Sarah Long's podcast, "Longshots," explores the world of libraries through interviews with key library figures and commentary on issues that matter to libraries. She is the Director of the North Suburban Library System, an organization of over 650 academic, public, school, and special libraries in the north/northwest suburbs of Chicago. She is also a well-known podcaster, often posting podcasts of interest to librarians and others. Sarah recently interviewed me and that audio interview is now available online.
Sarah's description of the podcast is:
Tracing the Genealogy of a Ground-breaking Genealogy Newsletter - Sarah talks with Dick Eastman, owner, author, and writer of Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter (www.eogn.com). Dick shares the genesis of launching the popular online newsletter in the pre-WWW era, the importance of having a site that supports the education of fledging genealogists, and how genealogy and DNA data are being used together to save lives. [Length: 16:52]
You can listen to Sarah's podcast at http://www.librarybeat.com/longshots/play/175.
Comment: I often interview others but will confess that being on the other end of an interview is much harder!