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By: Office2.0 - Publishing, Posting, Podcasting, Privacy and Perception - Cataga

Wed, 11 Oct 2006 05:17:07 +0000

[...] October Craig02:47 pmAdd comment Leisa writes: So, today I did my first ever podcast and shipped it off to Anne for the Office 2.0 Podcast Jam. [...]

By: Anne 2.0 » Blog Archive » Podcast Jam Day 2 Wrapup, Day 3 Preview

Wed, 11 Oct 2006 00:57:22 +0000

[...] If you want to do some reading about what we’ve learned in doing the podcast jam, check out Leisa’s comments on the experience of creating a podcast and Amy’s observation that every conference should have an OPML reading list. [...]

By: anne

Tue, 10 Oct 2006 23:45:45 +0000

Things are evening up, what with your podcast and another I received today (Sandy Kemsley of Column 2 at, too lazy to get the link right now). I think we'll reach about 50/50 by the end. I haven't had a chance to listen to yours yet--busy setting up office 2.0 attendees to come to our chat tomorrow--but I am looking forward to it. I know what you mean about feeling exposed, it's like another layer of exposure. After I did three podcasts, I got used to the idea of people hearing my voice, my shaking voice, my voice saying dumb things, my voice saying occasionally smart things, etc. I think it will continue to get easier. I was on a telecon today and felt more confident than I ever had before, I think because of the podcasting experience. Post production can be a trap, although I edited the hell out of my first podcast, the second one only a little and the third barely at all. In public speaking you can't edit, it's true, but the process of editing at least helps me understand where I am likely to trip up. So I practice those areas. Anyway, I'm glad for your contribution and I hope it doesn't turn out to be the wrong thing to have made yourself vulnerable in a whole new way.