Software, equipment, people, and accomplishments that we couldn't podcast without, or that podcasting helped us accomplish.
Erik Fisher from Beyond the To Do List:
@theRamenNoodle I’m thankful for all the people who are learning in the journey of productivity and creativity with my show.
— Erik Fisher (@ErikJFisher) November 19, 2012
@theRamenNoodle I'm thankful for the podcasting community that is coaching me in getting into it as a hobby.
— Hero for Hire (@GoldenSaucerGuy) November 19, 2012
Professor Alan from Book Guys Show:
@theRamenNoodle I'm thankful for being able to talk regularly with fellow book lovers and authors.
— Alan Middleton (@ProfessorAlan) November 19, 2012
Mike Dell from Geek of the North:
— Mike Dell (@mgdell) November 19, 2012
Jeremiah Miller from Chunks o' Wisdom: I'm thankful for the Audacity to Podcast, and all of your help!
Anne-Sophie from Your Life Your Success:
— Anne-Sophie (@theannesophie) November 26, 2012
Angela from Podcast Goddess:
- Internet in general and what it has enabled
- Podcasters who share their passions to change the world
- Audible for supporting podcasters
- People who believe podcasting is its own medium
Matthew Lowell from The Awaken Revolution:
- Akismet WordPress plugin for blocking spam
- Disqus commenting system plugin (plus Akismet) for moderating website comments
SgtFred: Sorry, I meant to say: “I am THANKFUL for Lon Naylor (i.e., “Mr. Camtasia”) and his giving to the video, elearning and tutorial community.
Bill Hutchison from YWAM Podcast:
I'm thankful for the global reach that podcasting has and that with it there are no geographical boundaries. My personal podcast where I share my testimony has been downloaded in over 40 different countries, including many in the middle east, which would not be possible without the global reach of podcasting.
DJ City from The Japan Experience Podcast: we can broadcast our voices across the Internet and reach others with our interests.
As a listener, the thing I am most thankful for in podcasting is the vast diversity of podcasts to fill my day with. I can, pretty much, find a podcast (or two) covering any given topic I may want to learn more about and it's awesome to have that kind of instant gratification when I used to have to wait for my favorite radio shows to come on the airwaves at their scheduled times.
As a podcaster, I am most thankful for the community of podcast producers. I would never have thought to even try and produce my own podcasts but shows like TAP and Cliff Ravenscraft's Podcast Answer Man, have taught me so much and equipped me to be confident that I can be a successful podcast producer as well. In fact, I am launching my own podcast network in January with 4 unique shows initially that already have 3-4 shows recorded each!
Thanks for all you do and, specifically, for the great work with TAP!
What I'm thankful for
- Podcast listeners who have supported my business by hiring me or referring others to me
- Canon T4i digital SLR camera for still photos and HD video
- My new iPhone 5, which doubles as my new iPod
- The camaraderie among other podcasters instead of competition
I will try switching from Audacity to Audition for a couple weeks. This won't be a permanent switch, but it will be a test.
Unfortunately, this is already proving very difficult.
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