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Thought for refreshing old episodes

by punterjoe / March 23, 2008 12:04 AM PDT

In cases where a the basics are unchanged, but there are new developments, how about augmenting old eps with addenda? So for instance, ep 51 would become ep 51.01 with supplemental material tacked at the end. And maybe in cases where the subject has been revisited in a later episode, a small note at the beginning of the older one pointing listeners to the update.
Sounds like a lot of extra work, no?
O.K. Nevermind.

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