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A short podcast with Fred and the Boots.

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Bill Crim wrote:
A short podcast with Fred and the Boots.



Sadly I live out in the boonies with satellite internet, so watching podcasts is fairly impossible.  I can't stream, it takes forever for anything to load, and it eats up bandwidth.  I love old-fashioned writing (but then I'm prejudiced because I'm a writer).  On the other hand, not being able to watch podcasts encourages me to get off the computer and outside doing stuff so I guess in the end it all works out.
 
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Podcasts are audio files, not video. I use a podcast app on my phone, so it downloads them in the background. I only get notified when they are done.

 
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Bill Crim wrote:Podcasts are audio files, not video. I use a podcast app on my phone, so it downloads them in the background. I only get notified when they are done.



I have no cell service here, either.  I'm *way* out in the boonies!
 
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This is why we love to heap apples and pie on people who write summaries for us. I cannot listen to podcasts, either, as I have kids I'm watching and little spare time. But, I LOVE reading summaries!
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:This is why we love to heap apples and pie on people who write summaries for us. I cannot listen to podcasts, either, as I have kids I'm watching and little spare time. But, I LOVE reading summaries!



I'm new to permies so I didn't know there were summaries.  Perfect for me!
 
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Not all podcasts have summaries, and some have more in depth ones than others. This one doesn't really have one yet, as no one has written one yet. But, if you look at some other podcasts, you can find nice summaries. Here's one with a really in depth summarie: https://permies.com/t/102603/podcast-Otis
 
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I guess the brevity of this podcast makes since considering the content covered, but I really enjoy the very in-depth three-parters. I would prefer the content to dictate the time rather than the time dictate the content. I may be the only one who holds this opinion.
 
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May I say, I like to read the summaries too, but if they are very in depth I won't listen to the podcast, as all the detail is covered in the summary.    
 
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