非线性的播客

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I have trouble understanding when people actually listen to podcastsI don’t mean the funny and musical ones, you could listen to those while doing the dishes, but I mean the deep technical talks or interviewsThe ones you actually need to pay attention to, to understand and learnI am not good at multitasking while listening intently and I don’t ride the bus or get stuck in traffic.

Ironically I started thinking about this while listening to a podcast of anACM Queue interview with me迈克面具系列采访QueueCastswhich premiered this January with the interview with me and also one withRob Gingel of CassattThis was already the second podcast interview I had done in a short term,the earlier oneHalley Suitt(现在的首席执行官十大来源) inIT Conversations/Memory LaneWhen listening to my own interviews I continuously want to hit the fast-forward button, but of course that could be because I am rather boring.

I believe my main problem with the format is you are supposed to use it linearlyI love to read articles, papers, books, etc., but I am often a non-linear readerI will scan back and forth for interesting piecesThe fact that you cannot build a hierarchical model of a podcast for selective drill down is pretty annoying to meMaybe I am suffering from an adult form of ADD, but the few times that I have tried to listen to podcast interviews, I find myself wishing that they had written it down instead of putting it in audio也许等服务Casting Words要帮助,他们使用吗土耳其机器人for transcribing podcasts (see Jeff Barr’sexample transcript),但它会高兴见到更多的结构。

这不是我想要的一切都写下来。Jon Udellis starting a new screencast series,The Screening Room, where he reviews new software, and there would be only limited value in a written versionI do find myself flipping forward to the next screen occasionally, so I believe more structure would be absolutely helpful.

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