We Couldn’t Even Find Our Kitchen

We’re so excited to share about two bran new events happening in October. If you’d like to learn various ways to discover, subscribe to, and listen to podcasts on a variety of platforms and through multiple methods, we’re offering a four-week event packed with demos and helpful info. Are you frustrated trying to manually put a podcast feed on your specialized player? Are you wondering what a feed even is? Do you want to know what exactly to say to your voice assistant to bring up a podcast? Curious about players for Android? We’ll cover these subjects and so much more, plus have a full week for questions at the end of the event. Read all the details and register here for only $34.

If your dream is to create your own podcast, we have a six-week event coming up on that topic beginning in mid October. From planning your podcast, to discovering how to host it, to marketing it and inviting guests to interview, you’ll learn all that and more. Plus there’s a full week at the end dedicated to your questions. Between us we have decades of experience hosting successful podcasts, and we’re thrilled to share with you. Activate this link to learn more and register your seat for $69.

Thinking you may wish to join both events? You’ll save $10 if you register for both at the same time, or if you buy the listening to podcasts event and then return to purchase the podcast creation event.

One cool thing about these events is that both have associated mailing lists, so we can begin getting to know each other prior to the event start date, and you can really customize the structure and topics covered. In other words, you can really make these events your own.

Our main topic this time is the importance of knowing your local surroundings. When Kim moved to Buffalo, she began exploring the area online, and found a delicious meal delivery service, Eat Rite Foods, that we discuss briefly. But primarily, we talk about why it’s so important to know your area, especially when traveling. This is even important when using a GPS app such as BlindSquare. We share some stories about helpful features found in GPS apps, and also when they aren’t really so helpful. We hope you enjoy this interesting discussion.

As always, thanks for listening!

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