Resources: Stuff That We Use To Produce The Podcast and The Blog

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6 thoughts on “Resources: Stuff That We Use To Produce The Podcast and The Blog

  1. Hi guys,

    I really like your podcast and I would suggest that you start using , so that people can donate small amounts of money for your podcast, single episodes or your other stuff.

    I think that flattr can be a big improvement for content providers.

    I would be the first who would donate some bucks for your content.

    Best regards and keep going,

      • Hi Dan,

        no, not at all.

        I simply like the service for three reasons:

        1. It’s easy to configure for different types of content (podcasts, episodes, articles, even tweets via, git accounts maybe even single commits).
        2. It’s a nice and easy feedback mechanism for consumers. A single click means: “I like your content, which you provide for free. Please provide more!”
        3. I, as a consumer, can provide a fixed amount of money (e.g. 3, 5, 10, 100 euros or dollars) so the costs can’t get out of hand.

        I think it is a good way to provide free content but besides that give the consumers the possibility to say thank you and give you a small amount of money.

        Best regards,

    • Jenn- I changed our feed to iTunes so they “should” show up there soon. If not, you can always download them from the here on the site (all episodes are at, such as 001-062). Hope this helps!