I’m really excited to introduce a new project I’m working on — Dot Grid!
Like Erasable, it’s a bi-weekly talking-heads formatted podcast. Unlike Erasable, we’re going to be exploring digital tools for creation and productivity as well as analog tools. We might discuss Markdown editors and mobile apps right next to pencils and paper.
I first met Will Fanguy my co-host and founder of the brand-new Nerd Uprising Network in the Erasable Facebook group We quickly realized we both listened to tech podcasts and kept up on digital products as well as pencils, fountain pens, typewriters, and other analog tools.
We’re guessing — hoping, at the very least — that there are others out there like us, too. Dot Grid is founded on that hope.
Our first episode features, appropriately, a whole list of firsts for us: First blogging platform, first favorite writing instrument, first productivity tool, et cetera.
For those of you who might be wondering — Erasable is not going away any time soon. Johnny, Tim and I are going full-steam ahead. Turns out, you can fill a regularly published podcast with pencil-related content.
Listen to the first episode online, or subscribe on iTunes.
One thought on “Introducing Dot Grid Podcast”
Finally a podcast that is about me! I do use tech products (thought not as much as most of my friends and family – I don’t have a smarphone for one thing) and analog tools at the same time and thought I must be one of the very few people who do. I love Erasable and am happy to have another podcast to entertain me through my extremely mind numbingly bad job:)