There's an interview archived on mpr (NPR MN) that I'd love to download and be able to listen to "offline".
I tried determining the url, but they seem to be using some tricky relay or switching servers or something.
A search did turn up an "NPR Stream Recorder" by company called Abyssmedia, but couldn't find any reviews as to whether it works currently and is free from pesky adware or worse.
posted by dancing leaves
on Aug 3, 2014 -
NPR audio feeds are oddly quiet on my HTC EVO 3D, while Pandora, YouTube and any other audio is plenty loud. Is there some odd internal setting I need to change? [more inside]
posted by Science!
on Nov 2, 2012 -
I remember hearing on NPR a few years ago, during the California recall election I think, a story about some merrie internet pranksters who digitally removed all the words from politicians' speeches, leaving the stutters and breathing. It was fascinating to hear. Can anybody link me to this stuff, or even a similar thing created for academic rather than comic purposes?
posted by silby
on Apr 28, 2009 -
AudioTheatreFilter: I was an avid listener of SciFi.com's Seeing Ear Theatre
, but the site has been stagnant for years and I've finally decided it's time to move on. So what's out there in online radio/audio drama? [more inside]
posted by nelleish
on Jul 15, 2005 -