Old school podcast, from a car, in northern Alberta.
A response to this post from Bud Hunt.
I wasn’t completely happy with my last post. No, not because some people told me I pretty much was a loser because I was too lazy to fix my spelling, but because I don’t think I clearly articulated the difference between how publishing is different today. Here’s a hint at the analogy I tried.
I said I would podcast more so I am. Just trying to be regular.
Here are a few links to this podcast:
The sound is pretty raw. I recorded while walking the dog and there was a bit of wind. I used Audcaity's Noise Removal tool but I probably didn't use it correctly. It's useable but not great. Good thing it's only 7 minutes.
Also if you'd like to subscribe via itunes, this link will put them in your itunes library and sync to your device if that suits your fancy.
Zac invites me to explore further my recent post and invites his friend Dave, who offers a different perspective. So we hop on Skype and talk. As a bonus, my daughter, a young teacher herself, joins us later on in the podcast to offer some of her own insights.
I have to say, podcasting and conversation is a hugely underutilized format. The lack of ability to monitor, edit and delete ourselves and hear folks in authentic, real time conversation is something I'd love to hear more. So if you have 50 minutes, which I'm sure most of you don't, you might enjoy this talk and find out whether or not your dentist needs to be passionate and whether this idea of passion is as big a deal as we sometimes think it is. You'll also learn what Zac will do for free.
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