How to Feed a Lawyer (and Other Irreverent Observations from the Legal Underground)

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Hey -- Cool interview, to you and JR.

Prof. Yabut

Where to people with jobs and families (and bar exams to take) get time for all this listening and reading, and purchasing gadgets?

Don't tell anyone that I asked this, but can someone without an iPOD-type device listen to a podcast?

p.s. I have only a simple Dell laptop and no digital-download thingies.


David, err Prof. Yabut: If you have a laptop, that is all you need. First, make sure the sound on your laptop is enabled. After that, download an mp3 file and open it with the sound program of your choice. You could use iTunes, Windows Media Player, or RealPlayer just to name a few. They are all available as a free download, and I bet you already have the Windows Media Player on your laptop.

If you want to go with the RSS route, then try iPodder.


Prof. Yabut

Thanks, JR, I do have Media Player and RealPlayer. Don't tell Evan I haven't tried RSS yet, he'll make fun of me.

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