- Feb 9, 2010
Lot of Luddites on a "nominally" tech focused website. That's interesting.
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I only listen on mobile but there are some desktop apps in addition to Spotify:In the car, I am driving, not listening - radio has not worked for the last 15 odd years ...
I listen to a lot of music, played via my laptop ... , via a decent USB audio interface, into my Hi-Fi.
If I had to add listening to podcasts to my phone, battery is not likely to last till end of day.
For desktop there don't appear to be as many as I thought.Spotify. Along with literally hundreds of others.
For desktop there don't appear to be as many as I thought.
Sure, nothing is then I guess.Because podcasts often reference stuff about the region they're from (ie. Aussie podcasts often reference Aussie culture). Podcasts aren't neutral objects on the internet.
Poor and vokkol?I think they want to gauge the quality of local content, and the support it gets ...