I thought of something.... a device that only plays podcasts. Not an MP3 player mind you. There are plenty of those. I want a device that will be known as “a podcast player,” just like there are “mp3 players.”
And it could be open source and built off of existing hardware and software. So here’s a quick sketch I whipped up for some inspiration based off the raspberry pi zero.
@adam and that’s a very large sum per day when only going by the generally accepted statistics. But then there’s me in listener/producer mode, hearing that sum being “ turned up to 11” 😜
Just as an FYI because @adam mentioned something on the most recent episode of podcasting 2.0, I really do think that there’s a lot more people that listen to more than just one hour a day. And I get that he was using statistics which take an average off a wide range of listeners but, just to give perspective I work 11 hours a day as a framer and I listen almost the whole day to all sorts of podcasts. Just wanted to say that. Thanks to all the dudes named Ben making podcasting better every day!
Heeeeyyy @dave @adam... can we “stwalk?” I would love to be able to start hosting my podcast on my own, but I have no idea where to start and it’s currently being hosted on... Lord forgive me for saying this... anchor.fm. Is there some sort of guide or instructional video or something to get me pointed in the right direction? I’m not looking for anything flashy. Just something that’ll get the job done. Utilitarian Style
Intended for all stake holders of podcasting who are interested in improving the eco system