- n. Plural form of podcat.
“Anyway im finding it fun, im actualy getting podcats from the suggestions that I’ve wanted to subscribe to for ages but never got roung to it”
“Alot of these questions where answered in the Lost: Answers episode and the Lost podcats mg714”
“I have been listening to the Dreamfever podcats but the narrator annoyed me, not good, I do have the ebook but since I don't like them I am stuck”
“This would enbale the individual to create mashups, collages, new mixes and documentary video using the new personal digital creative desktop and on-line tools blogs, downloads, podcats, etc.”
“June 30th, 2006 at 2: 52 am PDT podcats? can I have one mommy? reply”
“The magazine, the podcats, and the online website are all one in the same these days.”
“My mate has bought herself an ipod touch and seems to think she can download stuff from the bbc iplayer to play on the ipod the same way as podcats ect.”
“A mix of microblogging (twitter or Jaiku), shareslides and podcats from your conferences should be a good bet for someone with a heavy agenda like you.”
“The content will be culled from the podcats Gervais and Merchant did with comic Karl Pilkington for”
“This has to do with the firmware on the device itself, but perhaps more credit should be given to the iTunes software, which makes excellent use of its integrated music store interface to aggregate, organize, and promote a wide variety of podcats -- likely the widest array available in any one spot.”
Looking for tweets for podcats.