1:50 – You develop a deeper sense of loyalty to a podcast host.
3:50 – What happens when you meet a host in person?
7:52 – Is technology helping us disconnect?
10:10 – What does the internet mean to us as a society?
14:10 – Sometimes we just want to sit back and have decisions made for us.
15:50 – People listen less to podcasts in December.
19:50 – Being open to listeners puts you at risk, but many people wonder how hosts do it.
21:45 – Just as much as a host becomes part of a listener's life, listeners become part of the host's life too.
25:40 – We don't always want to make a decision. We want to shut off and tune out sometimes.
26:50 – Are we really connecting with people or are we further isolating ourselves?
32:30 – Corey decided with a couple of friends that they'd completely disconnect from the internet every Sunday.
35:25 – Podcasting can bring a couple closer together.
38:05 – Moms have an outlet to talk to a 'real adult' when podcasting.
38:50 – Will everyone in the future have a podcast? Jason Hartman thinks so.
40:45 – Podcasts may turn into a social media format like the way blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn have become.
“People feel a connection and a closeness to their online lives and not so much are they engaged in their local community.”
“My list of podcasts paint a very clear profile of the kind of person that I am and my belief structure.”
“I think people will have a podcast in the sense that people have personal blogs and Facebook pages. I think it'll be like that.”
Mentioned In This Episode:
Mentioned In This Episode: Matterness by Allison Fine | Elsie Escobar – She Podcasts | Bree Noble – Women of Substance Radio | Alisa DiLorenzo – ONE Extraordinary Marriage | Jason Hartman – Hartman Media | David McRaney – You Are Not So Smart | Mary and Blake Larsen – ParentCast | Jay and Jack – The Lost Podcast