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March 12, 2008

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Tom Morris

Congratulations. I've enjoyed them a lot.

The other thing to remember is sometimes people will download the same files multiple times - either because their software isn't setup properly, or because they accidentally delete the file (or their hard drive gets wiped, as with moi). The more interesting measure for podcasts is how many people are subscribed. I'm not sure about Libsyn, but some of the feed hosts will provide a rough subscriber figure.

Looking forward to more bites of ethics and metaphysics and logic and all that good stuff.

Terry Thomas

Congratulations on the millionth. I thought I would drop a word so that Tokyo, Australia and the USA shouldn't monopolise the reader stream. I do read the Bites, and they are all stored in a special file and some have been read more than once(or even twice).
I read the Bites in a beautiful Welsh valley, for your information, surrounded by far too many philosophy books. I'm really working at a book myself after a number of attempts. It's on becoming a naturalist/humanist/non-supernaturalist or an aetheist if I must.
Kind regards
Terry

Rolando Almeida

Congratulations Nigel. Good work.
Rolando Almeida
Portugal

João Feliz

Congratulations.
(now hurry up with the Classics podcasts - Mill and Rawls, please)

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