Episode 64: Podcast Saga Part 17 - Not the Revolution but After

Podcasting was a revolution in media, but while this podcast saga has focused on the aftermath and the world it created, that's not typically how we talk about most revolutions.

But there's a podcast for that!

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Podcasts Mentioned
It Was Never Just About the Revolution

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Episode 63: Podcast Saga Part 16 - The Science of Chaos

You know, sometimes science fiction can seem a little too... polished? I mean, I was never good with it. I don't think too many people would be. It would be a hot mess from time to time.

Hey, there's a podcast for that!

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Podcasts Mentioned
Oz 9

And consider checking out my show The Oracle of Dusk

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Episode 62: Podcast Saga Part 15 - What About the [Show] World?

The technological aspect of sci-fi podcasting is pretty enlightening... If you know where to look.

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Podcasts Mentioned
Moonbase Theta Out
We Fix Space Junk

And consider checking out my show The Oracle of Dusk

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Episode 61: Podcast Saga Part 14 - The Not-Time-Restricted Train to Anywhere

Science fiction and I once have a strained relationship, but podcasting fixed that. Let me explain....

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Podcasts Mentioned
The 12:37

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Episode 60: Podcast Saga Part 13 - Among the Stars and Bones (and other pieces...)

We should probably talk about the podcast that started all of this, shouldn't we?

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Podcasts Mentioned
Among the Stars and Bones

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Episode 59: Podcast Saga Part 12 - My Time, My Show

It's probably in poor taste to talk about my own show in a "review show," but this has never been the typical review show. It's been "my show" composed of my thoughts. So here's some more of that...

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Podcasts Mentioned
The Oracle of Dusk, obviously. Maybe it's time for you to check it out.

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Episode 48: Podcast Saga Part 1 - Are They Just Radio 2.0?

Today, we're going to start something "epic" (hard quotes). M wants to begin to dissect what made audio fiction podcasting in the first place, what gives it its appeal, and what makes it the cultural force that it is.

And we're going to start by clarifying if these shows are all just radio dramas reborn.

Audio Fiction Referenced:
Among the Stars and Bones
Alice Isn't Dead
Within the Wires

Sources:
1. Meyer, Erin A. “'Blogs Give Regular People the Chance to Talk Back': Rethinking 'Professional' Media Hierarchies in New Media.” New Media & Society, vol. 14, no. 6, 2012, pp. 1022–1036.
2. Jenkins, Henry. Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide. New York University Press, 2016.


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Episode 41: Palimpsest - Something to Consider...

Today, M jumps into a podcast that she feels a deep philosophical and almost spiritual bond with. Of course... that's just her perspective. But it helps her explain herself which is always great.

Topic of Today's Episode:
Palimpsest (Find it wherever you are listening my voice.)

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