Here’s the Recap:
Continuing with yet another podcast pioneer, we get to speak with someone who started their first podcast back in 2007. With his clean comedy podcast, The Ramen Noodle, Daniel dipped his toe in the podcast waters, and never looked back. He runs the Noodle.mx network and is also the host of the award-winning show, The Audacity to Podcast. This Daniel J. Lewis interview is full of energy and his enthusiasm is contagious. What a great ambassador for podcasting.
What We Covered:
- 04:30 – The benefits and fun of recording live
- 06:50 – Diehard fans stay in the chat rooms for hours!
- 10:20 – The creation of the intro to the Ramen Noodle podcast
- 12:30 – Fans now contribute to the them song for season 3
- 14:30 – The origins of Daniel's podcast journey
- 16:00 – Daniel's inspiration for the comedy show
- 18:00 – It's very easy to fall into those ruts of what we assume to be true
- 20:00 – The passion is what keeps you going
- 21:30 – How and why puts the prep time in for his podcasts
- 23:45 – Why the prep work gets him excited prior to recording
- 24:55 – Daniel wins 2013 Technology Podcast of the Year
- 26:45 – The impact of winning the award
- 29:25 – The best approach for getting shows in the network nominated?
- 32:00 – The timeline of the podcast launches
- 34:35 – The benefits of joining a network like Noodle.mx
- 38:25 – Daniel is actively looking for new podcasts for Noodle.mx
- 41:25 – Daniel's new project: MyPodcastReviews
- 43:00 – How to handle approaching the same niche as someone else
- 44:25 – The challenges of solo episodes and why it's a great practicing ground
- 45:00 – Daniel was speaking publicly since he was a teenager
- 45:40 – Daniel's take on being on Entrepreneur on Fire
- 48:50 – Daniel's take on the continued growth of podcasting
- 51:00 – Where Daniel sees himself going with his growing business
- 53:45 – The process of whittling down and refining your podcast list
- 59:45 – What has Daniel excited about the podcasting horizon
- Daniel on Twitter: @TheRamenNoodle
- Noddle.mx Network
- D.Joseph Design
- Cliff Ravenscraft
- Ray Kurzweil: The Coming Singularity
- Tech Podcasts Network
- The Audacity to Podcast
- Should you cover the same niche as someone else? – TAP159
- Productivity Tips for Podcasters, with Stever Robbins (@GetItDoneGuy) – TAP048
- Once Podcast
- This Week in Tech
- Jesus Geek
- Net at Night
- You Suck at Web Design
- My Podcast Reviews
- School of Podcasting
- Podcasters’ Roundtable
- The Podcast Answer Man
- The Podcasters Studio
- The New Media Show
- The Feed – Libsyn
- Podcast Talent Coach
- This is Your Life
- Social Media Marketing
- 48 Days to the Work Your Love
- Beyond the To-Do List
- Smart Passive Income
- The Public Speaker
- Get It Done Guy
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Alice Boman returns with a wistful collection of songs on EP II. Hailing from Malmö, Sweden, the singer/songwriter first appeared when she released 2013’s Skisser via Adrian Recordings. Swedish for “sketches,” Skisser was just that – delicate home recordings from her bedroom Boman gracefully unleashed to the world, that were never meant to fall on any other ears but her own.
The track adequately named “Over” is a lo-fi introduction to Boman’s style and her latest release EP II. Much in the vein of Skisser, Boman’s penchant for creating beauty through simplicity is carried across to EP II. “My lyrics are quite simple and maybe don’t give room for a lot of interpretations, so maybe there is not even any need for descriptions,” she muses about the new release, which was recorded in a cabin in the Swedish woods – a fitting backdrop to the ethereal EP. “And anyway, I like it when you let the music and the lyrics speak for themselves.”-Cedar & Soil
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