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Akimbo - A New Postcast from Seth Godin

Godin:

Akimbo is a posture of strength and possibility. The chance to make a difference, to bend the culture.

It's at the heart of my work. Your work too. The work of making change that we're proud of.

And so, a new podcast. A different kind of podcast. No guests, no fancy production, it won't remind you of NPR or sports radio either. 100% organic and handmade

Subscribed.

Jason Snell on David Letterman

In anticipation of David Letterman's final show this week, Jason Snell gives his take (an interviews others about theirs) on Letterman's significance and legacy on The Incomparable podcast.

I didn't get a chance to listen until after Wednesday, but I found it to be really interesting. If you're a fan of David Letterman, Johnny Carson, or late night talk shows in general, I'd recommend giving this a listen.

Link List for November 26, 2014

14 Best Books of 2014 Tony Reinke lays out his list of the best books of 2014, including runners-up. Admittedly, I was a little surprised to see that What’s Best Next didn’t make the cut.

The Sheep Aren't Stupid

"The sheep are not dumb. In fact, we would do much better if we thought of the sheep in the way in which the Puritan, Thomas Watson, described them in his sermon, 'The Good Shepherd.'"

#InTheRoom Podcast

“The concept is simple: I want to bring you into the room with pastors, authors and artists for conversations about the craft of ministry.”

I’ll definitely be adding Ryan Huguley’s new podcast to my subscriptions list. The first episode drops December 1.

Unrelated: It appears that Huguley is not a fan of the Oxford comma.

Tim Challies’ Review of Prayer by Tim Keller

“He has written a winsome, well-rounded book that leads through theory and into practice. It is one of the strongest books on prayer I have ever read and it receives my highest recommendation.”

Roll Your Own Podcast Feed with Huffduffer

Huffduff it I'm a big fan of podcasts. Big fan.

In any given week I spend more time listening to podcasts than I do music. In Downcast, my preferred podcatcher app for the Mac and iPhone, you'll find a rather long list of subscriptions to a wide variety of podcasts.

Now, most of the audio content I consume comes from these podcasts. Every now and again, however, I run across something that I want to listen to outside of these feeds. It might be an episode of a podcast that I'm not subscribed to or a stand-alone audio file. Regardless, this causes problems since Downcast is central to my audio-listening workflow. Simply put, if it isn't in Downcast, then I'm probably not going to listen to it.

Enter Huffduffer.

Huffduffer is a service that allows you to turn those mp3 files that you run across on the internet into a customized podcast feed. When you find audio that you want to mark for later listening, simply "huffduff it" using the handy Huffduffer bookmarklet or Chrome extension. This adds the audio to your podcast feed as its own episode. Subscribe to your podcast feed and you're set.

Huffduffer also allows you to tag audio, follow other Huffduffer users, and discover content using search and tags.

Give it a try.



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