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.
Written by Rodney Laws Back when the iPod was sufficiently relevant to influence the lexicon, podcasting was mainly a casual hobby pursued by early tech adopters. If you’d told someone then that it would become an industry attracting huge listener numbers and massive advertising revenue, they would have been skeptical — but then, people didn’t […]Read More
J. Barton Mitchell is known for his novels and films. Now he’s written and directed his first podcast. His science fiction audio drama DERELICT is the newest addition to the FutureX Podcast Network. I asked him some questions by email about why he chose to launch his first podcast, what it was like to direct […]Read More
Next weekend Red Cup founder Lee Schneider is moderating two panels at the Outlier Podcast Festival. If you’re in LA, stop on by. Both panels are on Saturday, September 14th. Details here. GOING HOLLYWOOD: Get Your Podcast Optioned by a Network or Studio The panel will reveal what it takes to bring a podcast property […]Read More
Written by Manan Ghadawala Podcasts for graphic design are a substitute for content like video and written copy and work as an excellent form of radio talk show right on your phone. These marketing concepts are usually filled with information, tips, and all-over valuable content for graphic designers. You can listen to a graphic design […]Read More
Written by Matthew Otten, DO Throughout history, various types of media has been used to distribute medical discoveries to the public. From newspapers to radio and then the internet, media has helped the average citizen stay informed about the latest pandemics, cures, and medical advancements. In modern day, the public has thousands of choices at […]Read More