Happy Second Friday of December!
I had a small medical emergency right after Thanksgiving, so the Monthly Magpie couldn’t go out. Here we are, catching up on the life and times.
First off, because of life happening, there will be no time to fully round out the Release Day Reviews Revisited. No worries though, I’ll be doing some round-ups at the end of the month. 2023 Revisited will come straight to your email!
I also wanted to mention that I’m starting to work on an addition to my reviews I’m roughly calling “The Bigger Picture”. The regular reviews will still be happening in the same style. When there’s an extra thing to consider about a podcast or topic, I’ll be adding some thoughts. Please let me know your thoughts on the first one in my review of Build A Prince here.
As usual, I’m always looking to know what people want to see. I love writing these reviews, and I want to make sure people are getting something out of them. Let me know if there’s something you want to see, or don’t want to see.
A CRISPR Bite
A podcast exploring the science of using the gene-editing tool CRISPR to edit the genetics of the food we eat.
Pale Blue Pod
The astronomy podcast for the existentially minded, if you have space anxiety but can't look away - this podcast is for you!
The Vanishing Point
A hauntingly important podcast exploring the Missing and Murdered Indigenous people in Northern California.
Podcasts on Vinyl, what would I choose?
What in the Podcast?
Thoughts that were stirred by Tom Webster's article "Making the Case for Podcasting"
It's cold outside, listen to some podcasts that will warm you up!
Build In Public Stats:
Website Views: 1.3k
Open Rate for November: 60%
Thank You for Being Here
I'll talk about this more at the end of the month, but I'm impressed with the way Magpie has been going for this being first and foremost a serious hobby. I love podcasts and I want to share them with the world. So, thanks for being a part of this little corner of the internet. If you think you know someone who would like my monthly newsletter, let them know! Word of mouth is the most important.
That's it for now!- Keelin