As I continue to think about, plan, and work on season 11 of what will be, in many ways, a new and different podcast, there are days like today, when I feel frustrated. There are a lot of things I want to, or am already trying to do. I want to get my YouTube channel rolling, and I feel like I’ve made only the barest start on that. I want to get the older episodes of the show on the channel, and I want to have a video of the staff at the end of each one. (Fortunately I have plenty to work with there.) But I still need a lot of practice putting those videos together.
Then there’s the question of audio quality on the old episodes, especially the first couple of seasons. I have the capability to clean up the audio and replace the old editions of the show with better ones in terms of sound quality, but that’s a time-consuming process as well.
Then there’s music, and sound effects. I want to get both of those into the show, as well.
I’m not complaining though—just letting off a little steam, I suppose. As the director of the homeless shelter I worked at back in the teens used to say, “How do you eat an elephant?”
The answer, of course, is one bite at a time.