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‘Found audio’ podcasting

Huffduffer is a (gorgeously designed) service recently launched by Jeremey Keith. Huffduffer allows you to bookmark audio files on the web, in a similar way to Delicious. The difference is that Huffduffer then creates a podcast from those audio files. Always wanted to inflict your musical taste on others but didn’t have the time/drive to create a podcast? Huffdudder does it for you. Users subscribe to your podcast in iTunes, and fresh content is delivered to them whenever you add some, without them having to do a thing.

So if you want to have my taste inflicted on you, visit my Huffduffer page to subscribe to my podcast. I’ll be posting songs I find and like as often as I can, but only files legitimately posted by the band or their people. So far acts include Bishop Allen, Dntel and M. Ward covering Bowie.

A couple of other podcasts worth checking out so far are Si and Samuel Cotterall.

4 responses so far

  1. Samuel Cotterall

    6th Nov, 2008 at 11:12 am

    Thanks for the Huffduffer link. Enjoyed your podcast.

    – S

  2. Nonimage

    6th Nov, 2008 at 12:24 pm

    Thanks Samuel. Keep up the good tunes.

  3. Milo

    9th Nov, 2008 at 11:20 pm

    Well found Andy, liking the tunes you’ve chosen so far.

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