Re: [podcasters] George, Paul, Matthew, Steve, Daniel - You guys are great - thanks alot
- On 3/27/07, David Smith <dbsmith@...> wrote:
> Two big reasons. First, if you don't start, then you don't start.
> Second, if you don't start, you don't spend an extended period screwing up
> repeatedly, and you never learn anything, and then you never -get- the
> skills. And, btw, podcasting is about content, not about technical
> perfection. If you get your content together -- and that takes practice,
> too -- people will accept (a certain amount of) technical imperfection.
You will need to get as good as you can technically to sustain an
> audience. But you don't need to be perfect to start, and starting outCouldn't of said it better myself.
> perfect may even be a disadvantage; your audience grows with you, and
> enjoys your growing process, as long as you don't get attached to some of
> the annoying habits you ought to grow out of. They want to be part of
> something new and developing. They get to say, "Yeah, I used to listen
> back when he didn't know what he was doing and used to..." and so on.
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