--- In email@example.com, "caroosky" <carter@...> wrote:
> The best solution I found was a feed reader plugin for Outlook called
> Attensa. It's an RSS reed reader that displays feeds in Outlook, sort
> of like an email. BUT- it also downloads enclosures to a folder of my
> choosing, which you can tell Windows Media Player to sync to your
> device every time you hook up. I used it for quite a while, until one
> day, for no apparent reason, it just stopped working at all. I tried
> all the suggestions of tech support, but nothing worked.
> Since then, I moved on to gmail, and I am using my Nokia N93 phone,
> and the Nokia podcasting app that runs on it, to listen to a number of
> podcasts. The phone is wi-fi, and I can subscribe to a podcast feed
> and download episodes right on the device.
> I think the soon-to-arrive next generation of devices that will be
> wi-fi enabled is going to make the computer unnecessary for syncing
> and subscribing to podcasts.
> Still, keep in mind that 70% of podcast listeners listen on their
> computers anyway.
> Carter Harkins
> Making Podcasts Interactive
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David" <rigante@> wrote:
> > I wish!
> > As far as I have found, there is no good way to subscribe to a podcast
> > on a PC.
> > I haven't found a good aggregator that doesn't have flaws yet either.
> > I don't even want any high end facilities, just a simple program that
> > downloads the latest episodes. I still end up checking the recived
> > stuff regularly and finding problems.
> > I am using Juice at the moment and it seems to re-download the same
> > shows over and over again, it also does part-downloads and you only
> > find out when the show cuts out half way through listening to it.
> > (rant over)
> > I did try Nimiq and that seemed OK, may have to try it again.
> > iTunes is probably the best way to go, altrhough i prefer to have a
> > little more control!
> > cheers
> > David
> > www.themodelmakerspodcast.com
> > --- In email@example.com, "timchr" <surfbits@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello all,
> > > I had a client ask me a question about subscribing to a podcast in
> > > Windows.
> > > My question is, can you send an email with a link or URL that a
> > > Windows using can click on that will subscribe to an RSS Feed (with
> > > enclosures like podcasts) automatically without downloading a third
> > > party program like iTunes?
> > >
> > > Thanks, Tim
> > >
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