In the second part of our discussion with Manton Reece and Jean MacDonald of Micro.blog and Jonathan Hays of Sunlit, their ability to make creating a podcast presence simple, how hosting works, and why they see it as a place to exercise your audio creativity as part of the Micro.blog. Manton and Jonathan discuss how the service handles your photos when they are uploaded, why it is perfect for sharing, and why it shouldn’t be considered a backup or archive. (Part 2 of 2)
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Jean MacDonald is the Community Director of Micro.blog, and the Founder and former Executive Director of App Camp For Girls, a program to encourage more girls to pursue software development. She is also a serial podcaster who produces SestraCast, a podcast about the Canadian sci-fi thriller Orphan Black, The Weekly Review with James Dempsey, Micro Monday, and Guinea Pig Wheekly. A would-be rock ‘n roll star, you can follow all of Jean’s exploits on her Twitter stream and her Micro.blog presence.
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