Episode 10: The Making of the Podcast… Podcast

 

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On Episode 10 of the One-Off Technology Podcast…

The Making of the Podcast… Podcast aka Look Ma, I’m on a Podcast.

In this episode we talk about how we lovingly bake each podcast in our EZ Bake oven.

Each episode is created by reaching a Skype call using Call Recorder for Skype and with the Blue Yeti Microphone.

Garageband

Then it is GarageBand‘ed together with our theme song and the intro, the outro, and our closing theme music. Then it is imported into Audacity where it is converted from Stereo to Mono.

Blue Yeti Microphone

Then it is uploaded to Amazon S3 cloud storage and the link is posted on the blog faithandtech.com using the WordPress plugin Bluburry PowerPress. Once it is published this updates our RSS feed. Eventually Apple iTunes and Google Play and Stitcher will figure out there is an update and will update the listings so you can see our podcast and listen to the latest or the oldest or whatever.

I use Canva to make the graphics for the site. Here is how we look in iTunes

The podcast on iTunes

Episode 2: Anonymous Browsing Ain’t so Anonymous

Anonymous Browsing Ain't so Anonymous

On Episode 2 of the One-Off Technology Podcast:

Title: Anonymous Browsing Ain’t so Anonymous is it

First up this is a re-recording of Episode 2 of the original podcast. Due to a technical issue, when we recorded Episode 2, my voice was in chipmunk mode. I was working to “brighten” my voice and the whole episode wound up with Chuck’s voice fine but mine in Chipmunk mode. So… we created a new episode 2 on the same topic, Anonymous Browsing.

Did you know you aren’t anonymous when you are browsing in private or incognito mode with your browser? It’s true. So many things are collecting information about you while you browse the web and your ISP is logging all of it. In some countries, ISPs are required to keep these logs in case the officials or police want to see them at a later date. In the UK, this time period is six months. In the US, the laws are inconsistent, so who knows exactly what ISPs are doing.

Have you thought about your privacy on Facebook? We talk about ways to stop others from knowing you exactly and what can happen if they do know too much about you. And we talk about plugins that help protect your privacy and protect your browser.

And of course, while recording a technical glitch happens that convinces us a ghost must be in the machine.