Digg it, podcast with Digg’s founders

I'm listening to more podcasts lately. Imagine that! But there's some really awesome stuff out there. First, I'm bummed that I had to miss tonight's Digg 3.0 launch party. I thought I was going to make it, but Maryam wants to look at a house so I had to fly back this morning and she's on her way down to the Valley.

But, if you miss the party you can still get the good info thanks to Mike Arrington and Richard MacManus who interviewed Digg's founders. Well worth listening to. Digg is the hottest community site out there right now (they sent me more traffic than anyone except for the BBC).

Comments

  1. Hey Scoble, Lisa Haneberg from Management Craft here: We’ve nearly met several times. I wish you and Maryam much happiness with your new gigs. I am very interested in learning more about podcasts, too. I have done a few and will be producing more soon. If you are interested in the topics of management and leaderhip, I would love to get your candid feedback on my efforts (I welcome feedback from anyone!). What I have done so far can be found here: http://www.lisahaneberg.com/podcasts-and-webcasts/

    I would be interested in what you think makes a podcast “awesome.”

    Thanks!

  2. Hey Scoble, Lisa Haneberg from Management Craft here: We’ve nearly met several times. I wish you and Maryam much happiness with your new gigs. I am very interested in learning more about podcasts, too. I have done a few and will be producing more soon. If you are interested in the topics of management and leaderhip, I would love to get your candid feedback on my efforts (I welcome feedback from anyone!). What I have done so far can be found here: http://www.lisahaneberg.com/podcasts-and-webcasts/

    I would be interested in what you think makes a podcast “awesome.”

    Thanks!

  3. I’m a podcast addict. Here’s my short list of them you might like: TWiT (weren’t you on this one??), Diggnation, Inside the Net, Ebert & Roeper, KCRW’s To The Point, KQED’s Forum, NPR Economy.

    Actually, I would add that I never even heard of Digg until I happened across the Diggnation podcast a few months ago. I also check out many of the sites Amber features on Inside the Net. So I would say, that for relative minimal cost, the podcasts really help reinforce brands and spread the word about a site, much more effectively than traditional advertising…

  4. I’m a podcast addict. Here’s my short list of them you might like: TWiT (weren’t you on this one??), Diggnation, Inside the Net, Ebert & Roeper, KCRW’s To The Point, KQED’s Forum, NPR Economy.

    Actually, I would add that I never even heard of Digg until I happened across the Diggnation podcast a few months ago. I also check out many of the sites Amber features on Inside the Net. So I would say, that for relative minimal cost, the podcasts really help reinforce brands and spread the word about a site, much more effectively than traditional advertising…

  5. If it was anything like the anniversary party, it was a sleeper- unless you were a Digg addict.

  6. If it was anything like the anniversary party, it was a sleeper- unless you were a Digg addict.