Tuesday, September 11, 2012

These are the shows I know, I know. These are the shows I know.

"One does not simply become a podcaster, it takes indoctrination."
 -Nobody (me I guess)

As someone who does this thing called podcasting, I have listened to many shows, for better or worse. Having the exposure to so many types of shows, has really helped shape how I approach doing it. I also realize that I have the luxury of listening to more than the average person due to the nature of my job. So basically, I've done a lot of leg work, which I have now decided to share with you!

The plan is to, at least once a week, write a post concerning one show that I actively listen to, complete with links and stuff. I'm going to start at the top of my subscribe list, and continue alphabetically down until I get to the end. When a new show gets added in, I'll throw that somewhere with an article of its own.

Currently my subscribe list is 34 shows long, which will take the better part of a year to get through. I should say though that I am not opposed to suggestions. It seems pretty often that I run out of things to listen to and need to either play catch up on some long running show that I only listen to the current episodes of, or that I hit the suggestions button in my podcast catcher app.

Since Divided By Zero is on that list, and I'm somewhat partial to it, I'll buck the alphabetical thing just this once, drop it in this post. If you are reading this and are not a Divider, a listener of Divided by Zero, let's make you a better person and cram some awesome in your brain.


Divided By Zero
(DB0)

Website:

RSS:

iTunes subscription:

Contact:
dividedbyzeropod [at] gmail [dot] com

Mostly a chat show, where the hosts (Tyler Maron, Pierre Zoz, Nick Gauss, and Alabama Megatron, along with producer, Chris Masters) talk about their lives and have the discussions they tend to have after a long night of drinking. 

Season 1, stories about their friend Scott. Season 2, super powers and a resulting tournament. 
Season 3 (currently in progress), writing haiku.

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