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Created by: Phil Windley
Created on: 19 Nov 2004
Language: English

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Add this to another station SoccerGossip.comShow#5-10-26-05 (15.11MB; download) -- SoccerGossip.comShow#5 on October 26th, 2005. We start this one off with a little "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" for all you West Ham supporters out there. Then we get into the weekends EPL fixtures. Next it's on to Tuesday and Wednesday's Carling Cup matches and we end it up with more for the West Ham faithful!!! Enjoy!!!
Selected by: Soccer Gossip [ stations ], Mon, 31 Oct 2005 00:43:50 UTC
Add this to another station SoccerGossip.comShow#4-10-19-05 (15.31MB; download) -- SoccerGossip.comShow#4 on October 19th, 2005. The English Premier League is back, so BeatleManU does his usual roundup of the weekends fixtures. Added to that, Champions League Matchday 3 and a roundup of European World Cup Qualifiers, we have quite a big show!!!
Selected by: Soccer Gossip [ stations ], Sat, 22 Oct 2005 19:23:08 UTC
Add this to another station 004: Summertime Memories (42.17MB; download) -- Listen to the podcast (42.17 MB - 1:13:42) With summer starting this week, I thought Id take you on a trip back through some of my favorite summer songs. Bready brings the live tracks and your standard concert calendar and current events are all there, along with a brand new intro. Im still working [...]
Selected by: L V. [ stations ], Tue, 28 Jun 2005 18:37:05 UTC
Add this to another station JONATHAN BOSS AGENT 14 and a HALF EPISODE 5 (1.24MB; download) -- Jonathan Boss Agent fourteen and a half ......licensed to commit justice and in service to his country brings terror to those with hearts of evil. This is a new comedy series in the same vain as the famous "Chickenman" radio series of years ago. We hope you enjoy it as much as we had funny producing it. Plus a short funny commercial from Remo Scaggs. Sponsored by: Play Flash Poker for Fun Networks.
Selected by: Unregistered Visitor, Tue, 24 May 2005 13:04:39 UTC
Add this to another station [Zebra404 - Musicparts28] (27.43MB; download) -- And again this week there's plenty of freemusic to listen to. I think februari will be the month of free music. Meanwhile I'm making some music myself but you'll listen to that stuff next month. Hope you can wait for that and that you'll enjoy this show
Selected by: Zebra 404 [ stations ], Fri, 18 Feb 2005 11:04:38 UTC
Add this to another station [Zebra404 - Musicparts27] (27.36MB; download) -- And again this week there's plenty of freemusic to listen to. I think februari will be the month of free music. Meanwhile I'm making some music myself but you'll listen to that stuff next month. Hope you can wait for that and that you'll enjoy this show
Selected by: Zebra 404 [ stations ], Thu, 10 Feb 2005 23:17:54 UTC
Add this to another station NEW 'OFF THE HOOK' ONLINE (6.92MB; download)
Selected by: Grant Schofield [ stations ], Thu, 16 Dec 2004 03:21:45 UTC
Add this to another station Rip & Read Blog Podcast for December 11, 2004 (4.92MB; download) -- Political readings from the blogosphere. Here's what I Ripped & Read today: NannyGate at The Office of Homeland Security Apparently Bernard Kerek had some skeletons in his closet that the FBI background check did not catch. Newsweek told the White House last night that there were a few issues in Kerek's background that they might want to look into. Here's what they said:On Friday night, Kerik abruptly informed the White House that we was withdrawing from the nominating process, citing potential problems with the immigration and tax status of a former nanny. “I am convinced that, for personal reasons, moving forward would not be in the best interests of your administration, the Department of Homeland Security or the American people,” Kerik said in a letter to President Bush.The left's blogosphere is triumphant. Here's Steve Soto of The Left Coaster on the subject: Yes, just several days after Bush called him one of the best law enforcement officials in the nation, and after the White House did a thorough background check on him so that he could be announced quickly as Tom Ridge's replacement at Homeland Security, Bernard Kerik withdrew tonight from consideration, because of nanny problems. Looking at his