I’m not really the kind of person who likes to set New Year’s resolutions. However, as 2018 drew to a close, I began to think about things I would like to do more of in 2019. Two things came to mind. I wanted to write more, and I wanted to do more podcasting. The way I have begin to address these goals is something I wanted to talk about in this blog post.
Today, I am officially launching a new podcast called Unpacking iOS. It’s a show that is dedicated to helping people use their iPhones and iPads more effectively. iOS is a fantastic platform for all kinds of tasks, but there is an increasing number of features in each update, and many are just not as discoverable as you might think. The goal of this podcast is to help remedy that.
Each episode will focus on one aspect of iOS and will be accompanied by an article that I will publish on Hubpages. I thought about including those articles here too, but ultimately I decided that I wanted more of a separation between my technology posts and my edtech posts, and seeing as I am already writing on Hubpages, I felt like that was a good option because it would save me the effort of setting up a separate website.
The podcast and the Hubpages article will be released concurrently, and each will complement the other. The article will be linked in the show notes of each episode, and will serve as a reference for anyone that wants to go back and experiment with the things they learn about on the podcast.
If you are interested in checking out the show, I would love to hear what you think. I’ve only recorded a couple of episodes so far, but I have plans to release more on a regular basis and would welcome ideas, feedback, or suggestions for future shows.
You can listen to Unpacking iOS on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn, or in podcasts apps like Overcast and Pocket Casts. You can also listen on the web and see all the links and show notes at unpackingios.com.