So … as you know, we’ve been calling our improvement discussions, “podcast style”.
Mostly something I came up with to give the whole thing a familiar format concept for participants. “Hey, it’s just like a podcast!” - so that makes it maybe a bit more un-intimidating and interesting to partake in.
Didn’t really think of this as an actual endmyopia podcast. Those need actual production and show notes and distribution, upload to platforms and … who knows, it’s a whole job and another thing.
But then people keep asking for these “podcasts” to be on various platforms.
And since endmyopia is all about the ongoing experiment of whatever this resource wants to be, I’m up for that as well (though … something like $100 per episode or more to pay for somebody to deal with production - as always, more money). It would need a bit more of a format, though.
Which is where we need the sage insights from our darling group here:
First, how do we frame this whole thing? Is it whatever topics happen? Improvement reports? Should we have a series of questions we ask everybody, so we have a bit of a standard format that you can expect and get various people responding to the same inquiry, for maximum potential clarity on different takes on a subject? What would those questions be?
And then in general, what else would you, especially if you listen to podcasts, be needed to create a bit of a framework to make this sort of work? And semi related, do some of our Youtube videos need to be in that also, mainly just to be on platforms that aren’t Youtube?
Let me know. Keep in mind that this is likely to escalate in cost and be yet another line item in the never ending list of endmyopia expenses - so if we do it, at least let’s make it worth it.