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    Posted by Dr. ARUDOU, Debito on November 30th, 2009

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    Hi Blog.  In this edition of the Debito.org Podcast for November 30, 2009, I will be reading three of my Japan Times JUST BE CAUSE columns:
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    “Good News from Grass Roots”, Tuesday, June 4, 2008

    “Summit Wicked This Way Comes”, Tuesday, April 23, 2008

    “July forecast: rough, with ID checks mainly in the north”, Tuesday, July 2, 3008

    Interspliced are excerpts from Duran Duran and Tangerine Dream “White Eagle”, as always.  Enjoy.  Arudou Debito in Sapporo

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    6 Responses to “DEBITO.ORG PODCAST NOV 30, 2009 (listen here or download from iTunes)”

    1. iago Says:

      Duran Duran, meh, but White Eagle is a cool album. Takes me back…

    2. jim Says:

      great podcast and a free song [excerpt] to boot, i cant beat that. but for some reason i thought your speaking speed was alittle to fast, even for native english speakers like myself. you must of been in a hurry?

      – No, that’s normal for me. Thanks for the feedback. What do others think?

    3. Lex Says:

      Unfortunately ITunes doesn’t work on Linux. Is there an rss feed for the debito.org podcasts?

      – Well, Debito.org has its own RSS feed, and I’ll always announce here when my podcasts come out. How’s that?

    4. Biliken Says:

      Enjoyed the podcast very much. The old articles are interesting but more recent content would be more interesting. Talking speed perhaps a little on the fast side. Also I’d like to suggest you cut the length of the musical interludes. It’s the information that is point. If I want to listen to music, then I’ll download music podcasts. For Linux users, I’d recommend BashPodder, a very useful script for grabbing podcasts, without the hassle of rss and manual downloads.

    5. Lex Says:

      Re: podcast rss feed

      The announcements and rss feed for the whole site are great.

      However I (and possibly others?) have one feed reader for blogs and such, and a separate feed dwnloader for podcasts. i.e. You can sit down annd read the latest entries at your computer. Separate from that, you can download all the latest podcasts for your portable player.

      Not essential, but it would be nice…

      Regardless, keep up the good work, and interesting articles.

    6. Lex Says:

      Biliken – I use rubypodder which is very similar to bashpodder.

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