record, those were the least of his ethical trangressions. As Newsweek noted tonight, it was left to the magazine to bring to the White House's attention tonight that Kerik ran afoul of the law for not paying condominium maintenance fees, and having a bench warrant issued against him. Plus he filed for bankruptcy several years ago. So much for the White House background check operation. Just what the hell does the FBI do anyway, if a newsmagazine does a better job checking someone out than they do? In truth, Kerik was a corrupt GOP politician who happened to have a badge. Everything you need to know about why he was your typical Bush government servant is here, thanks to the Center for American Progress. It's sad to see that the ineptitude the Administration demonstrates in Iraq and foreign policy in general has spread to the most basic tasks like background checks and assembling a cabinet of bootlicking cronies. As Glenn says, "Ouch". In the "He's Not Dead Yet" category, Brian Doherty in Reason's Hit Run blog noticed a desparately written article in Slate.It's Over, Tim. It's Over. Let's Go Home. One of the more bizarre (perhaps intentionally so) "I can't believe this is happening" pieces from a Kerry partisan (and self-proclaimed Electoral College bore) Timothy Noah over at Slate. (You might have hoped such pieces were a forgotten relic of November 2004, but alas, no.) Even though there has never been more than one faithless elector (who votes against his state's popular vote) in any election, Noah notes that Kerry would only need, um, 18 of them to still pull it out! But 18 is a very petty number for a man of Noah's infinite sense of opportunites barely missed:If John Kerry had gotten 118,776 more votes in Ohio, he would have claimed Ohio's 20 electors, giving him 272 electors to Bush's 266. For want of 118,776 votes, John Kerry lost the presidency. I'm not going to pretend I don't still brood about this.Not entirely sure if I'm laughing with you or at you, Mr. Noah, but I'm laughing. He's dead. Trust me. Sean Hackorth has some better advice for the Democrats in his American Mind blog. Dean, M.D. and the Democrats' Future It's deja vu all over again among the Democrats: [From the Hill:]The race to be the next chairman of the Democratic National Committee is shaping up as a retread of January’s Iowa caucuses, with former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean emerging as the early front-runner and the Democratic establishment furiously scrambling for a candidate to beat him.As much as I'd like to see Howard Dean, M.D. running the DNC it won't help the party better connect to all voters. Virulent anti-Bush tirades may satisfy a gloomy political base, but it's not the foundation for future electo
Selected by: Charlie Quidnunc [ stations ], Sun, 12 Dec 2004 03:32:36 UTC
Add this to another station Richard Florida: The Rise of the Creative Class (19.76MB; download) -- I like this podcast a lot. When I was in the Governor's office, we thought about this kind of thing a lot. Here's the description: IT Conversations audio from Pop!Tech 2004 (Global Creativity): Richard Florida, Professor of Economic Development at Carnegie Mellon University explains the shift from an industrial society to a worldwide creative society.
Selected by: Phil Windley [ stations ], Fri, 19 Nov 2004 01:44:43 UTC
Add this to another station The Gillmor Gang: November 12, 2004 (27.12MB; download) -- (The Gillmor Gang on IT Conversations) This week The Gang starts off wondering about Chris Stone's departure from Novell, which he was steering back towards the Linux market. And what about Sun? Are they serious about Linux on the desktop, or is that just a poker chip, a placemark for their real move into software-as-service? Speaking of software-as-service, The Gang dives head-first into Google. Jon says Gmail is "seductively powerful," but is Google on the path to becoming The Borg? Will we have to turn to turn to (gasp) Microsoft to save us? Or will Google continue to be our best buddy? The show concludes with a discussion of podcasting: its potential business models and its ultimate effect on Big Media. Michael Vizard, editor-in-chief of CRN Magazine, joins The Gang this week.
Selected by: Phil Windley [ stations ], Fri, 19 Nov 2004 01:35:05 UTC
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