About a decade ago, I used to make fun of podcasts. I didn’t really understand their purpose nor completely understood how to listen to them. I thought you had to be tied to your computer staring at a blank screen; I hadn’t realized you could download them to your iPod or phone and listen to them while doing something else, like exercising or commuting, which is what I eventually ended up doing. Ten years after my smug dismissal of them as a serious entertainment/communication medium, podcasts have taken over the world. Everyone now either has a podcast or personally knows someone who does. (I know at least five people who do.) A few weeks ago, the popular ‘80s-themed radio show and podcast Back to the ‘80s asked to interview me about Danger Peak and my time in the 1980s, and as they say, “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.” The show will air Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (February 24th through 26th) on the Internet radio station KHits 92.5 at 4 p.m. PST/7 p.m. EST.
Here is the link to the radio station:
And here is the link to the podcast:
You can listen to the show live starting tomorrow at 4 p.m. PST/7 p.m. EST at the first link and/or download the show from wherever you get your podcasts at the second link when it becomes available.
Update: Here’s a direct link to the podcast episode with my interview:
P.S.: Next week’s blog: A Surprise Announcement
P.P.S.: Danger Peak is now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble: