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Feed damaged – and repaired

Thanks to alert reader Joseph Peterson who noticed that the podcast feed was broken. Apparently I screwed it up over the weekend trying to make the formatting look better in Itunes. Its fixed now. Stay tuned for more content soon.

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  1. August 14, 2007 at 4:23 pm

    Dr. Fogelson,

    Thanks for fixing the feed. I was able to get the first podcast last night by manually entering the url for the feed, but the second episode would never work until tonight.

    I’m really looking forward to listening to your upcoming podcasts. I think it’s an excellent idea. Two weeks ago, after years of deliberation, I purchased an iPod and I was looking for podcasts in iTunes. I was very disappointed in the offering for medical professionals in the field of Ob/Gyn.

    I was asking my fellow residents a few days ago if they knew of any good ob/gyn podcasts available and happened to try a random google search (instead of itunes store browsing) and happened upon your site. It’s just what I need for my daily “commute” to work. I’m in Pensacola, FL, so it’s not near as bad as your hour drive to work each day, but between coming and going, I think I can listen to a whole episode.

    Please keep up the good work. If you can achieve your goal of interviewing the authors of current articles, discussing topics relevant to clinical practice and more, this podcast will become an essential part of my studies. It’s an easy way to study during a time period that might otherwise be essentially wasted. Also, imagine the feeling a resident could experience of really being on top of things when an article is discussed in a journal club and I (or any other resident who cares to access your feed) amd able to say, “Well, in a personal interview with the author by Dr. Nicholas Fogelson, I heard Dr. blah blah, say that such and such and so and so.” Ha! I can’t wait.

    Thanks for having a vision and taking steps to make it a reality. Good luck. I hope you’re able to make the podcasts a regular occurrence though I’m sure you’re quite busy. It really appears that you care a great deal about this mode of communication and education in general. Thank goodness for geeks and the desire to stay on the cutting edge, eh?

    As long as you keep the regular updates coming, I’ll be spreading the word about your podcast to anyone I think might be interested in hearing it.

    Joe Peterson


  2. August 15, 2007 at 7:27 am

    Thanks for the support! There is definitely more coming, both in text and podcast. If you are interested in being a contributor let me know!

    Nick Fogelson


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