Hello everyone! Welcome to the January 2021 of my discoveries. I discover new things with the new year. This is the fourth month on my discoveries, and I am so happy for this layout. I will introduce you 2 books but one of them is not a storybook. The book I saw in the bookshop at the last week of the month and I decided to buy after read several pages is : ‘Podcasting Marketing Strategy‘. I can say this, this book is the most detailed book ever about the podcasts. I will mention it later. This is another book I read ‘Lord of the Flies’. And we will talk about this too. Let’s start 🙂
The children who isolated on the island… Pure evil…
The book that written by William Golding in the 1950s talks about during a war, the children isolate on an island as a result of the crash to the island of the plane which going from place to another place. The ages of children are changing about 6-12 and all are the children of the wealthy British families. You are reading that the children survive on the island during the book. We have 4 main characters at all. Ralph, Jack, Piggy and Simon. Will they survive on the island? Will somebody help to them? Will they die there? First, the all characters are good with each others but then some characters represent the pure evil, and some ones represent pure goodness. You should read the book for the answers. If I say anything it will be spoiler. If you have to survive on an island. What will you do? Tell me on comments.
I am confused on some things from the book. First, How is it possible there is no any girl child on the plane. I wonder that if any girl child exist on the plane, would events be the same on the island? Will the evils happen like this? And the second thing is the book never talk about the sexuality. Maybe the writer wants that everyone reads his book. I don’t know.
Finally, You should absolutely read this book. But some parts of the book is boring. There is so much depiction and less action than this. You can write your opinions me 🙂
Podcast… Podcast… and again podcast…
Actually I wrote more thing about the book in my Turkish blog, but I want to give you some short notes from this book. Because the book contains sooooo many search about the podcasts.
*Podcast consumers are more faithful according to video consumers.
*Podcast consumers are using AdBlock stuffs less according to other content consumers.
*Podcast consumers are buying premium content stuffs more according to other content consumers.
and the best part i think is :
*Podcast consumers are more rich (%18) according to other content consumers.
The book is fully about information like this. If you want to be a podcaster you can read this book
The podcasts which recommends by the Book :
- Serial → https://serialpodcast.org/season-three/1/a-bar-fight-walks-into-the-justice-center
- Hip hop Saved My Life → https://www.romeshranganathan.co.uk/podcast/
- This American Life → https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy50aGlzYW1lcmljYW5saWZlLm9yZy90YWxwb2RjYXN0
- The Ratline → https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lh2b5
- REVISIONIST HISTORY → http://revisionisthistory.com
- Eat Sleep Work Repeat → https://eatsleepworkrepeat.com/category/podcast/
- 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy → https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04b1g3c/episodes/downloads
- Table Manners → https://play.acast.com/s/tablemanners
- Master of Scale → https://mastersofscale.com
Where words come?
Did you think before where words come? How they pass some parts? The field that searching this is etymology. I will not tell you academic stuff here just I want to show you some words.
Kahve -> Coffee
For example the word coffee has a rooted history. It came from other languages to Turkish (Kahve) and, It proceeds to English as Coffee.
Karakulak -> Caracal
Kara kulak is a type of the lynx, It takes the name from Turkish and It proceeds to English as Caracal
Boş -> Bosh
And the last one is ‘boş’. We use this word as “bullshit”, actually it is not equal, but I can explain like this.
For example : Don’t talk such bosh!
The cold notes of January
Here is the Spotify list of January :