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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C. Christopher Smith is the founding editor of The Englewood Review of Books. He is also author of a number of books, including most recently How the Body of Christ Talks: Recovering the Practice of Conversation in the Church (Brazos Press, 2019). Connect with him online at: C-Christopher-Smith.com


4 Comments

  1. Justin Anthony Knapp

    Chris,

    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.

    -JAK

  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?

    Shelley

  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!
    Chris.