Recently I was presented with a talk radio toolbar that was put together for the express purpose of making it snap easy to stream audio content from all your favorite conservative talk radio hosts to your PC while you surf the web. The toolbar itself is powered by a software platform designed by an Israeli company called Conduit, which has a good reputation and have gone to considerable lengths to ensure their toolbar platform is not used for malicious intent or as a precursor to force malware onto an unsuspecting user. So far their platform has been used by over 200,000 publishers with considerable success.
This particular toolbar makes it easy to consolidate the links and streaming content from talk radio hosts you tend to listen to the most, precluding the need to hunt down each audio stream individually, so if you’re the sort of talk radio junkie who just luuuurvs using browser toolbars, this should be a nice fit for you. (Personally I use three toolbars for similar reasons, including StumbleUpon for shameless promotion and aimless web surfing.)
Should you decide you hate it and hope I die in a fire for even suggesting such a ghastly thing, here’s an eHow page with easy instructions on removing the toolbar. Enjoy!