In my post about the Microsoft Silicon Valley vanpool I mentioned how podcasts saved my sanity while driving in the heavy traffic. One of the other vanpoolers mentioned that I should blog the podcasts I listen to (Thanks Yvonne). So here I am on my ride blogging again. This could get to be a habit. :)
Having more time to write can be a bad thing. ;) I started writing this post and before I knew it it had become a 2000 word mega-post. :O That’s not exactly what I had in mind. Personally I prefer to read posts that are short and sweet. So with that in mind I’m going to split this into a series of posts on the subject. In this series, I’ll try to put some structure around the podcasts I listen to regularly.
I guess I’ve just subscribed to too many of these. That’s no big deal. There’s no law that says you have to watch all of these. At first I did feel guilty if I fell behind in a series but I’m so over that. There’s just so much out there to watch or listen to that all you can do is pull together the stuff that interest you and see what happens.
Today’s post is about the video podcasts I watch. See my other posts about Technology, Entertainment, Startups, and Miscellaneous podcasts.
I started listening to podcasts as a way to use my time more productively while driving on my long commute. I never really understood the point behind video podcasts until I recently tried a few. Mostly I watch these when I have a few minutes to burn. That’s mostly on flights or in airports after my laptop battery has died. :(
So what do you think? Do you like these? Are there others that you recommend? Leave your comments in the area provided below.