I listened to four podcasts for class, including mine. I don't know if I'm suppose to name the podcasts and who participated in them so I won't. The Podcast I participated, I thought, was very good. It wasn't the best work I've ever done, but I also don't pride myself in being a great public speaker. I thought that I could have spoken more loudly and more clearly. I felt that I rushed my words during certain points of them conversation. We also, as a group, broke Dr. Strange's rule and mentioned a website that wasn't free. it was a well done podcast, possibly could have been longer and better organized.
The other podcast I listened to were very good. One stood out above the rest. I felt that particular group put in the extra effort to personalize their podcast, which gave it a more natural feel. For the most part, everyone in the podcast were very well spoken. Most importantly, the podcast were not boring, and they provided useful information about the subject areas. I also liked that the others, like ours, included proper links to websites.
I'm not a big fan of critiquing people on this sort of thing, simply because I think everyone puts their own flavor or twist on a topic. I liked the podcasts I listened to because they were unique, and every group brought something different to the table. I think it was a great way for us to get our "podcasting feet wet", even though it was broadcast to the entire world. If your new to my blog and just passing through visiting feel free to listen to the podcasts by CLICKING HERE.