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Dec 02, 2010 1:47 am

Is it possible to include these podcasts in the audio archives? Wouldn't want to get Dominik in trouble, but I was never an Apple-fanboy. And I still don't understand why you need to install three programms (two of which you're not even told about) just to access a simple mp3...

But then again, maybe someone could enlighten me...
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Dec 02, 2010 11:23 am

Actually you only need to install Quicktime (something that should be on every PC or Mac because you will need it sooner or later) or any other browser-compatible mp3 player plugin :wink: However, here is the url in case you'd like to download the podcast(s):

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http://web.me.com/steveagee/Site/Media/Episode%2034.mp3
The last two digits represent the episode number.
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Dec 02, 2010 11:32 am

You can also download the much more easily through iTunes. Just type Steve Agee into the iTunes Store search bar and you can download all of them for free.
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Dec 03, 2010 7:45 am

I was talking about Quicktime, actually. After uninstalling it, two other Apple programms still remained installed. Automatic updater maybe? Didn't really check, just uninstalled them manually right away. But enough about my (irrational) aversion to Apple.
Thanks for the direct download link.
I guess, that's a "no" on the archive addition then...
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Dec 03, 2010 8:47 am

Bifrons wrote:I was talking about Quicktime, actually. After uninstalling it, two other Apple programms still remained installed. Automatic updater maybe? Didn't really check, just uninstalled them manually right away.
The reason why it remained installed is that it's commonly used by all other Apple programs like iTunes. You always need to unstall it manually. I don't like it either because the player can only handle a small range of formats and the general performance could be better. However, it's still widely used (almost every official movie website offers the trailer as a quicktime movie), which means there's no getting around it :rolleye:
Bifrons wrote:I guess, that's a "no" on the archive addition then...
Since I'm not a fan of these podcasts, I didn't upload them on EPO so far. However, I asked Steve Agee for permission to do so yesterday and will add them as soon as I receive some feedback.
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Dec 04, 2010 12:59 am

The first one wasn't so bad, but anyway, it would be great just for completion's sake.
So, thanks.
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Dec 04, 2010 7:34 pm

I've received an “okay” from Steve Agee and added the podcasts to the audio clips page today.
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