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podcast is delayed

I am trying to find a server to store mp3 files for podcasting. So do not subscribe to never mind the beasts on itunes yet. For some reason it's just a pdf file right now.


didi said…
this is the one we use.
postpran said…
thanks Didi. I'll check it out.
Anonymous said…
You can always post your audio over at PoetrySpace and then link to the file that's stored there. That way your audio will be on two podcasts at once!

-- Greg D
didi said…
While you are at it, you may want to send me a few mp3s for the Lucipo show I am putting together. Gee you realize just how hot you are. You got two publishers after you.


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