When recording a podcast on a windy day, it's hard to get rid of the wind noise. So Rick came up with a very clever homemade windscreen that can be used for pretty much every microphone device. In his case he uses the Zoom H2 which is a great tool for podcasting.
Check this video, Rick shows you how to DIY.
I myself may try it I too use the Zoom H2.
Something similar called "Rode Deadcat Microphone Wind Muff" sells on Amazon for $39.37. I think if you do it yourself it comes out cheaper and it looks pretty simple to make.
What do you use to eliminate the wind noise?