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« on: April 20, 2009, 12:19:49 AM »

I keep seeing this term on some of the news I subscribe to and thought I would finally ask something about it. It appears to be subscribed media - something like Itunes - except I'm seeing the term as free offers from Christian Providers, including the American Family Association.

I rarely ever get anything but text, docs, and PDFs because of the large size of other media and the software required to view them.

Ok - question one:  Is a podcast like a mini-video?

Two:  Is there a simple Firefox add-on that works good enough for podcasts?

I thought about trying podcasts, but I thought it would be wise to ask some questions first. As it turns out, many outstanding Christian Providers offer podcasts. I don't really want to install any complicated software, especially something that would increase the risk of virus or other problems. Can anyone help me with some recommendations please?

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« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2009, 10:09:32 AM »

I keep seeing this term on some of the news I subscribe to and thought I would finally ask something about it. It appears to be subscribed media - something like Itunes - except I'm seeing the term as free offers from Christian Providers, including the American Family Association.

I rarely ever get anything but text, docs, and PDFs because of the large size of other media and the software required to view them.

Ok - question one:  Is a podcast like a mini-video?

Two:  Is there a simple Firefox add-on that works good enough for podcasts?

I thought about trying podcasts, but I thought it would be wise to ask some questions first. As it turns out, many outstanding Christian Providers offer podcasts. I don't really want to install any complicated software, especially something that would increase the risk of virus or other problems. Can anyone help me with some recommendations please?

THANKS IN ADVANCE!

I haven't played with podcasts as i have dial-up, but I believe that you could record a sermon, for instance, and put it up on your church website - then people could download it and listen to it. They can be put onto Ipods and MP3 players for listening, hence the name "podcast". I don't believe video is commonly used. Maybe someone else can give you a better explanation.
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« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2009, 11:49:28 AM »

Thanks Brother Rhys!

That's enough to get me started, and I appreciate it.
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« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2016, 08:31:57 PM »

Hiya Tom,

I had to buy a newer Computer as my Old Windows Vista was not working right anymore!!

Updated to Windows 10 with an Asus i3 Dual Core 3.7 GHz, and 16 GB of RAM 1 TB hard dive space!!

I Cleaned up my old hard dive of 1.5 TB and it's now a spare drive on my newer Computer with all my Pictures!!

So, Now I have over 2.4 TB of hard dive space on my newer computer!!

Praise Jesus ( Yeshua ) Christ for TODAY and EVERYDAY, HE Loves us all everyone Forevermore!!

Love Always and Shalom ( Peace ) Everyone, YSIC \o/

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« Reply #4 on: April 13, 2016, 01:04:11 AM »

Hello Kristi Ann,

I also have a newer computer since the last time I talked with you. It isn't as big and fast as yours is, but it's light years ahead of what I had before. I'm using Windows 7 and tried the free upgrade to Windows 10. Things were fine until an update locked things up. I had to go back to Windows 7. Things are working better than ever, so I'm sticking with Windows 7.

Love In Christ,
Tom
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