You now have three ways to listen to past episodes of Philosophy Talk. As always, we will continue to archive each episode in a streamable format. On our archive pages, you will find not just our past shows but a plethora of helpful links that make each archive page a valuable resource.
A few months ago, we introduced a searchable data base of our past episodes. Using this data base, you can generate a customized library of inter-related clips, small and large, from many different shows.
And now Philosophy Talk joins the podcast revolution!
We will be making a limited number of our best episodes available for downloading via Stanford University's new service, Stanford on iTunes. We're calling this collection of episodes the Best of Philosophy Talk.
We are using this occasion to test whether there is an ongoing market for a podcast version of Philosophy Talk. If the experiment proves successful, we will produce a podcast version of each of our shows. Though we may find it necessary in the future to move to a fee-based, subscription based service to help us sustain both the on-air and the podcast version of the program, we are pleased to offer a limited number of episodes for free in this pilot venture. If we ever do move to a fee based model, we will continue to offer our content absolutely free in streaming format on our archive page.
Even if you prefer to listen to our podcast rather than to an audio stream, please do visit our Philosophy Talk webpage, inlcuding our archive pages. We aim to make each archive page for each episode a comprehensive resource for the relevant topic.
Click on the folliwing link to learn more about Stanford on iTunes and the plethora of Stanford content they have to offer.
As John and Ken say on the air. Thanks for listening. And thanks for thinking.