It is the time for “Year in Review.” Spoke to Bryan Crump at Radio New Zealand here.
My friends have been goading me to do something that I keep talking about doing. A podcast. I’d like to do a weekly one called “Connecting the Dots,” which takes current news items and puts a unique spin on it. I tried telling Mint to let me do podcasts but that hasn’t gone anywhere. So […]
About good relationships and bad ones? Kate and Will are getting married. Do you have a good marriage? Find out. Here is the page on the Indicast Podcast Network
This week’s podcast about Friendship. Here at the Indicast site. Also below.
Aditya Mhatre of the Indicast Podcast Network emailed me after a Mint column about the podcasts I listen to. He introduced me to his podcast network at The Indicast and helped me learn how to do a podcast. We talked about formats and brainstormed about ideas. I’d like to do humour but that’s very hard. […]
Here is a podcast I uploaded in which I interviewed Professor Sam Gosling via Skype. The archive.org page is here. You have to click on 9.3 MB Click here for the podcast
It took me ten days to record this one because I wasn’t really sure what it was about. Finally, I decided to stop fussing about making it perfect and simply decided to try out this new and exciting medium. I am posting it here to remind myself of how bad my first podcast was. Of […]
Charlotte visited from Boston and inspired me to do something that I have long been wanting to do. Aditya Mhatre of Indicast told me to set it up at archive.org I recorded the piece using Apple’s built in Garage Band program. Didn’t have a mike or any of the other audio set ups so not […]
My latest Mint column It started with children’s audiobooks—abundantly available on the Web. Storynory.com offers free pod casts, in which a chirpy woman named Natasha tells stories suitable for children aged 6-16. Try it when your children come home from school. Along with their tiffin, you can serve them up a story. I have become […]