I've been playing with iPodder for a while. I hadn't looked at it until I got my Muvo, though I've realised that I didn't really need something like that in order to use it. So far I've been listening to Adam Curry's Daily Source Code
and Dave Winer's Morning Coffee Notes
. Adam Curry's recording is very well produced, but that probably comes from the fact that he was an MTV DJ. It actually sounds like a proper analogue radio show, whereas Dave Winer's is pretty much him hitting record while he is in his car and rambling for a bit. Also listened to Moira Gunn's interview with William Gibson on IT Conversations
- first thing I noticed was that Moira sounds like the default speech synthesis voice on Mac OSX :) I don't think that it's really necessary to keep announcing to people what they are listening to through a programme like that- it's unlikely that the listeners will tune in halfway through, and there's enough information in the ID3s to tell you as well. Not very important but the interview was interesting.