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Issue 13 | March 12, 2023

This newsletter contains dispatches from the Podcasting Community on Discord


Hi, there! Greetings from Austin, TX. I'm here for some podcast-related events surrounding SXSW. Are you in town? I'd love to get together.

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-- Arielle Nissenblatt (moderator and Podcasting Discord founder)

Top Stories from Discord

Thank you to everyone who shared stories, recommendations, links, and resources with us throughout the week. 

Member News

The following news stories have been shared throughout the week with us in the #📢 | self-promo channel on Discord. To be included, make sure you're sharing with us!

From evanlian_: "we reviewed season 2 of Amazon Prime's The Legend of Vox Machina." Listen.

Carolyn writes, "how do you get an education when you cannot speak, and the school system cannot understand your abilities or support your needs? She interviews Ben Breaux, a nonspeaking autistic writer, on the latest episode of Beyond 6 Seconds.

James Bilsbrough is joined by Chris Adams from Climate Action and The Green Web Foundation to discuss how technology impacts the environment, and how we can evaluate our own usage of tech to make a positive impact.

K.O. Myers writes, "I'm back on my newsletter, writing about the "oh god, is that what my voice sounds like?" blues, and why we need as many voices as we can in the mix." Read it.

Michele writes, "If you can't decide between two career paths, try exploring both. Krithika Chandramouli found biomedical engineering to be a sweet spot between health sciences and technology and was able to explore both pursuits before she found her way to software engineering." Listen.

From Eric: The latest episode of The Show About Science is out! Nate started hosting the show when he was 5. He’s turning 13 next month. Listen.

    Podcast of the Week

    Each week, Keelin selects one podcast from the links submitted in #self-promo.

    This week, Popcorn for Dinner, submitted by Max Monday.

    Popcorn For Dinner, narrated by Ciara Bravo, is a first-of-its-kind audio sitcom that follows four friends in their early 20s as they try to make it on their own, despite the fact that none of them know what that looks like...at all.


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