I've been meaning to blog about the podcasts I listen to and the setup I use for consuming them as both have evolved a little over the past few months.
I use syncthing to have those replicated to my laptop and home media server.
When I'm cycling to work or in the car, I use the mp3 player to listen to them. (No, when I'm in the car, I plug it in to the stereo, I don't drive with headphones on :P)
When I'm sitting at a computer or at home, I use Plex to serve up podcasts from my home media box.
I keep on top of everything by making sure that I move (rather than copy) when putting things on the mp3 player and rely on Syncthing to remove listened-to podcasts from everywhere else.
It's not the most elegant setup I've heard of but it's simple and works for me :)
I find I have a lot of things I want to listen to and not really enough time to listen to them in. I've heard that some people speed podcasts up (I've heard as much as 50%). Does anyone do this? Does it make things any less enjoyable to listen to? I really enjoy the quality of what I listen to; I don't want to feel like I'm just consuming information for the sake of it.
Tags: audio blog podcasts