This is the final post in the podcasting trilogy here on Ginger Jumble.
Go to part 1 to find out why podcasts are so great in the first place,
In Part 2 I discuss 10 great podcasts to start your podcast journey,
And to find a comprehensive review of one of the best ways to munch up those podcasts keep reading on.
The final amazing thing about podcasts which I’ve just had to keep for part 3 of this podcasting trilogy is that podcasts are free! That’s right. And I don’t mean free as in you don’t have to pay for them (even though they are) I mean the podcasting megasphere isn’t held down in grey shackles by any corporation or business. The mechanism of which they’re uploaded to the internet means anyone can make there own little app or website to browse and find podcasts, with no corporation *Cough* YouTube *Cough* overbearing on our lovely hosts.
Overcast functions as a ‘podcatcher’, which it collects all the podcasts and puts it inside the sweet little app, so it makes finding, browsing and listening to podcasts a lot more enjoyable. Continue reading Overcast (A Podcast Player) – Review
Last week I hopefully convinced you (if you weren’t already) why podcasts are so great, and I am 42% certain that the next thought in your head was: “Ok, now what podcasts should I listen to?” Which is why I’ve compiled a list of my 10 favourite podcasts as of right now, which can be your escorts into finding more podcasts yourself.
Two Dudes Talking
I may have passingly mentioned the Two Dudes Talking genre, which is just two people gathering over their mic’s, and talking like they’re best friends (which they usually are) and like they’re sitting on opposite sides of the table (which they usually aren’t). My favourite in this genre is the well-known podcast called:
Continue reading 10 Great Podcasts to start your podcast journey
I’m willing to take a bet that right now you are missing out on perhaps the greatest, most versatile form of entertainment out there. I think you’re missing out on perhaps mixing one of your favourite aspects of life into all the mundane necessities. But no more, because in this post, I’m going to pitch the one true form of entertainment to those who have gone there lives missing out. You’re gonna find out the meaning behind the magnificent word, podcast.
Continue reading Podcasts – What are they anyway?
FutureMe – Review
Who is the person you have communicated with most over the course of your life? Is it your mum maybe? Your significant other? Your dog?
Those may all do well for second place, but the first place is the same for every human on Earth. It’s you. Considering the endless babble that streams through your head, there is only one answer.
In a world of seven billion, no problems are truly unique, but that doesn’t stop them from feeling like they are. The rational brain can say the facts all it wants, but the irrational part will only listen once it’s finished wallowing in despair. Continue reading How to start talking to the person who knows you best (FutureMe – Review)
How often does this happen to you? :
You: Come on brain, it’s time to work.
*closes youtube, insta, snap, reddit, netflix, kissanime, twitch, steam, bored.com, friv, ect. tabs*
*5 minutes later*
Brain: We’ve been working so hard, just a quick peek?
You: No! (You say, as your fingers are already typing in youtube’s URL)
Continue reading Cold Turkey Blocker – Review
Hello, how ya liking Ginger Jumble? The first program I just have to talk about is a nifty little website called Habitica I’ve been using every day for quite a while. It’s a hybrid of the two things everyone loves and wants to do. Gaming, and sticking to their goals.
Continue reading Habitica – Review