For those listeners of the Writers' Strike Chronicles podcast, here's an update:
In an effort to save money on bandwidth costs, I've been hosting my podcast files for free at Archive.org. It seemed like an obvious choice because the work I'm doing is historical. However, if you've noticed, there's been issues with their server from time to time and sometimes the files I upload disappear. *Poof*.
As my audience grows, I need to depend on a more reliable method of delivery. So, I now will be hosting these files on my personal website.
What this means is: I'll be encoding my XML files to reflect the changes and this will temporarily cause changes to your feed. If you subscribe to my feed via iTunes or an RSS feeder previous episodes you may have already listened to or downloaded will repeat. It's not you, it's me. And this is only temporary until I complete the entire update. Because this is time consuming, I'll be transferring this in chunks of five episodes per day. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Oh, and if this language seems greek to you, it was once to me. But no longer. If I can figure it out, so can you. And eventually, if you want to create your own content for the Internet, you will need to. If I can do it, so can you.
Video: RSS in Plain English
Thanks for your patience.