAN podcast in their directory? I think they need to clarify what they mean . Really though, what should I care, they are only hurting themselves.
Tod maffin and why you should use speakers to mix your podcasts and audio projects.
You should start looking for a new job pronto if you fit the description in this article. Hmm, maybe I should start hunting for a new job tonight. I fit every description in this article and I mean every.
Guys, just wanted to let everyone know that Flickr has a planned outage at 10pm Pacific time for @2 hours.
Duh!!!! what the hell else were they suspecting with this survey.
Ever wondered how people make all those cool mashups you hear. Happy mashing.
I’m a little annoyed that Microsoft’s new Education Pack is only for Tablet PC edition of Windows XP. Can anybody tell me why?
Here is a Leo Laporte interview by Mad Penguin about open source software. Leo Laporte: “The PC and open source will outlive Windows”. If you’ve been living in a bubble Leo Laporte is one of the former hosts of “The Screen Savers” from the old Tech TV, and now does a weekly radio show and a podcast called TWIT with some of the former Tech TV hosts.