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Podcasts on Mac / Sansa MP3 player?

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I just got a macbook pro.

What's the best solution for downloading podcasts and syncing them to my sansa clip zip mp3 player?

Thanks,
Mike

PS: what's the best mac site/forum for posting questions like this?  Sorry if it's not a great fit for EE
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I abandoned my windows 8 desktop, got a mac, and then got an ipod nano (7th generation).

I LOVE LOVE LOVE the nano's bluetooth.  It's a feature I never thought that would be important to me.
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