Unfortunately, there were a lot of broken links in the Thing 21 lesson. The Podcastalley link worked, though. After slogging through pages of supposed library and book review listings, I finally settled on adding this one to my Bloglines account:
Library Geeks (Description from listing: "Dan Chudnov invites librarians, geeks, and library geeks to geek out about libraries.")It has only 58 subscribers and a poor rating (1/5 stars) on Podcasters, so we'll see.
I next tried everyone's old standby, Google, resulting in my subscription to:
Forward Thinking (Business & Motivational Book Reviews)There's something about the concept of motivational books that always makes me cringe, so, again, we'll see.
Again supporting my theory that recommendations are the best route when selecting social media to follow, I Googled and found a few lists of recommended library podcasts. For example, LibrarySpot helped me to find:
PALINET Podcasts (Interviews with leaders in library technology)
My all-time favorite podcast remains Grammar Girl. This podcast is not a library thing, though.
The ease with which people can now create and publish content is both a blessing and a curse. So much to slog through...
Of course, I can't wait to start podcasting myself, internally. I have several ideas on how to further engage and educate our users via podcasts. Just need to get going.
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