Finally, some podcasts for me!

Longtime readers of this blog (are there any besides my dad?) will probably know that I've never been fully supportive of the podcasting format. A lot of this had to do with the fact that I didn't understand how much podcasts really differed from talk radio. A lot of it also had to do with the fact that until a few weeks ago, I didn't own an mp3 player. Big Mike Seaton's Client Side podcast (and accompanying blog) are always pretty good. Maybe I've just been sold on the most recent one because it features word-of-mouth hotshot Sean Moffit. He might not be a maven or a blogger extraordinaire, but I still think he's a pretty smart guy with something to say, and I'm sorry that I'll have to miss his Mass to Grass conference. Then again, I might just think he's cool because his other nickname is Agent Wildfire.

And of course, Donna Papacosta has always got something relevant to say on her podcast without jumping on any of the social media bandwagons.

Lastly, if you haven't heard Kasper Hauser, you're not living. Subscribe to them here. Better yet, check out their website and make sure you listen to the two American Life podcasts. They don't have anything to do with today's Social Media/Web 2.0/Marketing/PR clusterfuck, but they're hilarious, so who cares?