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Good Afternoon,
I was wandering through Permies today after finishing the 40 or so Podcasts available from Paul on iTunes.  I realize there are a gob more to listen to, but i can't seem to download them on my iPhone and would have to play them directly from Richsoil.  While this isn't so much of an issue it does make it hard to start stop and resume easily.  I mostly listen while riding my bike and walking my dog, and I've found that i cannot listen at work because I need to focus on my work and want to focus on the Podcast, so playing them on my computer or sitting through one entire Podcast in one go are both pretty much impossible.  I decided to look into other permaculture Podcasts and found that there are tons of channels with zillions of episodes...While looking through the reviews on iTunes i gave up and went back to listening to an audio book i had yet to finish.  That got me thinking that since Permies was the fantastic resource that it is maybe they have some sort of Podcast review like they do for books, tools, seeds, etc.  Alas nothing found.  And now to the meat of my quandary, is this something worth doing, and if not what other Podcasts are people listening to?  I'd like to find a second Podcast to listen to that is active (some of the Podcasts haven't posted anything in months/years) and covers permaculture / homesteading type stuff.

P.S.
No offense Paul, I will finish all your episodes eventually, I'd just like a second channel that automatically downloads so i can listen while away from WiFi.

P.S.S.
I realize this isn't a DVD, Movie, Video or Documentary so please reclassify as appropriate but I couldn't really think of where else to put my question.

Thanks,
Colter
 
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