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Episode 5: The 90-Second Commute Podcast

After doing my first 90-ish second episode, naturally had to go back to long on this one. On Episode 5, I spend a bit of time introducing my bully pulpit topic for the rest of 2014 and possibly beyond – web governance and digital leadership.

After talking at #hewebpitt last week with Tonya Oaks Smith, my partner in crime from Higher Ed Solo, doing our first concert conference appearance together, about the topic, there needs to be more voices weighing in on this subject. Whatever web governance models exist, they’re not working for organizations galore. Like many of our topics, we’re flying over the heads of decision makers. Digital deserves a seat at the table.

This episode of the podcast begins this conversation. You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or using any podcast tool you want using this link or searching for it.

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Episode 4: The 90-Second Commute Podcast

On this episode of the podcast, we talk about the topic “There Is No Rulebook.” Basically, life throws all sorts of things at us. Sometimes, we feel like at a certain point or age, that we should know better. Or at least, I did.

This is the first time I’ve clocked in just over 90 seconds, too. You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or using any podcast tool you want using this link or searching for it.

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Episode 3: Creating Connections (Podcast)

Episode 3 of the 90-second commute podcast is about creating connections. Mostly it’s a (very short) treatise on why you should do things even when no one is listening. Following my rambles, the song “Talk” by the band Posse plays. It’s pretty rad and I liked it, so I included it. It feels like Sakert but in English and bearing a Seattle vibe.

You can subscribe to the 90-second commute podcast via iTunes

You can also listen on Soundcloud and download from there if you prefer.

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“The Best Thing I’ve Read Today” newsletter

Dave inspired me, as he has a way of doing. I’d been pondering my own Tinyletter a few weeks ago, but wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with it. In one tweet, he solved that problem.

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You subscribe and get a (sometimes) daily email newsletter from me, with the best thing I’ve read that day. Occasionally, there will be two. But that’s it. I read a lot of stuff, but it’s usually on the far ends of the earth that my friends don’t see. This is a way to put my curation skills to good use.

If it appeals to you, subscribe!