Studio: Daniel J. Lewis / Noodle.mx Network
What It Is
Daniel Lewis monologues on pragmatic tips about podcasting.
Episodes go from around twenty minutes to around an hour, depending on his subject. The full archive is available on iTunes. New episode every week.
What About It
There are two really good things to say about this show: Lewis is very specific and very pragmatic. Each episode has a specific topic and Lewis stays dead on topic the entire episode. Topics might include 5 ways to use an iPad or Android tablet in podcasting or the 4 cornerstones of a great podcast. And he’s very pragmatic in his tips; this show isn’t about the philosophy of podcasting really; it’s quite technical. Unfortunately, this means the show is also really dull for me, especially given Lewis’ monotone voice, which seems dedicated to lulling the listener to sleep. This simply isn’t a show that I’m going to listen to. If you don’t run a podcast, there’s zero reason to listen; even if you do, it strikes me you could perhaps find a more entertaining show than this one.
You’re both running a podcast and suffering from insomnia.
Avoid Like the Plague If
You somehow have read all of these reviews, but don’t quite know what a podcast is yet.
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