Thank you for listening! It can feel a bit like broadcasting into the void, so it's always nice to hear someone enjoys what we're doing.
I'm not the narrator, but being the main person who runs it it's become clear everyone is going to think I'm the narrator. I'm on the show a lot though, and if you want to hear what I sound like, I like my segment on this episode (I'm the one on the first segment):
It was really cool having Virginia on precisely because I knew we could ask her questions about online communities and all that entails. I've been questioning what I think it means to be a part of a community online lately, so it was a chance to unleash a few questions that had been on my mind for quite some time.
I'm still pretty passively active on Reddit, but it's something I've noticed. There's an aversion to culture, which isn't how it used to be when I would go on forums before I found Reddit. I often wonder how much of that is due to the internet itself changing, but sites like hubski or imzy are an interesting way to look into how you can still create an internet community.
If you're interesting in checking out imzy, let me know. It's still early in development and you need an invite to join. I can get you one if you want to check it out!