So glad to hear about the good doctor's appointment. Your blood pressure is not good, it is awesome
. Makes all this work worth while doesn't it?
Here is how I listen to podcasts in the car. Someone else may have better instructions.
First, save the podcast on an iPod or MP3 player. The iPod is the easiest because you can subscribe with iTunes and the iPod is made to work with iTunes. However, I have a cheap MP3 player that works well for me but I have to go through a couple of extra steps. I love my MP3 player and listen to audio books and podcasts on the road.
To add the podcast to your MP3 player
Using Internet Explorer go to the podcast home, for Jillian the only one I know is http://www.kfi640.com/pages/podcasting/
- This lists all the radio station's podcasts, so
*find Jillian's podcast
*right-click on on the "download" link
*select "Save Target as..." from the little pop-up box
*save it to wherever on your PC you want
*Add it to your MP3 player, following instructions that came with the MP3 play. Mine connects through a USB port and I just drag and drop.
BTW - You can listen to the podcasts on your PC from http://www.kfi640.com/pages/podcasting/
Listening through your car radio:
There are several ways depending on your car radio. If you are lucky, your radio may have an input port that you just plug your iPod or MP3 player into. The radio would have to be fairly new to have this.
If you have a cassette player, you can get use a Cassette Adapter like this
- just be sure that it works with your player.
Or you can broadcast it through your radio with Griffin iTrip Auto Universal PLUS or another brand similiar product. http://www.daydeal.com/product.php?productid=15754&cat=3339
- I got mine at Target for $20 but wanted to show you an example. I use this on trips but it won't work
around Atlanta because I could not find a radio station that was not being used. I imagine this is a problem in many big cities.
Hope this helps.