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The podcasts are interesting.

Everyone agrees.

But since I'm technologically1 deaf, I cannot listen to them. Since there are some nice users that provide transcriptions of the podcasts, is it possible to have an RSS feed of them?

I just found out the feed for the different revisions of the containing page.

1. I don't have audio access while I would have time to read them

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Could you not subscribe to the RSS feed for the StackOverflow blog itself and get the transcripts that way?

Edit I should note that I completely missed the distinction between "transcript" and rundowns that are posted on the SO blog.

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The transcriptions are linked from there though. – Brad Gilbert Sep 20 '09 at 21:53
Yes, but that's not easily integrated in an RSS reader :-( – Steve Schnepp Nov 2 '09 at 7:53

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