Posts TaggedPodcasts

Personal Sites, Connections, and 11ty

I was recently listening to an episode of the JS Party podcast where they had Zach Leatherman on to talk about 11ty going independent.

Reading Log - April 15, 2024 (#72)

A little heavy on web development and podcsasts this week.

September 2023 Check-In

The fall season has begun. The weather has started to chill which is thankful since our AC still needs repairing or replacement.

Tackling My Podcast Queue

As I write this, my podcast queue is sitting at 1,136 episodes. Wowzers! If I listen to every episode in its entirety at normal speed would take almost 40 days. I might have a problem, and I think I need to come up with a way to help tackle this.

Reading Log - June 23, 2023 (#33)

Two weeks worth of articles this week as I was in New York City last weekend. This log has a bunch of news out of the Microsoft-Activision acquisition, Reddit following the path of Twitter, and more.

Handling an Unruly Podcast Queue

Right now, I am currently subscribed to 170 podcasts. And while I don't necessarily listen to every episode of every podcast I subscribe to, it does lead to my podcast queue to become rather unruly.

Reading Log - January 13, 2023 (#14)

A little light this week. Identity thieves targeted a credit reporting agency, a look at the podcasting market, and more.

The Importance of Compatibility

I was recently listening to the No Dogma Podcast and they had Jared Parsons, the C# Compiler Lead at Microsoft on. He said something that got stuck in my head.

Chats with Kent

I've been finally catching up on my (all-too-massive) podcast backlog and figured I'd place a shout-out to the podcast Chats with Kent.

Slow Burn: The Road to the Iraq War

Recently, I’ve been listening to the latest season of Slow Burn from Slate.

Podcasts Galore, Part II

If you've read my blog at all, you know that I'm a big fan of podcasts. They're a great way to learn about a whole variety of subjects to fit your tastes. I listen to so many podcasts I unfortunately have to pick and choose which episodes I listen to based on interest levels, which for me is fine. It'd be nice to be able to listen to everything, but there just isn't enough time in the day.

Podcasts galore!

Many times while I am working, I often listen to podcasts. I find that they're a great way to keep myself up to date with what's going on around the world, or just to learn something new.