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Joel published on the blog his request for ideas for the new podcast.

So, any ideas?

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It's going to be New Coke, isn't it? – Tom Hawtin - tackline Mar 15 '10 at 3:21
A year later and there's nothing happening. Even Joel's tweets are mostly promotions for some stackexchange site. Things are getting boring. – Tony_Henrich Mar 27 '11 at 6:26
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Have special podcasters on (not guest). These special podcasters would be the other SO Valued Associates:

They would either take the place of Jeff and/or Joel (not permanently of course) or podcast along side them.

Also after reading some of the comments on the blog post I would like to quote Bill Paetzke:

If you add guests, please make sure they mix well with your dynamic–someone with a sense of humor. You’ve had a few dull guests in the past. Perhaps stick to guests who are fellow software entrepreneurs or software developers (regardless of employment) who blog well. Or make a web form for listeners to submit topic proposals and be guests.

Finally the main thing that has kept me listening to these podcast is YOU GUYS (Jeff & Joel). You're funny and easily likable. If one of you takes an extended break <cough>Joel</cough> I'll probably quit listening. It just wouldn't be right.

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+1: I would love to hear the other members of the team more often – juan Mar 15 '10 at 15:01

Please don't get rid of all the technical discussion.

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I feel that if Joel & Jeff take the trouble to engage a guest they should act like talk show hosts and let the guest chat a lot more on his or her subject. Yes, some guests are not as verbal as we would like but still. I feel that J&J tend to drown or dampen the guest with their stuff. We can listen to their stuff, on podcasts that do not contain a guest.

Perhaps J&J could go on a course of "How to make you guest feel at home, and how to keep them talking"

My 2 cents worth

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More interviews/guests.

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A narrative around the business of starting up / running a technology company.

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Don't change anything

You just need to read the incredible feedback received on the blog post to see that the podcast is awesome as is.
Jeff+Joel are great and the format is a perfect mixture of programming culture and fun.

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