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Hooray! Keeping future podcasts to about 45min. I mean, don't get me wrong. I like listening, but I listen to as lot of podcasts and don't have that much time. I'm a school teacher so pretty much the only time I can listen to them is when I'm driving to and from school. I usually have a passenger so that limits the time that I can listen to them also.
Agreed 45 min podcasts are the hotspot, although I could listen to Android Central podcasts all day, kind regards, Richard U.K
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