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04 April 2005

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Darren

On the Pew survey, cast a closer eye to the methodology, and you'll see that the numbers are highly dubious:

http://www.darrenbarefoot.com/archives/002534.html#more

Neville Hobson

Thanks Darren.

As we now know, it appears that the Pew data on podcasting listener stats is highly suspect:

http://www.nevon.net/nevon/2005/04/questionable_po.html

Robert French

Hey Neville,

Enjoyed the show, as usual. The podcasting discussion is quite interesting. That number does seem high. Made a phone call to the comment line and posted some thoughts about podcasting.

http://www.auburnmedia.com/wordpress/?p=897

The Washington Post had an article about the Pew survey today. Heather Carle posted a quote from the Robert MacMillian story (http://tinyurl.com/5e62k) in the PRSA e-Group for Technology. She writes, "Perhaps the best quote: 'I've said it before, and doubtless I'll say it again. Podcasting, blogging and similar ways of sharing our thoughts with the world are less important than the thoughts that we have to share. Hopefully the hype surrounding podcasting and blogging will evaporate and the ideas they present will take precedence. Technology is cool, but great ideas are cooler.'"

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