Chris Aldrich’s microcast about microcasts

I haven’t listened to the podcast yet but I wanted to leave a comment. For a long time now I've also wanted to do a podcast, for the experience and just because. But … quite frankly I'm afraid. Afraid the audio quality will suck. Afraid that the content will suck. Afraid to look like an idiot online.

I'm encouraged to see Chris do this.

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  2. Aixa says:

    Do it! My husband and I both listen to a lot of podcasts (but not many of the same ones), I listen to one by an Instagram influencer and she said she was extremely when she was starting (for the same reasons you just gave), but every one of hers has been wonderful!

  3. kOoLiNuS says:

    Personally I'm not fond of Podcasts … I find them annoying. I'd hate listening them driving to work / back home in traffic, where only (good) music saves my nerves.
    I cannot put down a note or a link of something quoted, because I am moving and doing something else the few times I have tried to listen something…
    Third a radio speaker has an appealing voice or tone while talking … are we sure our voice is equally pleasant? I, for example, hate my voice the times I listen it in some family or friend's video.

    So just write, I can enjoy it … if you go podcast, I'll miss it!

    1. I don’t have a good “radio voice” either. I have a voice made for silent films. 🙂

    1. Thanks for the encouragement. I’ll have a look at anchor.

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