Tag Archives: podcasts
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about content production. Well, no, not actually about that particular term, but about the ways in which someone like me can get somewhat famous. And it has come to my peripheral attention that producing … Continue reading
Dorothy Sayers wrote a short story, “An Arrow O’er The House,” in which an aspiring murder mystery novelist, Mr. Humphrey Podd, has become frustrated by publishers’ rejections of his books. He decides he needs a vigorous method of promotion even … Continue reading
So I just learned. Is there a saturation point for podcasts? Beyond which there’s no point in dribbling another one into the ocean?