Say, what if I were to start doing a DJ podcast?
File it under “big talk” if you like, but it seems silly to talk about revitalizing this blog without putting some thought into hosting a related podcast. The technological side of things is simpler than ever, and that’s good news for dudes who don’t get out as much as they used to for whatever reason.
Yes, it would be another “project,” and that’s arguably the last thing I need. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be manageable. Frankly, if I want to keep spinning sets that don’t take place in my study, then I’m going to have to keep recording and sharing new material one way or the other. A podcast seems like a fun and easy way to do that, and it wouldn’t necessarily involve much work.
I mean, the workload would be defined by the schedule I chose, and even then I’d have a lot of flexibility. I’ve got so much old material in the vault at this point that I could easily share an old-but-good set if I didn’t have time to record anything new. And if things got really busy, I could always tag a guest DJ in for a set. After all, if there’s one thing I know, it’s literally hundreds of DJs.
What do you think? If I put the effort into this sort of thing, would you give it a listen? Would you do me one better and spread the word? Would you be willing to share your advice on tech and content alike? Would you subscribe to this blog or follow me on Twitter, just to make sure you’d be among the first to know if I did launch a podcast? If enough of you pressure me into it, I’ll basically have to do it, right?
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