TinyWebRadio is a small, portable music player for your USB drive, so you can enjoy hearing your favorite internet stations at work or where ever you may be.
The developer considers the program to be pretty self-explanatory, but I do think it is worth mentioning that the software is free, it is easy to use, and there are only really two directions:
- Right-click on a station in the preset-list to add it to the favorites
- Right-click on the filelist in “My Recordings” to bring up a menu
Add TinyWebRadio to your USB drive and enjoy web radio at work!
Posted 21 Dec 2008 — by Ellie
Category Geek Girl
photo credit: ColumbusCameraOp
Santa Claus is coming to town, and if you are like me, this year you are still looking for the perfect gift at *almost* the last minute.
I’ve done some of the heavy lifting for you and compiled a list of the 10 ultimate iPod accessories for your favorite music aficionado from Amazon.com, where you can still order by Tuesday at 3pm PST and still get your gifts delivered by Christmas Eve. It’s not too late to get these delivered by Christmas – just order now!
Posted 20 Nov 2008 — by HarriMac
Are you like me and don’t like to use iTunes? Well you’re still in luck for using video and audio podcasts on your iPod or mp3 player. I love MediaMonkey to pieces but it only supports audio. So what to do? Try these programs below:
Windows Media Player – Yes, this program that pretty much comes standard on Windows systems can support video and audio podcasts and sync them with your iPod. How do you use WMP to sync your iPod?
Juice 2.2 – Built specifically for podcasts, it comes highly recommended and is said to be very quick and efficient.
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How and Where To Get Podcasts & Enjoy Life a Little More
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Posted 11 Aug 2008 — by Ellie
Category Geek Girl
Gas prices are through the roof and most Americans do not live anywhere near public transit. So, people are shifting their extra money to gas, but what fun is gas? You surely can’t play with it or talk to it.
So, here are 7 Ways to Entertain Yourself for Free – both on and offline – but tied back to technology one way or another – because we wouldn’t be geeks if we didn’t figure out how to tie it back to a computer or a piece of hardware or software, right?
Too busy to read? Want to catch up with me, the Ultimate Geek Girl, while on the bus or exercising? Listen to my posts on your iPod or MP3 player – or even at home on your computer!
Subscribe via Odiogo now!
Read how I created an audio feed at Turn your blog posts into podcasts!
The process was as easy as 1-2-3 and now, I have audio of all of my posts, so you can listen on the go!
If you’ve never used a podcast before, check out my simple directions at How to Subscribe to thepinkc Podcast! 😎
Give your readers another way to catch up with your latest posts. Turn your blog posts into podcasts!
The process is actually pretty simple if you follow these steps. Keep in mind that this doesn’t mean you have to record your posts or pay an actor to do it for you!
Odiogo is FREE and the quality is actually pretty good! After signing up, Odiogo will contact you to confirm your enrollment within hours. The computerized voice is easy to understand and very professional.
This is the introductory podcast for thepinkc. I hope you enjoy. Be sure to read the latest announcement for information on how to add the podcast to your iTunes or Google Reader.
Enjoy your weekend!
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Posted 01 Jun 2007 — by Ellie
Directions for iTunes users: 1. Open iTunes. 2. Go to the “advanced” tab at the top. 3. When the menu drops down click subscribe to podcast. 4. Enter, or copy and paste, http://podcasts.odiogo.com/thepinkc-ultimate-geek-girl/podcasts-xml.php and click OK. The podcast will open up in your podcast directory and updates can be updated manually or automatically by setting your preferences.
Directions for Google Reader users: 1. Sign into your account. 2. Go to the “Add Subscription” button on the left-hand side. 3. When the window pops up, enter, or copy and paste http://podcasts.odiogo.com/thepinkc-ultimate-geek-girl/podcasts-xml.php and press ADD. The entire feed for the website will be listed in your Reader.