Though pizza may be like sex (even bad pizza's pretty good), talk radio is not. Get only the most delicious, steaming blather, with Stitcher.
HQ'd on the Embarcadero, Stitcher lets you string together a talk-radio playlist by pulling over 1000 clips daily from an ever-expanding catalog of feeds (news, politics, sports, entertainment, unhinged ranting), then allows you to create a custom all-jabber station.
Just browse their selection of full shows (from Fresh Air to Jim Rome to Real Talk with Kevin Mitchell) and focused snippets (Reuters Market Watch, Onion headlines); next time you log on, each of your picks' newest broadcasts will feed in one after the next (except for PTI, which politely butts in whenever it pleases).
To broaden your auditory horizons, Stitcher'll suggest feeds it thinks you'll dig; they also pay a team of professional voiceoverers to read text-only sites like Mashable and Tech Crunch -- making the finer points of a direct-manipulation video player sound as stately as Ivan Doig intoning A River Runs Through It.
On-the-go, Stitcher currently offers only iPhone roaming service, but they'll soon ramp up to include other devices like Blackberrys and anything using Windows Mobile -- because after all, Microsoft is like masturbation, in that it's there, so what the hell.