NaPodPoMo 08: Interview with Luis Sandoval, Jr.

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On day 8 of National Podcast Post Month, I interview Luis Sandoval, Jr. who now has 1 year of podcasting under his belt. He jumped into the podcasting realm with Tech in Twenty (which we co-host) and the Media Minute.

Luis talks about what podcasting has done for him and how he is moving forward. As is the case with most podcasters, Luis has branched out to several podcasts and has plans for several more.

His wife, Angel has started her own podcast for NaPodPoMo called Domestic Goddess Lessons. http://domesticgoddesslessons.blogspot.com/ It would appear that podcasting is like a cold. Hang around long enough and you just might catch it. 😉

You can connect with Luis on Twitter @LuisSandovalJr as well as on his blog The Daily Slackr http://dailyslackr.com/

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NaPodPoMo 06: Interview with Medros

On Day 6 of National Podcast Post Month we go a bit old school and actually go into post production with this episode.  Medros lives in Canada and long distance rates would go a long way to hitting our podcasting pocketbooks in an unwelcome manner. We had to forgo the usual Utterli recording and opted go with a Skype recording. Whereas Utterli recordings are raw, live and on the fly, with this episode we went back to our old friend Garageband to churn this baby out.

Medros from All Things AzerothMedros is a long time gamer and podcaster who has been a part of NaPodPoMo from the beginning. We chat about gaming and podcasting and delve into how World of Warcraft has changed. I ask the age old question of the next “Warcraft Killer” and Medros shares his best advice to create and build a successful gaming podcast. You can connect with Medros on Twitter @medros and listen to the show at All Things Azeroth.

NaPodPoMo 03: Interview with Les Zaldor

Les Zaldor from Zaldor's WorldTonight I interview long-time podcaster, Les Zaldor from Zaldor’s World.

Les shares what got him into podcasting and what keeps him going. He offers  his helpful tips for the newbie podcaster.

You can find out more info about Les by checking out his podcast http://zaldor.com/ or following him on Twitter @zaldor.

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NaPodPoMo 02: Interview with Shawn Thorpe

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I kick off my interview theme with original NaPodPoMo Alumni, Shawn Thorpe.

He shares a bit of his podcasting history, a recent podcasting milestone, advice for the newbie podcaster and what his theme is for the month of November.

Be sure to connect with Shawn on Twitter @shawno and find out more on his blog http://shawnogram.com/

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NaPodPoMo 2008 Day 1

Here we are on the first day of the podcasting marathon that is the National Podcast Post Month.

Thanks to all the brave souls who have decided to embark on this fun and crazy ride.

I will be keeping my daily postings on one of a few shows.

First is Living the Dream, Second, will be a show Luis Sandoval and I are co-hosting on Blog Talk Radio called Tech in Twenty. Third, will be a series of shows related to cultivating community.

Now I’m off to listen to all of YOUR shows for day 1. 🙂

Cheers!

Theme music is Dangerous Things by George Fletchers Bourbon Renewel

NaPodPoMo: National Podcast Post Month 2008

Last year, I was watching all the Twitter folks chat about NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) and NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month) and thought, “Oh, that’s cool.” Then I saw videobloggers chatting about NaVloPoMo (National Vlog Post Month) and thought, “Hey, if the videobloggers can create video every day in the month of November, then I should be able to podcast, too.”

So I began my search for the podcasters who were participating in the November fun. Lo and behold, I discovered there was no such group. I was astounded. How could the writers, bloggers and vloggers be participating in the November daily postings but not the podcasters? It just seems crazy to think that as active and chatty as podcasters are that we didn’t have something to rally around.

So following the lead of NaNoWriMo, NaBloPoMo and NaVloPomo I created NaPodPoMo or National Podcast Post Month. Of course I did this on October 30, 2007 and NaPodPoMo was set to start on November 1, 2007. Not a lot of advance planning or opportunity to let folks know this even existed. I’ve always been a “fly-by-the-set-of-my-pants” kind of gal, but this was ridiculous even for me.

I set out to let my peers know what I was doing by making the announcement on Twitter and posting to the Podcasting YahooGroup. Those two simple steps launched NaPodPoMo and introduced me to a whole new group of podcasters I had never heard before. It seemed so daunting at first. These thoughts ran through my head, “A podcasts in a row for 30 whole days?! What was I thinking?”. After a while it was, “Hey, I’m halfway through this and I’m having a great time.” Finally, towards the end, “It’s almost over. I’m going to miss NaPodPoMo.”

When the 30 days were complete, I discovered alot about myself and met some amazing folks along the way. So, now when I think about this year’s NaPodPoMo, I think, “I can’t wait to get started!”

Cheers!

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P.S. Below is a copy of the post I sent out to both the NaPodPoMo Alumni and the Podcasting YahooGroup.

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It’s that time of year again.

No, not Fall,

NaPodPoMo!

From November 1-30th we’ll be participating in the annual event which is the National Podcast Post Month.

The conversations are already happening on the NaPoPoMo Ning site so swing on by to add your voice. http://napodpomo.ning.com

The rules for the November 1-30th NaPodPoMo are simple:

•Post audio in any form every day

That’s it!

Feel free to be creative. You can post a traditional podcast or use Utterli, BlogTalkRadio, TalkShoe, etc… Some folks have even incorporated video into their posts.

There is no time limit. Got a one minute tip show or an hour long diatribe? As long as you post audio every day, it all counts.

The site is open for new registrations. Tell your friends and start training now for the podcast marathon that is NaPodPoMo.

http://napodpomo.ning.com

Remember, hydration is key ;-D

Cheers!

NaPodPoMo #31 – The Post Show

A quick note to let everyone know they can grab their “I Did It!” badge on the NaPodPoMo Ning site. A very big THANK YOU to fellow NaPodPoMo participant Laura Ross of the Coffee and Tea Show for the great badge. Also wanted to let you know that the Ning site is closed to new members. As current members you can access the site all you want. Since NaPodPoMo is over it doesn’t make sense to keep enrollment open. But rest assured that next year we’ll be hitting NaPodPoMo 2008 with a vengence…..er….well….we’ll give it another go and open up the site to everyone who wants to join in the fun.

Thanks once again for a great month.

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