S. T. Joshi Podcast

For all you HPL fans, we’ve got an hour-long talk by S. T. Joshi, the world’s foremost expert on Lovecraft, as a podcast.  Here’s how to get it:

1. Go here.

2. Click on “Launch SUNY Cortland iTunes.”

3. In the new window, click on the “I Have iTunes” button (because, admit it, you do).

4.  Wait until the “Launch application” option appears, then select it.

5.  Let the iTunes Store load.

6.  Click on “SUNY Cortland Memorial Library” on the lower right.

7.   Click on “Get.”

If you have trouble, let me know – I believe this is still in a pilot phase.  The podcast will likely remain up until the end of the current academic year, so get it while you can.

This is a product of the local Friends of the Library association, so if you find it was worth it, feel free to send them something.

Published in: on April 3, 2007 at 7:50 pm  Comments (6)  

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  1. Very cool podcast. It was great to be able to hear Joshi speak. He was very funny.

    Thanks for the link.

  2. […] at SUNY Cortland, and he sure is very, very comfortable with his topic – Daniel Harms, over at Papers falling from an Attic Window, links to it and describes how to manipulate iTunes to get to the audio content. Oh, right now […]

  3. […] comfortable with his topic – Daniel Harms (who is working for SUNY Cortland, of course), over at Papers falling from an Attic Window, links to it and describes how to manipulate iTunes to get to the audio content. ][Oh, right now […]

  4. […] Lovecraft,” here at The Modern Word’s Scriptorium. * S.T. Joshi also gave a one-hour lecture at SUNY Cortland Memorial Library, available here about H.P. Lovecraft. *The Cthulhu Podcast is inspired by the writings of H.P. Lovecraft and his […]

  5. The file is still available, at August 2010.

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