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Foreign language podcasts and iTunes stores
Authored by: zkarj on Apr 22, '07 06:29:58PM

Errm. Been under any rocks lately?

I thought it a widely known fact that iTunes stores were restricted to their own locales. Why else is Apple opening up all the stores? Try frequenting if you're interested in iTunes or iPod.

And as for the USA being a 'mono-linguistic desert', I think you'll find the desert is of your own making. I know for a fact that Spanish is prevalent and I would wager there are plenty of other languages spoken too. Perhaps just not the classical European languages.

Sorry to pick on your tip, but I feel obliged to enlighten as many people as possible that the internet is a global phenomenon.

No, I am not American.

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Foreign language podcasts and iTunes stores
Authored by: gshenaut on Apr 22, '07 08:55:09PM

Hi zkari.

The point of this hint was that in spite of the well-known policy that prevents people from buying songs from iTunes stores in other locales, it is possible to access their podcasts, which don't require use of a credit card.

Greg Shenaut

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Not an auspicious beginning
Authored by: SuperCrisp on Apr 23, '07 08:03:44AM

This looks like your first comment. Despite how much you can see from up on your high horse there, it'd be much more useful for this community to make productive comments, rather than snarky ones that nitpick some little point in the guy's post that aren't related to the content. It may make you feel better for a moment, but you might end up embarrassed for far longer. Take it from someone who sometimes opens his big mouth from atop a similarly tall mount.

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