i have the dead pod too, and its also been an awesome resource. i guess i'd say i like them equal.
strummin - to get a podcast you have to first download itunes, which is worth it since you can have all your music on there and have it organized. then go to itunes store and click podcasts. you can browse podcasts or search for them. the dead pod, nugscast, jaybirds endless boundaries, and the umphree's mcgee podcast are all good, but search for whatever you like and youll find many other ones. to get a podcast, just click "subscribe," and that will download every new edition of the podcast automaically to your itunes. you can download old ones manually, 1 by 1. it's all free.
You do not merely want to be considered the best of the best. You want to be considered the only ones that do what you do. - Jerry Garcia
Yup what China Cat said. There was this really cool one at one point called Through The Years. It took a random song from the 60's then a song from say 70 then 74 77 80 and so on till it got to 90whatever to make up a full setlist. I thought it was pretty cool just listenin straight through. Really shows you how much different everything was.