Prototyping the Podcast

I’m running a series of six podcasts, to prototype a format: each one takes a blog post, which i read out, adding context to the original writing, and also sharing how my own thinking was shaped, or has evolved, since writing it.

I’ve selected a range of pieces, which cover complexity, Social Leadership, Social Learning, and aspects of the broader Social Age. At this stage, i’m primarily interested in two things: does the podcast format allow me to add value, and can i fit this into an easy workflow.

The first two are now live, and subsequent episodes will release on Thursday each week.

After six weeks, i will likely run another series in a different format: from this first series i want to crack the technical aspects of recording and workflow, and in a second series continue to explore format. So an iterative approach.

That being said, i am open to feedback: i am doing this to see if it opens up a more accessible format to busy people, and to see if i can ultimately build in interviews with the many and varied people i meet as i travel around the world (which presents another workflow/technical challenge).

Let me know what you think.

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.
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