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New Logo!!

Hey everyone. Have you noticed the great new logo at the top of the page?! Due to some concerns about possible copyright infringement with the drawing of the ipod, we decided to come up with something totally different. My creative, brilliant husband worked his magic with a camera and photoshop, and this is the end […]

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Woohoo! Thank you listeners!

39 of you have voted and rocketed us up to 92 out of 6124 podcasts! We are also 17th out of 899 technology podcasts!!! (Click on picture) How cool is that? (Oh way cool!) Thanks so much for supporting us! It’s Friday and I’m really looking forward to this weekend! Tonight Sandy and I are […]

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PodCache: Oldfields PodCache

This podcache is listed as GCQ4E1 on www.geocaching.com. It was created by Will+Bill [profile] and is located in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA This PodCache is located at the beautiful Indianapolis Art Museum gardens (Lilly House and Gardens) and is the first PodCache in Indianapolis. Listen To The PodCache (Right click on a PC, or Control click […]

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Show 11: Hiding a Cache (part 1), Listener Mailbag and a FTF Hunt

In our show today, we send out a BIG thank-you to all of you who responded to our “shameless plea” for promotion. We really appreciate the support! Thanks for all the votes at PodcastAlley – keep ’em coming! (It’s easy to VOTE) Links from the Listener Mailbag: Coghlan’s Survival Kit-in-a-can” Travel Bugs: Podcacher (the epic […]

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Technical Problems

As I write this on Monday morning, I look back on a weekend of technical problems. One after another. Repeatedly. Has this ever happened to you? Unexplained computer glitches, equipment failure, stuff working against you? Bugs. Gremlins. Murphy’s Law. Sandy and I stayed up late, really LATE working on our next show, but the equipment […]

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I’m a flickr junkie!

Okay I just found a GREAT (free) resource: flickr.com I just posted a “set” of pictures that show you the “Tools Of The Trade” that we use. We’re going to start using this service on podcacher.com. It’s WAY easy to post pictures and create sets. You can even view pics in a “slideshow”. Click on […]

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