I received my Podcasting package from Cliff Rvenscraft at podcastanswerman.com. Just filmed the unboxing. http twitter.com
Wanted to test out if I get audio into my Kodak Zi8 from my Blue USB Snowball mic by passing it through my MacBook Pro. So I give you a descriptive tour of what I see in front of my. kylewith.com http
Ugh. Having a conversation about reality stinks. I hate thinking about whether it is worth it or not, blogging and podcasting I am mean. I think about all the people who graduate high school and just jump in to lifeless jobs, just doing it to fund there nothingness. It bothers me because I’m actually trying something here. I work a job in the morning that I find rewarding, because I’m good at it and because people appreciate me. Then in the afternoon, I try and peruse my passion for Blogging about Yellowknife and Podcasting. I wholeheartedly believe that it will work in the North and I have some many ideas. This may be the down side, is that I have all the idea and can’t seem to manage my time properly to attempt them all. As you can see I have been slacking off on blogging on YkOnline this week, although I blame that on the fact the holiday season is over and I haven’t gotten back into a routine of doing it.
All of this makes me wonder if it is worth it. I know I haven’t put to much into it yet and I haven’t really done any hard work, but part of me says hold on, is it actually worth the time and effort. Will the result be worthwhile enough to get by.
So thinking about all these things got me to come down to 1 or rather 2 questions. I would love to know what your answers are to them!
- How would you make money from Blogging on a local blog?
- How would you make money from a Podcast?
Hearing others responses to these question my rekindle my passion and get me going away. Reality sucks.
“Never look back, keep moving forward”