Since the whole "Podcasting Revolution", I've found a lot of neat podcasts to listen to, so much that I hardly listen to my own music anymore. Here's a list of some of my favorite feeds that I'm subscribed to in iTunes. Click on any of the titles to go directly to the iTunes music store where you can subscribe to them.
Special Bonus Podcasts
These are two special podcasts. They are a bit different from all of the other podcasts. Subscribe at your own risk. These links don't go to the iTunes music store, as they aren't published there. Right click on them and copy the link to the clipboard. Then go to iTunes and choose Advanced -> Subscribe to Podcast, and then paste in the link.
Del.icio.us is a social bookmarking website. You can sign up for an account, and then you can add your own bookmarks to the list. When an audio or a video file is bookmarked by any user anywhere on the web, they are added to these two feeds and downloaded directly to iTunes. You'll find all sorts of interesting things, and even more not so interesting things. We're talking like a 100-1 ratio of crap to interesting at times, but I find the few random gems to be worth wading through the rest of the garbage. I've got my Universal remote control all configured with iRed/IRTrans to skip 20 seconds forward and backward at a push of a button, so I can quickly fast forward and scan through a bunch of files, delete out all of the cruft, and then go back an listen to the rest at my leisure.
Make sure that you've got a few gigs of free space on your hard drive, 200+ files a day between the two podcasts aren't uncommon.
Be especially careful with the video feed. Occasionally, some jackass decides to bookmark a porno clip, and you'll be fast forwarding through random videos and all of a sudden come across some nasty ass porn. These are usually pretty easy to spot, as they are always under 20 seconds, are poorly named, and are usually bookmarked in a batch. Before playing the video podcast, I just quickly scan down the list and delete everything that meets this criteria.
It's pretty damn cool that you can buy TV shows on iTunes now. Have you bought any TV for your iPod yet, or hooked that computer of yours up to the TV where it belongs?
I bought the pilot from Sleeper Cell, a Showtime series that is supposed to be a bit like 24.
They've also got a free episode of some new show called Conviction. I'm not a bit Law and Order fan, but I figured Rachael might like it.
I also grabbed the free singles of the week which sounded pretty cool. All in all I ended up spending just under 10 bucks and got 10 songs by 9 different artists (Rachael had to have two Gwen Stefani songs) and two videos of new shows to sample. I'm just hoping that HBO follows suit and I can cancel my cable and just buy the Sopranos.