Dec 162013
 

I’m sitting here minding my own business, actually trying to do some work, and my friend Brent Wong (@EpicBdub) asks me about what podcasts I listen to. He also asked how to get more Twitter followers, and I don’t have a good answer, other than to ask you to consider following him: use Follow @EpicBdub.

podcastsRather than just sending him my podcast subscription list (powered by Pocket Casts running on Android) alone, why not share the wealth? So I’ll go ahead and share it with the whole world here on my blog: DJ Chuang’s export.opml (12/16/13).

I’ll get around to putting in the names of the podcasts later; scroll below for the raw output of the OPML converted into HTML. (Sure would save me a ton of time if there was a better OMPL to HTML converter out there; help?!) [did find this OptimalBrowser.com widget to make the list browse-able]

Podcasts on DJ Chuang’s subscription list

  1. [RSS] Crossroads, GetReligion Podcast
  2. [RSS] Marketing Smarts from MarketingProfs
  3. [RSS] NPR Topics: Religion Podcast
  4. [RSS] NPR Topics: Technology Podcast
  5. [RSS] Podcast Answer Man – Cliff J. Ravenscraft
  6. [RSS] Six Pixels of Separation – Marketing and Communications Insights – By Mitch Joel
  7. [RSS] Social Media Marketing Podcast
  8. [RSS] The Moth Podcast
  9. [RSS] The Well: Spoutcast
  10. [RSS] This American Life
  11. [RSS] Timothy Keller Podcast
  12. [RSS] Triangulation
  13. [RSS] On Being
  14. [RSS] TED Talks
  15. [RSS] Charles Lee
  16. [RSS] Social Pros Podcast: Real People Doing Real Work in Social Media
  17. [RSS] Social Media Church podcast
  18. [RSS] How Sound
  19. [RSS] lemUSITA
  20. [RSS] Radiolab from WNYC
  21. [RSS] Manager Tools
  22. [RSS] The Human Business Way
  23. [RSS] The Web Ahead
  24. [RSS] The Leonard Lopate Show from WNYC
  25. [RSS] Evernote Blog » Podcast
  26. [RSS] The Religious Studies Project
  27. [RSS] Recovered Podcast – The Unofficial Alcoholics Anonymous AA Recovery Podcast
  28. [RSS] Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast
  29. [RSS] The Ken Coleman Show
  30. [RSS] NPR: TED Radio Hour Podcast
  31. [RSS] #THINKDIGITAL: Social Media Marketing
  32. [RSS] The Techology Show
  33. [RSS] NPR: Ask Me Another Podcast
  34. [RSS] TED Talks- Society and Culture
  35. [RSS] The Public Speaker’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Improving Your Communication Skills
  36. [RSS] Lexikrat – SAT Words Audio Podcast
  37. [RSS] Webcology
  38. [RSS] DomainSherpa.com
  39. [RSS] Homebrewed Christianity CultureCast
  40. [RSS] In the Loop with Andy Andrews
  41. [RSS] The Splendid Table
  42. [RSS] KCRW’s Good Food
  43. [RSS] On Pop Theology Podcast
  44. [RSS] News in Slow Spanish Podcast
  45. [RSS] Internet Toolbox for Churches
  46. [RSS] What Did They Say Now?
  47. [RSS] Church Tech Weekly
  48. [RSS] ChurchMag Podcast
  49. [RSS] Freakonomics Radio
  50. [RSS] New Yorker: Out Loud
  51. [RSS] The Gospel Coalition
  52. [RSS] Theology Unplugged
  53. [RSS] 5 Minutes in Church History
  54. [RSS] KEXP Presents Music That Matters
  55. [RSS] Rainer on Leadership
  56. [RSS] Jesus Christ Show
  57. [RSS] unSeminary
  58. [RSS] EvFree Fullerton Sermon Podcast
  59. [RSS] The Dinner Party Download
  60. [RSS] Saddleback Church Weekend Messages
  61. [RSS] The Accidental Creative
  62. [RSS] NPR Columns: Sunday Puzzle Podcast
  63. [RSS] On The Page: Screenwriting
  64. [RSS] iMandarinPod.com
  65. [RSS] Soulation
  66. [RSS] The Phil Vischer Podcast
  67. [RSS] Housholder’s Life & Liberty
  68. [RSS] Dan Pink’s Office Hours
  69. [RSS] The Exchange with Ed Stetzer
  70. [RSS] Church Planter Podcast
  71. [RSS] Sexy Marriage Radio
  72. [RSS] Real Truth Real Quick
  73. [RSS] Reformed Pubcast
  74. [RSS] Being Bipolar
  75. [RSS] Tech News Today
  76. [RSS] Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
  77. [RSS] Frequency.FM
  78. [RSS] The Weekly Firecast with Scott Roberts
  79. [RSS] Pathway Community Church Messages
  80. [RSS] NPR Topics: Food Podcast
  81. [RSS] The Event Tech Podcast
  82. [RSS] Reformed Forum » Christ the Center
  83. [RSS] ReformedCast
  84. [RSS] Sermonsmith
  85. [RSS] NPR Programs: Fresh Air Podcast
  86. [RSS] The God Journey
  87. [RSS] The Hitched Podcast: Perfecting Your Marriage
Aug 312013
 

Too often I’m finding podcasts that only have an iTunes feed, and neglecting the significant numbers of people using Android and non-iOS devices and/or don’t have iTunes installed on the desktop (and don’t want to).

podcastsHey podcasters, please post both the iTunes feed and the RSS feed for all your listeners; maximize your listening audience size and increase it by 24.9%!

