A Podcast is Born

Yesterday I created and uploaded Episode 1 of a new podcast, The Kindle Chronicles. I’m very excited about the project, because the Kindle has changed the way I read, and I know that I’m not alone. The weekly podcast, scheduled for release each Friday by noon, will comprise Kindle News, a Tech Tip, the “What’s on Your Kindle?” interview, and a Kindle Quote. Baratunde Thurston hit a homer as the first interview subject for the podcast. I listened to our conversation in the car this morning and was really struck with the power of Baratunde’s ideas about how social media could combine with the Kindle for shared reading experiences. Jeff Bezos, are you listening?

Please join the conversation by subscribing (the iTunes directory listing is under review) and commenting on the podcast. If you are a Kindle reader and are interested in being interviewed, please let me know. If you are Jeff Bezos’s scheduler, don’t delay–there are still some good openings available!

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4 Responses to A Podcast is Born

  1. Steve Ballmer says:

    Very nice blog you people have here!

  2. Rhiannon Chatnoir says:

    Congrats on launching the Kindle Chronicles. It sounded like a great idea when you explained it to me at Podcamp Boston that I think will go over well.

    Joyce Bettencourt

  3. Bryan Person says:


    Congratulations on the launch of your new podcast. I’ve listened to the first two episodes, and I’m now seriously considering buying of a Kindle of my own. Should I wait until October, though?

    Good to see you yesterday at Doyle’s, too!

    –Bryan Person

  4. Linda says:

    I believe we are on the verge of a new day with the Kindle. I like the energy you post in your blog and am excited to have connected with you. I’ll be following your Kindle Chronicles! And….thanks for stopping by. Linda Kick

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