Is it a sign that podcasting is going mainstream when, on the way to work, I pass a stand with paper flyers advertising a course in “Podcasting for Writers” ? Here’s how the copy starts: “Create your own podcast and add an audio dimension to your blog, enhance your Web site, or have a forum to talk about your favorite topics.”
Well, this is the San Francisco Bay Area, I suppose.
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