Yet all is not lost! Underneath every iTunes podcast feed link is embedded a simple RSS feed! There are 3 ways to get at that:

itunes.so-nik.com : iTunes Podcast URL Extractor

feedflipper.net Feed FlipperFree iTunes Podcast to RSS Converter

And, here’s a bookmarklet you can copy-and-paste into your browser’s bookmarks toolbar, courtesy of djm – Bookmarklet: Convert iTunes Store Podcast URL into actual feed URL ::

By the numbers. Around the world, smartphone sales are heavily skewed to Android over iOS–sales in Q4 2012 were 70.1% Android vs. 21% iOS; on the flip side, mobile browser usage statistics: 60.1% iOS vs. 24.9% Android (NetMarketShare March 2013).

cf. how to convert itunes podcast link to rss feed; FeedFlipper was also suggested in this MetaFilter thread Need help subscribing to podcast in Android

p.p.s. If you want to do it the long way, here’s instructions from Dave Taylor: How do I figure out my iTunes Podcast URL?

[update] via Michael Sitarzewski’s How to get the original RSS feed for a podcast in iTunes – Download itunesFeedExtractor PHP Script: itunesFeedExtractor

Jan 092012
 

Recently I’ve been looking for podcasts to subscribe to for my commute time. I’m most interested in the intersection of social and spiritual things, aka people & relationships, which isn’t as popular as topics like technology or cooking or celebrity gossip.

In the Christian podcasting world, most podcasts are sermons or teachings or devotionals or church tech; that’s okay for the masses. I’m looking to check the “other” box, not so much what books tag as “Christian life”; just Christians (and Christian-friendly people) talking about a faith-informed life.

Here’s a list of active podcasts I’ve found so far — if you know others, please do let me know:

Aside: the term “podcast” has been co-opted for audio files posted on a website. Podcasts I’m listing here are those that can be subscribed via iTunes or a podcatcher app (cf. Google Listen or Podkicker on Android), and are recorded & produced only for the podcast show, not recordings from other broadcast media. This list isn’t for dormant podcasts (cf. The Nick & Josh Podcast, Wired Parish), only those that are actively updated, like weekly.

Mar 182011
 

Adding to the discussion about leadership development, DJ Chuang Ed Choyin this episode of the Multi-Asian Church Podcast Series, Ed Choy and I talk about owning the vision of an multi-Asian/multi-ethnic churches.
Episode #6: Owning the Vision
(18:44; mp3 download link 8.9mb)

Show notes:

And here’s the video that Ed Choy mentioned of Alan Hirsch talking about the dangers of a risk-averse culture:

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Mar 112011
 

For those of you keeping score at home, this is episode number 5. DJ Chuang Ed Choy In this episode of the Multi-Asian Church Podcast Series, Ed Choy and I talk about developing Asian American leaders in the context of an multi-Asian/multi-ethnic churches. You’ll need to listen more carefully, since the background noise at this episode’s Starbucks (in Dallas) was louder than last week’s Starbucks location (in Newport Beach).
Episode #5: Leadership Development
(24:45; mp3 download link 11.3mb)

Show notes:

Go ahead. You are invited to chime in and add a comment below.

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Mar 032011
 

The conversation continues. Ed Choy DJ ChuangIn episode 4 of the Multi-Asian Church Podcast Series, Ed Choy and I discuss leadership, and how can church leaders better develop and connect with Asian American leaders.

Episode #4: Leadership
(22:27; mp3 download link 10.8mb)

Show notes:

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Feb 252011
 

Yes there’s more to be said about the importance of vision. DJ Chuang Ed Choy In episode 3 of the Multi-Asian Church Podcast Series, Ed Choy and I dig deeper into how to communicate compelling vision in multi-Asian/multi-ethnic churches. While the gifts of a strong communicator is valuable, it isn’t the magic bullet in getting vision to stick. We discuss several other factors in developing vision, developing leaders, and developing the church. And I even mention a couple of specific examples, venturing into dangerous territory there because that can open up more room for misunderstanding, as if we haven’t done that already.

Episode #3: Vision Revisited
(18:03; mp3 download link 8.7mb)

Show notes:

We are eager to hear your feedback! Please chime in and add a comment or question or reaction.

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Feb 182011
 

Continuing the conversation with Ed Choy Ed Choy DJ Chuang about multi-Asian/multi-ethnic churches. (For the record, Ed is 1/4 Chinese.) The topic is on communicating vision. Of course vision is important. Without vision people perish. But how does vision play into developing Asian American leaders for a multi-Asian/multi-ethnic church? How does vision need to be communicated? It did take us a while for the conversation to warm up on this podcast — skip right to 9:44 if you want to get right to the meat, er, heat.

Episode #2: Communicating Vision
(17:18; mp3 download link 13.3mb)

Show notes:

Jump in on the conversation and add a comment! We’d love to discuss your topics in a future episode.

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