Listen to Librivox Community Podcast Show #57— Ductapeguy’s Podversary
This episode of the Librivox Community Podcast marks my (ductapeguy’s) one year anniversary of podcasting. To celebrate, Jim Mowatt and I had a wide ranging skype conversation. I really consider being a Librivox volunteer and helping to produce the community podcast was my University of Podcasting. During the conversation we talk about current news around the Librivox community, as well as my other podcasts, For the Sake of the Song, and White Trash Land.
Librivox on Twitter
Gesine provides an overview of ways to subscribe to librivox books using RSS, itunes, or by Email. Thanks To Tis and JackDale for setting up the code for the Chapter a Day Emails. You can also now click a link on the forum page of any work in progress to be informed when that audiobook is complete.
Explanation of the recent outages on Librivox.org
- Changes to the Librivox Uploader.
- Discussion of the Flac Audio format.
Special Rules Projects currently underway in the Librivox Community:
Sean (ductapeguy’s) other projects:
For the Sake of the Song: A podcast featuring interviews with songwriters and their songs.
White Trash Land A podcast novel by Andrew Beatty. Narrated by Sean McGaughey
Other sites mentioned:
JC Hutchins Seventh Son Trilogy
Sean’s Really Bad Review
Sean and Jim discuss a terrible user review Sean received on podiobooks.com and the librivoxian response to it. The discussion continued into the time honored, “What if I suck?” into styles of reading and the privilege and responsibility it is to be a reader of another person’s words.
Kara (kayray) and Henry drop by with this week’s stats.
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