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by Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus, Mathematics
College of Staten Island
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Author of Judaism and Vegetarianism, Judaism and Global Survival, and Mathematics and Global Survival.

Audio editing done by Joseph Puentes:

What follows are 3 ways to listen to these audio presentations.

#1 Best Way - Subscribe

a) downloading free Aggregator software off the net:

     iTunes      http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/.
     Doppler   Doppler 2.0;
     Juice        http://juicereceiver.sourceforge.net/;

b) after downloading the software "Cut and Paste" this feed in the "Add Podcast or Add Feed" area:


c) click on "retrieve" and all podcasts I have available will automatically
be downloaded to your computer.

d) listen to them from your PC or upload them to your .mp3 players
and listen at your leisure.

#2 Okay Way - Download Directly

a) go to http://www.jewishveg.com/schwartz/mp3.html

b) look for the listed podcasts

c) once you've found a podcast of interest "right click" on it.

d) choose a folder where you want it saved

e) select "Save Link Target As" and the file will be downloaded to your computer

f) Once saved to your computer "right" click on the file and choose "open with" using whatever audio programs you have installed on your computer. (Windows Media Player, Real Player, QuickTime, MusicMatch, etc.)

g) listen on your PC or upload to an .mp3 player and listen to them at your leisure

#3 Another Way - Listen Directly from Internet

a) go to http://www.jewishveg.com/schwartz/mp3.html

b) click on the URL for a specific Audio File

c) listen then and there from the internet

d) or look for those files that have a pickle player Icon (see below) and just click on the arrow

Trouble Shooting

If step #3 doesn't work it could be because you don't have your Audio software properly configured. Go back to #2 and once downloaded right click on the mp3 and pick "open with" using your particular Audio Software.

Another problem could be that you are using a dial up connection and the time to download is very very long. You'll have to be patient and try downloading the podcasts when you are leaving your computer for a little while. Let the computer download the podcast while you are away and you won't mind if it takes 20 or 30 minutes to download.


For further information contact:

Joseph Puentes
email: Clean@h2opodcast.com
Short messages may be left at: 206-984-3260