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Ruben friendica

The little things

I am beset by little things at the moment. After giving up on listening to that damn aax file (for now) I decided to listen to David Graeber talking about debt, https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b054pn4v but there is no RSS feed, I have to listen via the website. Fuck. I mean, I know I am behind the times with my olden ways but... Fuck. I live in the Australian Outback, when I leave the cold blue radiation sphere of my wifi I'm in the golden brown of the dreaming. There is no streaming in the dreaming. I suppose I will have to resort to letting my brain have freeform thoughts. It's not so bad.
@Ruben youtube-dl will fix that for you.
Ruben friendica
Of course it does. Thank you @Matthew Davidson
'Little things' is clearly about drugs but Rossdale one claimed it was actually about those little, irritating things that resound in your head, tormenting you.

Like the BBC's stubborn refusal to provide RSS feeds.

Or the wife's never ending, unceasing, dripping water tap torture campaign to secure new carpets throughout the entire house.
'Going up when coming down'
'Scratch away, away, away, away''

Clear drug references, Gav.
'Here it comes that little ah ah ah ah little, little'
Seriously, back to the original complaint, while there's no RSS feed, it appears to be a podcast.

Try a pod catcher so you can download and listen offline while you go walk/cycle about in the outback finding yourself.

We know podcasts have made it to Australia as you co-hosted the most popular one - Sawtell.
@Andy C If there's no # (or #, etc.) feed, it's not a # (which means the # podcast is no longer a podcast; just a bunch of files on archive.org). Being so very old, I know not these "pod catchers" of which you speak. Are you saying the # uses a publicly documented, freely implementable syndication format/protocol, but that it's just not #? If not, we have to use daisy chains of stuff like youtube-dl to achieve what Cory Doctorow calls "adversarial interoperability". https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/10/adversarial-interoperability #