Look at these crazy people floating in fish excrement.
Call it a sickness, but I never feel so alive as when I’m rolling into the gas station in the nick of time.
Check out my sweet new smart watch.
Fuksa makes a good point that easily gets left out when discussion focuses on issues like publicity and monetization. A good podcast network–like a good independent record label–can appeal to listeners based upon its taste in the shows that it welcomes into the fold. An important aspect of this, as Fuksa observes, is that the artists joined together in the network benefit by being in good company. It’s something that’s difficult to quantify, but is nevertheless real. — Podcasting News: Apple Buys and Closes Podcast App Swell, and more