Podcasting 101. Or, well, how I do it, anyway…

I was recently asked by someone about the mechanics of how I do my podcast and thought it would be worthwhile to share with you. Hopefully, if you’re thinking of starting a podcast, you’ll find it useful. I’m trying to do it on the cheap, to show nonprofits that you don’t really need to invest much to make it work.

Episode 3: Dave Montague – exploring the human service worker side of technology

In this episode, I wanted to explore the human service worker side of things. If we’re going to talk about technology in human services, we can’t leave the service agencies and workers out. To be aspirational is great. But, what does it take to make it work, practically, day to day?

Episode 2: Jason Shim – harnessing technology to make a difference in the world

On this episode, I’m talking with Jason Shim. Jason’s a connector, an innovator with an insatiable curiosity. He shares his experience, learning and knowledge freely, humbly, and with insight and analysis.I’m so excited to bring his insights, energy and experience to all of you.

RSS feeds: what they are and how to use them

Imagine getting updated as soon as information you need/want is published. Someone you follow finds a cool link, writes a great post, an article that mentions your organization is published, you’re mentioned in the news… With RSS feeds, as soon as the content you’re interested in is published, it’s shared with you.