Godcast


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Godcast

(ˈɡɒdˌkɑːst)
n
(Computer Science) a religious service or sermon that has been converted to MP3 format for download from the internet for play on a computer or MP3 player
[C21: God + (pod)cast]
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In order to keep up to speed with the ever-evolving world of high-tech and apps for pretty much everything -- sooner or later there'll be an app to let you brush your teeth or take a shower -- there have been several companies that have released apps catered to the Orthodox Jewish market, from Rustybricks' Minyan Now app, to Godcast's Wake Up world, narrated by Randi Zuckerberg, sister to the illustrious Facebook CEO.
Craig Patchett of San Diego started The Godcast Network at Godcast.org in November, so the feeds can be more widely distributed.
But the word of God is eveywhere - in wellthumbed Bibles and now in Christian blogs and "Godcasts".