There is a new beta service called podzinger. It lets you key word search the entire audio of the podcast. I'm assuming that this technology would work with a variety of audio files. http://www.podzinger.com/ To quote from a friend, "I just did a search using the word "Recorder" and it gave me almost half of the transcript including time codes!" I tried to use this last night and I could play some of the podcasts and get some of the transcripts, but I don't think the site is completely accessible or it is but I need a good couple eyes to look at it. I'll ask someone to take a look, or perhaps some of you might want to try it out. Here is more on this. PODZINGER, powered by 30 years of speech recognition research from <http://www.bbn.com/For_Commercial_Customers/AVOKE_Speech_and_Language/S TX/index.html> BBN Technologies, Cambridge, Massachusetts, transforms the audio into words, unlocking the information inside podcasts. Using PODZINGER you open up a previously untapped source of content via a simple web search. So when it comes to podcasts, instead of searching for it ... just ZING IT!