2021 seems to be the year of in-app podcast subscriptions. And it's very confusing right now where and how a podcaster should make use of it all.
In this video I talked about how podcast hosting works and how you can use tools like Transistor.fm to host, distribute, build a website, and where you should share new episodes each time you publish a new episode.
Clubhouse is a new type of social app - a social networking audio app - that allows you to talk with people in front of a virtual audience of listeners. It's been in development for a few months but has had crazy growth in the last couple of months as it's become the hot new thing.
How to improve the audio coming in from co-workers on Zoom calls and more.
Leo Dion joins me to talk about the apps he's built, including one to help live stream your heart rate, the Nintendo Switch games his family are enjoying, and the debate over whether this is really what it feels like to work from home and how some folks just don't get asynchronous communication.
Susan Boles joins me to talk about how she uses tools like Paperform, Clickup, Zapier, Xero, and more to automate her business and how other small business owners can benefit from experimenting with a bit of automation.
Jay joins me to talk about rural internet speeds, whether a new router can help your home internet speed, how legal torrenting may be (we're not lawyers!), and Justin Jackson asks about The Racoons.
Rogue Amoeba launched Audio Hijack v3.7 which includes a beta of a new live stream block: With just a few clicks, you can get a free stream up and running with one of the services offered by major platforms, including…
If you're used to recording your podcast in person, you're probably scrambling a bit to get up to speed on recording with guests / friends remotely.
When you’re recording a conversation for a podcast, you want high quality, uncompressed AIFF recordings of each side of the conversation – your mic on one track, your guest’s audio from Skype or Zoom on another track. But what if…