A few weeks ago, I wrote about the wonder that is the Paperclipping Roundtable. Coincidentally, in that week’s episode, they had announced that Steph from The Daily Digi would be heading up a new podcast, Paperclipping Digi Show. I recently sat down and got caught up on the two episodes that have been released already, and I can tell you two episodes in, I am hooked.
The show is almost identical in set up to Paperclipping Roundtable. A panel of guests discuss current topics in digital scrapbooking, and share their ideas and inspirations. You can get the show two different ways. You can go to the Paperclipping website and click on digi and it will give you the post with the latest episode. You can also subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, which is what I did. This way, I am sure to not miss an episode, as they download for me automatically. I can also take it with me and listen to it anywhere.
The shows all have interesting topics, but what I find even more interesting is the amount of conversation the episodes generate from the public. There are a couple options that allow the listeners to respond to the episode or discuss the topics in the episode. On the Paperclipping website, you can leave comments directly on the episode’s post. In fact, if you have ideas for upcoming shows, you can leave the ideas there too! Also, if you want discuss the episode on Twitter, you can use #pds along with the episode number (so for the first episode it would be #pds1). By doing this, you can search for the hashtag and see everything everyone has to say about the episode.
When I blogged about Paperclipping Roundtable, I gave high praises to the podcast, noting how it is great to be able to hear people TALK about scrapbooking. I can say that Paperclipping Digi Show is much the same. If you aren’t checking it out, you definitely should be. Plus, make sure to go over to the site and leave your comments and ideas for show topics and guests!
You can check it out:
- At the Paperclipping site
- You can subscribe in iTunes, and if you need to see how to do that, check the video linked on the site
Are you listening to PDS? What are your thoughts? Who do you want to “see” on it? What do you want them to cover? I would love to hear your ideas!