This is a show aimed at people who are just trying to get a feel for what Sex and Podcasting is all about, tells a little bit about why the show is in mothballs now, and points you to GeezerCast where the new stuff is.
Archive for the ‘About S&P’ Category
Yup. I’ve decided to wrap up Sex and Podcasting and move on. I should have done this about a month ago, but hey, who’s perfect?
As I said back then, I’ve run out of things to say about community podcasting. I’ve decided to do a new podcast rather than dilute the (I think pretty cool) message of Sex and Podcasting. I hope you’ll swing over to GeezerCast and check out the new stuff over there.
This show tries to hit the high spots of the Sex and Podcasting manifesto — “how-to podcasting”, the role of money in podcasting and why I think there’s room for lots of podcasters out there, the role that podcasters can play in larger society, and like that.
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This podcast asks a huge favor of you. I need your help in determining where to go with this Sex and Podcasting gizmo. There are enough of you in the gang now, so let's figure this out together. I whomped out another “on the couch” special-edition podcast in which I describe the kinds of things I learned from the last couple days of log files (looking at the “Post iTunes Arrival” hits) and voice a few theories that lead me to the conclusion that a lot of you would like more shows about “how to” podcasting stuff. Is that right? wrong?
Wow. iTunes added podcasting yesterday and Sex and Podcasting is rockin'! So this is a special mid-week version of the podcast to say “boy howdy” and summarize what this nothing-about-sex podcast is all about. S&P went from a couple hundred downloads a day to more like 5,000 a day. Whew! Thanks to the folks at IP House for the bandwidth and hand-holding as I tuned the server to handle the load.
I’m thinking that the format of podcasts can take many forms. Listen to this one to learn about my views on format, why I like the 10-minute “rant and a record” idea, plus the obligatory tweaking of the broadcast industry… 8.3 mBytes