FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
I click on the xml feed and nothing happens?
You use XML feeds, you must have a browser capable of displaying this content. On Windows, you may use Firefox 2.0 and higher or Internet Explorer 7.0 and higher.
What is a podcast?
A podcast is an audio or video file that can be downloaded automatically to your computer the moment the video or audio content is available on practicalmoneyskills.com, using RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds to your computer.
How do I listen to podcasts? Do I need an iPod to listen to a podcast?
You do not need an iPod to listen to our podcasts. You can listen to Practical Money Series podcasts in a few ways.
- Use iTunes.
- Click on the Listen/MP3 link when you see it.
- Use an RSS feed reader like Google Reader, Newsgator, or FeedReader.
How much does a podcast cost?
All podcasts from PracticalMoneySkills.com are free.
Where does the word “podcast” come from?
“Podcast’ combines “iPod” and “broadcast.” Even though you don’t need an iPod to watch or listen to podcasts, the name has stuck.
What are RSS feeds?
RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication.” RSS feeds are an easy way to keep up with new content published by your favorite Web sites. RSS feeds from practicalmoneyskills.com are free. They contain weekly series headlines, summaries, links to articles, and the video or audio podcast file.
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