Better late than never. China revalues the Yuan, more on London, the AFL-CIO split, and farewell, Mr. Scott. All here in Episode 205.
Questions that need to be answered: Why is Rick Santorum crazy? What motivates suicide bombers? Why are the ads during Meet the Press so weird? It’s all in Episode 204.
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You asked for it, you got it. Episode 202 is ready for download.
The Prof & I talk Independence Day, Bratwurst, the VA, the Seattle Monorail, and more. Enjoy. And, as always, we love to hear feedback. The email kind, that is. Not the annoying kind that happens when your microphone is too close to your speaker. That kind sucks.
Well, it’s been a long time coming, folks, but I’m happy to report that Bruno & the Professor is back on the air! This time around, we’re making a few changes. Instead of doing a live show, we’re going to focus on getting the program out to as wide an audience as possible. The Professor and I will be putting together new episodes each week and making them available for download.
The impetus behind this is the rise of a brand-new medium called Podcasting. What is it? In a nutshell, Podcasts are a way to automatically download MP3 files to your iPod. When you “subscribe” to our podcast, your music software automatically checks in with this site, sees if there are any new episodes, and then downloads them to your computer. Next time you connect your iPod, the episode is transferred and you’re good to go.
The most popular software available for downloading and managing podcasts is called iPodder. It’s available for PC, Linux, and Mac. And, rumor has it, a new version of iTunes will be released within days that will support podcasts.
If all this podcasting is too much for you to take, we’ll always make the link available for downloading on the site and you can just pop it open and listen on your computer.
We’re going to call this one “Episode 201,” because it represents the second generation of B&P broadcasts. Episodes 1xx are all the old ones that you can find here.
The show runs about 22 minutes. As always, your feedback is not only appreciated, it’s necessary.