Alban Brooke tweeted, Blythe Brumleve interjected, and I was moved to impromptu action. The result? This podcasts’ first bonus episode.

The decentralized podcasting landscape is great for those with wizard-level marketing skills, tons of time, resources, and money, but it’s increasingly less beneficial to indie podcasters who have none of those things but whom have excellent content. At the risk of spoiling it, here’s 25-minutes of unscripted thoughts on all this.

Small correction: The way I worded it makes it sound like Lore started in 2017/2018, this isn’t true. I don’t know when Lore started but I know it was far earlier than that.

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