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View Poll Results: How do you listen to the Practical Backpacking™ Podcast?
I listen in my web browser (plugin). 38 20.32%
I manually download the podcast and listen with a media player or device. 81 43.32%
I subscribe via RSS/XML and listen with my iPod or other player. 39 20.86%
I listen in the iTunes directory. 26 13.90%
Other, I'll explain in this thread. 3 1.60%
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Old 10-11-2010, 11:32 AM
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tonto tonto is offline
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Gifts From The Gods

I'm a primitive.
I have a very limited knowledge of modern technology.
My computer is a black box of wonders.
By some sort of magic pod casts emit from it but I could not describe the path by which I end the journey.
How this happens is a processes similar to other lower primates pulling levers to receive rewards.
My progeny have a deeper understanding of the way these things work.
I stand in awe at the march of evolution.
I'm a Cargo Cult devotee awaiting with anticipation the return of more bounty from the either.
Pod casts are gifts from the gods.
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Old 04-22-2011, 10:31 AM
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Bigfoot60 Bigfoot60 is offline
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A primitive with an iPad

Really enjoyed Tonto's post! But I must confess I've become an iPad junkie and listen to podcasts by streaming them via WiFi or 3G. Here in Germany we have great coverage - if getting fried by electrosmog is your idea of "great". But not to worry: I don't take my iPad with me on UL hikes...at least not yet. Now if could just figure out a way to do without a sleeping bag, food and water, maybe I might...
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Old 02-10-2014, 02:03 PM
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Robislookin Robislookin is offline
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I listen on the computer and on my iPod/iPad. Thanks for all the info from the podcast. Keep up the good work!
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