Three ways you can access Internet Talk Radio
Internet Talk Radio distributes weekly "radio shows" via anonymous FTP.
Each show - a half hour or an hour long - can be downloaded to a workstation or
home computer and played using audio playback software. Unlike a myriad of other
Internet newsletters and journals, Internet Talk Radio is the only one that actually
speaks. The programs include interviews with the "Geek of the Week" (a featured member
of the technical community), speeches, poetry readings and other audio clips.
For more information about Internet Talk Radio, send electronic mail to
"firstname.lastname@example.org". You'll automatically receive the basic ITR information. For an updated
list of sites that carry ITR, send e-mail to "email@example.com". The latest information,
including program schedules, is available on the Usenet group alt.internet.talk-radio.
- Via anonymous FTP: radio.ans-core.com:/pub/radio (user: anonymous, password: ansco+re)
- Via World Wide Web: http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/radio/radio.html
- Via Gopher: gopher megasun.bch.umontreal.ca 70:/6. Internet Resources/ 2. Internet Radio/2. Broadcasts/3. Broadcasts via ftp archives/
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