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 v.— «In others, it can automatically deposit it on an MP3 player such as an iPod. Some software—often referred to as podcatchers—are for “podcatching” and podcatching alone. For other software (eg: iTunes), podcatching is just one of many features. Pointing a podcatcher at regularly recurring podcast means that you to must tune it into that podcast’s specific channel on the Internet, otherwise known as a “feed.”» —“Berlind’s Testbed: A reminder on how to subscribe to my various podcasts, and ZDNet’s” by David Berlind ZDNet May 18, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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