Category: podcasting

“You’re Grounded!”

As I wrote in an earlier post, I was planning to fly to Florida for a family weekend but might have to cancel if a little gas bubble in my eye didn’t completely dissolve before my flight. Well, the bubble has spoken. Although it’s pretty small, its voice was loud and clear: “You’re Grounded!” I’m disappointed but am doing OK.… Read more →

Podcasting: Real People and Real Stories for the Mind and Heart

I’ve been producing Podcasts on and off since the early days of podcasting in 2005. And I’ve been listening to some amazing podcasts for years, especially Radiolab, The Moth Podcast, and This American Life, ll of which began life as Public Radio programs. I’ve enjoyed Catholic podcasts created by Fr. Roderick Vonhögen and other people under the SQPN banner, and tech podcasts from Leo Laporte… Read more →