We blog about podcasting. We post essays about keeping the Internet positive and include some futurist musings. Show notes for our active podcasts are also posted here.
You have the gift of the gab, great ideas, and you don’t mind sharing them with an audience? It sounds like you are on your way to becoming a great podcaster. Your talent, enthusiasm, and dedication are vital ingredients, but to be able to convey your message to others, you need to know some tips […]Read More
This week’s interview is with Christina Dunbar, who has said, “Our culture is starving for story, for vulnerability, for truth telling, for personal story. Story creates meaning and we have a lack of meaning right now in the world.” Christina Dunbar is a storyteller, director, and producer of women’s stories for stage and film. She […]Read More
This week’s phone call is with David Tolzmann. He makes labyrinths. David is the founder of The Labyrinth Company, which designs and builds walkable labyrinths in all media. He’s designed and crafted labyrinths in churches, medical centers, hospices, friaries, retreat centers, and schools, and for spiritual counselors, businesses, and individual homeowners all over the world. He […]Read More
The term ‘Podcast’ was first coined by Ben Hammersley in a 2004 Guardian newspaper article in which he rattled off possible names for this booming new medium. According to him the “pod” of the podcast is borrowed from Apple’s “iPod” (a digital media player), and the “cast” portion of podcast is taken from Radio’s “broadcast” term. But wait. Don’t consider it as a medium that can be played only on an iPod.Read More
Photo by Juja Han on Unsplash A case study showing why podcasts are the future of marketing, with the writer’s personal experience with running a podcast. Written by Codrin Arsene Why Companies Use Podcasts Podcasts are highly engaging forms of content. Other marketing techniques such as blog posts find it tough to keep an audience […]Read More