Podcasts I listen to

I know I have covered this someplace before, but I don’t think I’ve done it here. So, lets get to it!

From the TWiT network, I’m currently listening to TWiT, Daily Giz Wiz, Mac Break Weekly, Windows Weekly, Security Now and Net@Nite. If you listened to N@N before but got tired of Ambers crappy call quality, it’s been fixed and the show has actually gotten better.

From Cnet I listen to Buzz Out Loud (the best tech news show IMO), CarTech (The second best automotive podcast), gadgettes (mostly because it can be pretty funny) and I watch the buzz report.

Ask A Ninja, Tiki Bar TV and MotorKultTV round out the video podcasts I watch. Usually, they are pretty good.

A few new ones I’ve been checking out are The Roadhouse Podcast which plays some great blues and the Scooter Cast which is about, scooters. Both are pretty good and I thoroughly enjoy them when I have the time.

Add to the list Podcast 411, which is a podcast about podcasters and usually pretty interesting, plus The Mobile Movie Minute and The Business Cast done by Robert Gold. I really enjoy these as well.

Finally, the very newest in my subscription list is You Look Nice Today. No kidding, it’s the funniest thing on the internet right now. Like Josh, I would listen to these guys every day if they were to go daily. And it’s funny. Like, laugh out loud and make people look at you funny. You should check this out. Be warned, it does carry the explicit tag and they aren’t afraid to use it.

Oh yea, I also listen to WhiteRoofRadio and watch their videos at WhiteRoof.tv. Those guys put on the best Automotive podcast money can buy, and they do it for free! You should totally check them out 😉

I’m always looking for something new to listen too, so if you have a suggestion, feel free to leave it in the comments!

Categorized as Personal

By Don

Lead bottle washer at donburnside.com, host at whiteroofradio.com and tech guru for the MotoringFile family of sites.

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