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#050: Celebrating Our 50th UnPodcast Episode

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On this episode of the UnPodcast, we celebrated, because this was our 50th episode! We talked about the highs and lows of podcasting, our biggest surprises when it comes to podcasting, and how to make podcasting seamless and fun.

We also talked about my experience with traveling with no electronics other than my iPhone 6 Plus, and whether or not I’d do it again.

We wrapped up the show by talking about our experience with a Facebook group that has finally changed our opinion of Facebook groups.

Other topics include:

  • [00:01:01.01] Why everyone needs to watch the video for THIS episode (seriously, don’t miss it!)
  • [00:03:21.24] Scott and Alison’s highs and lows of the 50 podcast episodes
  • [00:05:45.23] Scott would be happy if he did this one thing
  • [00:06:21.23] The biggest surprises of doing the UnPodcast
  • [00:07:13.16] What you have to be wary of when it comes to podcasting (and everything else)
  • [00:08:09.13] What you have to be careful about with content creation in general
  • [00:08:58.21] The thing that makes podcasting more fun
  • [00:11:47.22] How to make podcast production seamless
  • [00:16:40.11] The first time Scott ever did anything ill-advised
  • [00:18:09.14] Scott’s experience with traveling with no electronics other than his iPhone 6 Plus
  • [00:21:50.09] What makes Alison really happy
  • [00:25:40.04] Why Scott got the iPhone 6 Plus and Alison got the iPhone 6
  • [00:26:25.02] What we always bring on business trips
  • [00:27:07.29] Benefits of Facebook groups
  • [00:30:04.13] Why message boards and forums still exist
  • And so much more. . .

    Too busy is an excuse; what you really need to do is manage your time better. [Tweet This]


    Items mentioned in this episode

  • UnPodcast #1: Our UnPodcast Adventure Begins!
  • iPhone 6 Plus
  • TYLT Energi Backpack with Built-in Battery
    Video provided by: AtomicSpark
    Audio recorded by: Wayne Cochrane Sound