There comes a point when a podcaster wonders “How should I be encoding my mp3s? What’s the right quality vs. file size trade off?” Hopefully this thought occurs before releasing Episode 1, but it is common to read a podcasting tutorial or book and just go with whatever that source is recommending. There’s really nothing wrong with that — the golden rule of audio production is if it sounds good, then you’re doing it right!
I’m only talking audio podcasts here. Video is out of the scope of this post.
This is a PSA calling for an end to sexual harassment at science fiction cons.
A day… four days… who’s counting? The site is now declared “live” and promos are starting to roll in – so we appreciate any posts, links from blogs, and shares on social sites!
Lots of changes to the site. Some template tweaks to stop the streaming player buttons from getting covered up. All of the pages and category feeds are up now. We’ve added a placeholder for an actual podcast where we’ll interview creators and service providers, as well as a form to request to be interviewed.
On the sidebar we’ve added links to some of our favorite podcasting destinations and added a link to see a random promo (thanks to Kreg Steppe for the idea).
Apparently we’re still talking in the third person, but volunteers are starting to step up, so that will change soon as well.
Libby Carter wanted to get away from it all, so she took a job mining asteroids as far out into the inky blackness as possible. However, her escape turned into a trap, leaving her stuck in indentured servitude, living on a tiny rock in space. As she tries to dig herself out, she gains friends and finds adventure. Cave-in rescues, planetary collisions, and other mishaps keep her new family fighting to stay alive.