THE IRISH SUMMER SEASON closed for me within two weeks of passing Milk and Honey in Aungier Street, down the street from the annual e-learning week at the Dublin Institute of Technology. Unknown to me, several people would pick up on the demonstration I ran about Audioboo, the simplest way a college lecturer can effectively produce a podcast. I snapped a shot of the sandwich board outside one of Darragh Doyle's haunts (at left) then found myself inside at a time when Darragh was hard at work around the corner. Two months later, I realise I should start cross-publishing some of my memorable Audioboo moments, so I've hyperlinked some related things onto my Inside View weblog. From the kinds of follow-on questions that I'm getting about my short Audioboo, I realise I didn't cover enough details concerning the simple workflow because people want to know how to leverage the content, how to archive their own work and how to attract more than 100 people to each audio post. I'm saving all those answers for a Social Media module that I teach in Tipperary Institute but I'll share thoughts with Limerick OpenCoffee on Thursday if anyone there wants the inside view on Audioboo.