The podcasting category lists topics related to podcasting, but it doesn't strictly include podcasts here. Podcasting could include posts about podcasting, such as good podcasts to listen to or thoughts on trends in podcasting. My podcasts category, in contrast, actually factors into the XML feed for my podcast, so it has the right tags for enclosures and MP3 files and such.
The following content is in the podcasting category:
Podcast: The evolution of podcasting, with Ed Marsh | Dec 3, 2023
Switching from Skype to Zoom for podcasting tools | Mar 23, 2021
API The Docs Virtual Series 2020 -- Upcoming presentations and thoughts on the virtual format | Apr 14, 2020
Tech comm podcasts are growing -- here's a list | Mar 24, 2020
The Manuscript Podcast, with Breno Barreto -- Episode 2, How technical should a tech writer be? | Mar 8, 2020
Tech comm podcasts roundup and survey | Sep 15, 2018
The Untold Story of Techwriter.pl: A Polish website about technical communication for technical writers, trainers, and translators | Oct 31, 2017
Write the Docs Podcast app now on Fire TV, and the importance of testing your docs with sample apps | Apr 9, 2017
Jing Screencast: Getting Up and Running with Jing | Feb 12, 2008
Advertise on the Podcast | May 3, 2007
Recommended Podcast: Alistair Christie's IT Author Podcast | Oct 23, 2006
Podcasting FAQs | Oct 9, 2006
Tech Writer Voices Podcast | Oct 9, 2006
About Tom Johnson
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