So, a few weeks back, I asked the following question on the Twitter.
Some days, when I forget about everything else on my tasklist, I think I should start a podcast on “Stuff Early Christians Read (and Wrote)”. Focus on a writing or a person, with hopefully a guest. Should I?
— Rick Brannan (@RickBrannan) February 19, 2018
I kept the poll open for a week.
That’s pretty strong response.
I’m still not totally convinced, though. Heck, I can hardly find the time to write stuff on this site, let alone produce a podcast.
Also, I’d need to do it super cheap. Like, no monetary cost. Zip. Zero. Zilch.
I’m concerned about storage and video is big, but I guess that’s what YouTube / Vimeo / et. al. are for. Or go audio only, though there’s still a storage question (soundcloud)?
Basically, I want to prepare (outline main points), record in one take (warts and all) on my phone, and then publish. Probably solo, at least for a bit. Low tech pirate radio stuff. 10-15 minutes, nothing long and arduous.
Is this possible? Am I crazy for even thinking it? I mean, I already have a basic outline and plan in my head for, say, the first 10–15 episodes. Anybody out there pull off something similar?