Sunday, September 18, 2011

Tin Foil Hat Show - Episode 014

Episode 14. Back after family vacation and returning to the normal school schedule the Tin Foil Hat show returns with episode 14.  Where topics turn into rants, errata galore, disclaimers are made and gpg is proven easy.

This episode's Podcast review was of the Jim Hightower Lowdown.  From acclaimed author and political commentator Jim Hightower.  Don't go looking for another Daily Show or Stephen Colbert, this is real commentary made with real supporting evidence and citations like real journalism.

The new episode should be in your favorite podcatcher for download already. If you haven't added me to your podcatcher software, please add the RSS feed on the right.

The podcast is also available to play directly online at the Fuzion Podcast Network.

For the instructions to get the show notes please see the instructions as posted in the post for the first episode. These instructions haven't changed. 

Feedback as always is welcome, or you can contact me by any of the other methods listed here on this blog. Please remember that the show is very new and still settling in, but constructive criticisms are always appreciated.

Enjoy and please do send me feedback and corrections, it can only make the show better. A permanent link to the show's rss feed is listed on the right side of the blog.

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Stephen said...

I'm a gPodder user and have just now gotten around to installing brot's TFH show notes plugin. It worked just fine (as expected) with one thing for a new user to be aware of (at least in my experience with gPodder 2.18): If the episode is already downloaded before you install the plugin, it will not extract the show notes for that episode; it only works (for me at least) on a fresh download of the episode. And to get a fresh download, I had to remove and resubscribe to the podcast.

Frank said...

I commend your comments on the hysteria of fear regarding terrorism. The sad thing is this: Fear sells. And sucker buy.