The fourth in a series on podcasting. A whole crowd of passionate people, anxious to bring improvement to their daily life and practice, are crowded into a room filled to capacity, anticipating their next moves. Sounds … Continue reading What yoga taught me about podcasting.
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“Thats a really good question” and other silly things guests say during podcasts.
This is the first of several blogs on making better podcasts. Today: how to be a great guest. The other day I was interviewing a young woman who wanted to work on a podcast project with us. About half of her answers began with the all-too-frequent comment, “that’s a really good question.” I wanted to … Continue reading “Thats a really good question” and other silly things guests say during podcasts.
PR Nightmare for Apple and Home Depot: Fancy Footwork Needed After Hacking Attacks
(Photo Credit: Michael Nagle/Getty Images) From my MorningMoneyMemo at abcnews.com Don’t blame us. That’s what Apple is saying in a very carefully worded statement about the hacking of nude photos of celebrities. “None of the cases we have investigated has resulted from any breach in any of Apple’s systems including iCloud or Find my … Continue reading PR Nightmare for Apple and Home Depot: Fancy Footwork Needed After Hacking Attacks