Listeners are invited to make suggestions on Open Source’s blog, where they are openly posted along with ideas from the program’s five producers. When the comment flow starts and suggestions are made — including recommendations for guests — the audience can watch the program come together, sometimes over the course of a week, other times in an afternoon.
I would love to do tech radio. I’ve been tempted to jabber away for 30 minutes every week or so then publish it as a podcast. I sound even stupider in person — trust me.