Having been involved with podcasting since the beginning on Nokia smartphones from the 2000s, I often think about how I miss those old phones. But it’s really not the phones themselves I miss, but…something else about that time.
We used to sit around and listen to music. Or at least watch the same TV
shows. Or, to go farther back, we sat around the campfire and shared stories.
These days…we do none of that, and I think we’re worse off for it.
Wherein I talk about the evolution of podcasting, how some people just
don’t care about how they sound, and interacting with the audience.
Try a new podcast app today and stream
some value my way. And, hey, let me know you’re listening somehow!
Some other projects I'm doing include: CheckMates, Check Point's user community site, PhoneBoy's Security Theater, a blog where I discuss computer and
network security-related topics, as well as PhoneBoy Says, an infrequent personal blog where I discuss more personal issues.
PhoneBoy Speaks: Mobile Technology, Social Media, Geek Culture, Information Security, General Tech Douchebaggery, and Health