[color=blueviolet]I've found I new knitting podcast and I thought I'd let everyone know since I haven't seen it mentioned here before. It's called Cast-On and it's really cool. The host describes it as a magazine only different. She tells stories and in between them she plays music. It's a really cool format. I've only listened to the first out of two episodes, but so far I'm loving it. It's very different from KnitCast and that's what I really like about it.[/color]
Crikey - I feel old![size=2][color=blue]:::Limping off to Google "Pod Cast" and find out what the (#&%$ that is:::[/color][/size]
:roflhard: Only reason I know anything about it is because of my kids. I don't have an ipod though. :rollseyes:
[color=blueviolet]See my post here for a detailed explanation on podcasts.[/color]
[color=blueviolet]You don't need to have an iPod or an mp3. You can use whatever software you use to listen to mp3s on your computer already.[/color]
Jessi -- thanks for all the info and links. Now I just need to figure out how I can sneak and listen while here at work! :devil:
Thanks, I'll have to give it a listen, I've just started listening to them when I started knitting my clapotis, although I knew they were around, never got around to listening...very cool & lots of knitting knowlegde to be found
Common misconception that you need an iPod to get Podcasts. You don't.
Follow her link above...
All you need is the thing you're currently sitting in front of - a computer (with speakers).
It's like the internet, only auditory.