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    Tonight I'll check if I have the missing episode. I've listened since the beginning so I should have it. If so, I'll post a link and hopefully it will get back to the current admin for the site.

    Heather

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    It appears that my Episode 18 is also Episode 22. The odd thing is that the CRC32 is different from my episode 22. Hopefully someone will find the original.

    Heather

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    Oops, sorry, I was going to fix that earlier. I have it. And I've re-linked it into the episode page for episode 18, or you can get it directly.

    http://host2.cyberears.com/29417.mp3

    http://rcrpodcast.com/episodes/2011/...pisode-18.html

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    Thanks!

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    Thanks Paul.

    I also edited my "First 100 Episodes" file linked above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snuci View Post
    [...]I have recreated an RSS file[...]
    Thank you very much for the time you took in putting this together. I've been manually downloading the MP3 files and plopping them in a "manually added podcast" folder within my favorite podcatcher app like some form of neanderthal. This is way easier and will also bring the show notes with the downloads.

    Thanks again!!

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    My pleasure. I'm actually surprised at how often it gets used

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    Try the CyberEars.com RSS Feed if all else fails:

    http://www.cyberears.com/podcasts/podcast_5982.xml

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    BTW, if anyone is interested and not aware, the History of Personal Computing podcast did come back, and Jeff and I are doing the shows regularly, with a new episode this week. http://www.historyofpersonalcomputing.com/

    Best,

    David Greelish
    Computer Historian

    http://www.classiccomputing.com/CC/About_Me.html

    Get your FREE copy of my history of computer history nostalgia book!

    http://www.classiccomputing.com/CC/HB_Book.html


    Quote Originally Posted by classiccomputing View Post
    Sorry for my late response, but no, I have quit podcasting pretty much, though I'm always open to being a guest on any kind of podcast where the subject interests me, especially a computer history related one. I was doing a very good podcast, but my time became too limited: http://www.historyofpersonalcomputing.com/

    Also, if Apple's history is of any particular interest to you, then I am especially proud of this one that I created: http://notanotherapplepodcast.com/

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