Multimedia Tues., Podcast

Multimedia Tuesday: Podcast #1

Ok, so this was supposed to come out yesterday, but a host of complications conspired against that.  Let’s just say that this first podcast has been a technological learning experience.  Things hopefully will be smoother next time around…

This is part of a new feature that we are calling multimedia Tuesdays.  One week we will post a podcast, the next week a relevant video, and then we’ll repeat this 2  week cycle.  Let us know what you think as things unfold here…



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  1. Justin Anthony Knapp


    Thanks for posting this – listening to talk podcasts in the background while I peruse newspapers is a handy way of learning things I would otherwise miss. As you may have noticed from listening to this episode yourself, you might try eating the mic a little less.


  2. Justin —

    Yes, I must’ve been pretty hungry for that mic! Dang! Definitely one of my learning experiences…


    Thanks for listening!

  3. Is there any way to read these, or is it all audio now?


  4. Shelley —

    Good question. Every other Tuesday, we will post an audio podcast, which will unfortunately only be available as audio.

    HOWEVER, this is in addition to and *NOT* replacing our regular text issues that are typically posted on Fridays.

    This is an experiment since I know many people like being able to download the audio files and to listen to them while they are away from a computer.

    Hope this helps!