I CAUGHT UP WITH a few voices at the end of 2018 because they dropped into my podcatcher when using old RSS feeds I set up years ago. Some of the familiar voices continuing using the #audio365 hashtag.
You can find the #audio365 on ListenNotes, on Google, and on some podcasting apps. It's free of commercialism although I get to see sponsored ads at the top of many listings.
However, I discovered several unfinished #audio365 processes on my work space and one of them includes trying to harvest and archive thousands of Audioboos. I need to transfer legacy audio files from Audioboo to Spreaker because the automated RSS import process only brought in the first 200 files. So I'm reaching out to Simon Toon to see if he can give me the syntax needed to force more than a nominal number of files from one service to another.
I'll file this under my podcasting section and update my progress via #audio365 as 2019 unfolds. I think it's worth my time to refine an audible presence because a quick statistical analysis suggests people want different consumption patterns. I get as many people listening to my casual chat as reading my simple blog posts.
[Bernie Goldbach teaches creative media for business on the Clonmel Digital Campus.]