I Have a Message

#ThisIsMyMessage is the hashtag for the podcast documentary, The Messengers. My podcast, EGO NetCast, will be mentioned in the credits of the film, as I have been one of the backers of the crowdfunding campaign for the making of this movie. I recently purchased The Messengers black t-shirt via TeeChip.

#ThisIsMyMessage t-shirt. As a fellow podcaster, I have backed the podcast documentary, The Messengers.

I am thinking of using this service for the crowdfunding campaign for my first forthcoming book on (black) tea (#teaFTWbook). I have registered an account on Red Bubble, after reading a post on Small Business Trends. I have added John Cox's caricature of Ralph Waldo Emerson and his tea quote:

Some people will tell you there is a great deal of poetry and fine sentiment in a chest of tea.
-  Ralph Waldo Emerson, Letters and Social Aims 

I have been thinking about my struggle with the workflow of this podcast, compared with the "flow" I have together with my co-host, Johan Gustaphzon, on Produktivitéet (productivity + tea = "productivitea" in Swedish). Should I keep on creating content for EGO NetCast? I have come to the conclusion that I will continue with this podcast, because I have a message to deliver:

@EGONetCast's mission is to spread better ideas on new media, business philosophy & the good life (incl. tea). #ThisIsMyMessage #podcaster

This episode of EGO NetCast is produced (read: "marinated" / procrastinated) during the intermediate days between Boxing Day ("Another Day X-mas" in Swedish) and New Year's Day. Please, listen to the episode for more details regarding the show notes, including shout out messages and related links to this holiday show. The next solo episode will cover my three words for 2017, according to Chris Brogan's meme.

 

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Stuff to be tested in 2017:

Untangle my worklife with Trigg Life Mapper and Snapbuds.

EGO Interview with Maria Dolores

This episode (49 minutes) was recorded on October 2, with the Ringr app. I downloaded the recording (audio format: mono mix, sample rate 44 kHz, Flac, 71.2 MB) to my MacBook and then did the post production with Auphonic (112 kbps, mp3, 39.7 MB). Podcasting equipment: iPhone 6S Plus, iRig Mic Cast microphone, and SnapRecorder portable recording booth.

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