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.
Red Cup Agency produces a podcast called Future of Food. Interviewing innovators, change-makers, and activists who are changing the way food is grown, produced, and the way it gets to your plate. What does a food activist do? Anna Lappé is the founder and director of Real Food Media, a collaborative initiative that catalyzes […]Read More
By Kate Durocher I once made the mistake of dating a guy who lived six hours away from me in San Francisco. Since I’m a millennial who earned a degree in a field that offers little money and as a result my bank account is low, I often found myself driving to the Bay Area […]Read More
Did you know the growth rate of podcast popularity holds at a steady 10 to 20% year-over-year? It’s no wonder why so many smart entrepreneurs and business owners are adding podcasts to their marketing. Podcasts provide listen-on-demand convenience. Hosts who bring on guests also build their personal networks and gain access to new audiences. Podcasts […]Read More
Most often, food changes when leading chefs change it. An inventive chef short on salad ingredients in winter made the world’s first raw kale salad. Chefs are experimenting with seaweed. Dan Barber of New York’s Blue Hill Restaurant encourages farmers to grow a kind of squash he can use every part of, so less is […]Read More
Whether you just made the leap into podcasting, or are a seasoned podcaster, chances are you are always on the lookout for great content to share with your audience. By Joanna L. McWilliams If you’ve been podcasting for a while, it can sometimes feel challenging to come up with new, fresh, and relevant ideas […]Read More