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Thursday, December 20, 2007

I'm gonna be on "Socks in the City!"

Hello, fellow knitters! I just had an email from Carrie, asking if she could read my rewrite of “The Night Before Christmas” on her next episode.


I’ve never listened to a podcast. Any advice for a newbie? How do I go about listening?

I’m so-o-o-o excited!

Back to the workshop. Four Xmas projects down, four to go...


Carie @ Space for the Butterflies said...

Never listed to a podcast ("gasps in wonder") - Podcasts are my portable knitting group for getting me through my train commute with sanity intact :)! I'm not very techie and I just download either from the website or through ITunes. If you get hooked then there are lots and lots out there - Cast On, Sticks and String, Stash and Burn and Lime & Violet to name but a few of my favourites. Enjoy!

Opal said...

Yeah, I would download iTunes. There's a search engine you can use in their "store". Don't worry, most podcasts are free. From there you can then download them to your computer for your listening pleasure. Feel free to email me if you need any more help!

Congratulations, BTW! I'm so not surprised at the honor. You've got amazing talent as a writer. :)

Ann said...

Congratulations - can't wait to hear you! Merry Christmas.

Donna Lee said...

Go you! Listening to podcasts is essential to commuting to work (and recorded books) for those of us who can't read on a moving vehicle. It is really easy to download. Usually, you just click on the download now button on the site and it will ask you if you want to save it on your computer. Say yes and put it into a folder. Then you can move it to an mp3 player or listen through the computer. I'll have to find it so I can hear your work.