I’m intrigued with the upcoming podcast called Analog(ue), hosted by Mike Hurley and Casey Liss. Mike is British, with years of experience podcasting on a wide range of subjects. Casey is a corporate stooge, that happens to be the excellent third wheel on the Accidental Tech Podcast (often called ATP). Casey writes on his blog:
Analog(ue) will be about the touchy-feely parts of our digital world. Or you could say, the space that exists between zero and one. We will be discussing how the digital devices in our lives improve them, but can also make our lives worse.
On episode #96 of CMD+Space, together these friends discussed professional work, writing for blogs, and the ever-changing podcast medium. They make compelling conversation and share open feelings about the influence of technology.
The ingredients of their upcoming show that make it worthwhile:
- The banter between friends
- The exposed idiosyncrasies of Americans and Englishmen
- Their emotionally-charged opinions of technology
Why am I mentioning these things? Because I expect Analog(ue) to be a delightful show to hear from episode one to the very last. If you’re interested in discussion that’s personality-driven from start to finish, and want to track with that show from its genesis, then check it out on Relay.fm or subscribe.
And check out the other shows at Relay, as I have found their hosts to be especially gifted at podcasting.