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When you've got a backlog of BOL's

by GrahamNY / April 13, 2008 1:00 AM PDT

So I missed a few episodes this week and finally have the time to catch up. I was curious what fellow Buzzers do when they've fallen behind in their listening. Do you listen in chronological order, or do you listen to the latest news first and selectively work backwards?

Or perhaps you load them into Audacity and play them all simultaneously, creating a rapturous Buzz audio cloud.


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Stay current
by PuT6hpcu2Xh3f / April 13, 2008 1:19 AM PDT

I always listen to the most recent episode and then work my way through the backlog in chronological order.

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Declare bankruptcy.
by udayan71 / April 13, 2008 2:01 AM PDT

Unless you missed it for an unusual reason, dropping all and starting over works. I just declared RSS bankruptcy, and am likely to do it often.

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keep trucking
by mementh / April 13, 2008 6:45 AM PDT

I just make more time to listen, listening instead of watching TV.

right now i have about 3 days worth of podcasts to get though (not three podcasts but three days constant) to listen to because i got so behind for a while. (this is counting all video and audio podcasts)

so i will be busy for a while Happy

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