Illustrated Podcasting

2 Sep

My podcasting workshop last night wasn’t quite all that it was advertised to be, but I definitely learned a lot and feel pretty prepared to tackle the task. I was hoping to leave the class with a finished and distributed episode (per the course description). I like classes and workshops that promise such. It wasn’t to be, but for the $17.50 fee, plus the bonus of catching up with my friend, fellow librarian, blogger, beer connoisseur, and baseball lover, Dan, before, it was more than worth it. I sketched my notes, per usual, and share them here. And soon, catch the podcast I’m going to create!

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For those keeping track of my office supplies, these sketchnotes are drawn in a FieldNotes brand ruled memo book, carried in my “never go anywhere without it” handmade “Everyday Carry” cover, with a refillable Pentel EngerGel pen that I’ve managed to hang on to for several years now. I hope that I never lose it, as both Rosanne Cash and Amy Dickinson have used it to pen a few words to me. It’s a treasure.

5 Responses to “Illustrated Podcasting”

  1. Claudia September 2, 2015 at 12:08 pm #

    You are absolutely too cool!

    • salgore September 2, 2015 at 12:09 pm #

      Thank you, Claudia.

  2. librarygrrrl September 2, 2015 at 10:15 pm #

    Local to the area and wondering where this workshop was held…

  3. librarygrrrl September 2, 2015 at 10:16 pm #

    I’m local to the area and wondering where this workshop was held. It sounds like a thing I could be interested in doing.

    • salgore September 3, 2015 at 9:26 am #

      It’s a group called General Assembly. They’re Boston site is on Melcher Street in the South End. They offer many tech-related courses and workshops. Check ’em out.

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