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I have a 30+ minute drive to and from work right now, during which I usually will be found listening to podcasts rather than music. Here are a few of my favorites:
CNET Car Tech – Brian Cooley is one of my favorite podcasters, he appears on several podcasts I like, but he’s the lead on this one. As the title implies, it focuses on new technology in the automotive world, as well as general auto news. I drive a 97 Saturn, so I guess this is fantasy land for me.
Ask A Ninja – Totally hilarious and awesome. If you’ve never seen it. Go see it now. Go ahead, I’ll wait here. Also, I suspect the ninja is actually my co-worker Jozach.
Buzz Out Loud – Another CNET podcast, this one about anything tech related. Phones, computers, ISP’s, gadgets, etc. I’ve not been as thrilled with it lately since the replacement of Molly Wood by Natali Del Conte 4 days a week, but Tom Merritt still rocks it.
The Best of Mike and Mike – ESPN’s 4 hour morning show is boiled down into 30-40 good minutes here, so I can keep up on the latest sports news quickly.
Diggnation – This one isn’t for the faint of heart, as it merits the “Explicit” tag from the iTunes store due to language, but it is hilarious. Kevin Rose (creator of digg.com) and Alex Albrecht talk about a few of the week’s most popular stories from digg.com. Usually tech/web related stuff, always hilariously funny.
The Totally Rad Show – Another “Explicit” tag, also with Alex Albrecht along with a couple other guys, this podcast reviews video games, movies, TV shows, even comic books. Much more in depth and review-y.
Nashville Family Church – Then once I’m through the explicitness of the last two, I feel like I should go to church, and along comes my churches Sunday sermon in podcast form. I keed. But it is nice to have these either to review during the week or if I missed due to working in the nursery. Chris Whitney is a great teacher and motivator, so check them out.
Anybody got any good ones that I’m missing?
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