How To Use RFN As A Podcast
For those not in the know:
A Podcast is a series of sequential audio files which are detailed in an XML-formatted file accessible on the internet. This file is presumably updated every time a new episode is released. Computer programs can download and read this file to determine things like the name of the Podcast as well as the title and description of each episode. The term "Podcast" comes from the early widespread use of Apple's iPod and the associated software suite iTunes. Podcast software is intended to actively monitor the contents of the feed so that new episodes are downloaded without prompting the user about them. Most podcast software will automatically places these audio files on an associated device (also automatically). The idea is that the audio file is broadcasted to your iPod (or whatever device you use), hence the name.