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microcast is a podcast that is shorter than typical podcasts, usually under 10 minutes long.
IndieWeb Examples (Alphabetical by full title)
30 and Counting
30 and Counting is a microcast by Eddie Hinkle available at http://30andcounting.me that follows his life, tech thoughts and discussions about writing. It is currently hosted on micro.blog.
(Author's Note was a previous microcast attempt by Eddie Hinkle archived at https://eddiehinkle.com/podcasts/authors-note/)
Chris Aldrich is experimenting (as of 2017-11-25) with a microcast available at http://boffosocko.com/category/microcast/
Jonathan LaCour began a microcast at http://cleverca.st on 2018-04-13. (Using micro.blog's functionality?)
Colin Devroe has a microcast available at http://cdevroe.com/type/audio/
Fragmentum is a microcast by Adam Procter available at http://fragmentum.adamprocter.co.uk/
Henrik Carlson has an untitled microcast which often refers to indieweb technologies.
John Johnston hosts a microcast at http://johnjohnston.info/blog/category/microcast/. He's archived his audio content from the AudioBoom silo (aka audioboos) at http://johnjohnston.info/blog/category/exboo/
Micro Monday is an approximately 5 minute podcast hosted on micro.blog which features various memebers of the micro.blog community. It debuted on 2018-03-12.
Percolator is a microcast by Aaron Parecki available at https://percolator.today
Sonant Thoughts is a microcast by Colin Walker available at https://colinwalker.blog/podcast/
Sync in Progress
Sync in Progress is a microcast by Zak Winnick available at http://www.syncinprogress.net/
This Week in the IndieWeb Audio Edition
This Week in the IndieWeb Audio Edition is a microcast by Marty McGuire available at https://martymcgui.re/podcasts/indieweb/
Timetable is a microcast by Manton Reece available at https://timetable.fm
Examples in the Wild
- EduTalk is a project to gather the voices of educators in 1-8 minute episodes.
Wavelength is an iOS app/service from Manton Reece related to the micro.blog service that allows one to easily create and host microcasts. More details can be found here: http://www.manton.org/2018/04/wavelength-for-micro-blog.html
micro.blog has a microcast discovery page of sorts at https://micro.blog/discover/podcasts