I look at some of the advantages of NPR as a noncommercial public radio broadcaster.
A look at my current favorite geeky (and non-geeky) podcasts for 2019, ranging from NPR shows to podcasts discussing comics and animation.
I take a look at the ten most popular podcast producers in the United States, including the two most popular ones, NPR and iHeartRadio.
I take a look at my favorite geeky podcasts of 2018, from NPR’s “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” to the Black designers podcast “Revision Path.”
ESPN is the latest major media outlet that plans to shut down their site’s comments section; users are told they can use social media instead.
A look at some podcasts focusing on geeky topics, from “Black Girl Nerds” and “Revision Path” to “This Week In Tech” and “WordPress Weekly.”
A look at what podcasts I’ve been listening to lately, from “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” and “Black Girl Nerds” to “This Week in Technology.”
I’ve written a list of multiple ways to follow the election results for cord cutters, or those that don’t want to watch on TV.
NPR’s announced plans to drop comments from its online website. Are comments really worthwhile, or a waste of time and resources?
Cord-cutters who also happen to be into politics (or just following whatever Donald Trump will say or do next) will be happy to know that a cable subscription won’t be necessary to follow the Democrats’ and Republicans’ national conventions next week. Below, I’ve listed a few ways to view streaming coverage of the conventions online.