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By: Michael O'Connor Clarke

Tue, 03 Apr 2007 01:22:24 +0000

Heh. I'm tempted. Maybe I should start a podcast called "I'm probably wrong..." as I usually am.

By: Kevin Behringer

Mon, 02 Apr 2007 21:43:43 +0000

Michael: Thanks for the comment! I think you definitely should start a podcast. I heard you on Mitch Joel's a while back and I would definitely be subscribing! Kevin

By: Michael O'Connor Clarke

Mon, 02 Apr 2007 21:13:32 +0000

FWIW, I completely agree with your observation that comments can sometimes lead to further valuable conversation. In fact - I think those are probably the only kind of comments it's worth including in the body of any particular podcast. If the comment adds no real value beyond "I love your show", then perhaps a simple namecheck from the host would be sufficient acknowledgment. Maybe something like "I/we also had some nice comments this week from N, N, and N. Thanks for your encouragement!" I'm all for having the content of a podcast driven by user feedback, but when audio feedback does little to move the discussion forward, then perhaps it should be simply embedded in the show's blog, and not included as a core part of the show itself. I'm not (yet) a podcaster, so I'm a little underqualified to be passing judgement here, but I do find I'm using my "skip ahead" controls rather more often on podcasts these days.