Moko Expedition #12

Posted by Robin Childs on August 22, 2014 News | Podcast | Tags: , , , , | 4 comments


We take a moment to kick back and get personal this week, talking about some of the unique (and unanticipated) challenges that creative people face posting their work online.

Things mentioned in this episode include:

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  • Michael Parker said on Aug 22, 2014 4:54 pm

    It took me a couple of tries to listen to the whole episode. Fortunately I figured out how to download it to my iphone! It made me feel like a vital part of the 21st century.

    This is the 2nd one I have ingested in whole. First, you guys are really getting good at this. Second, the insights shared in this podcast were …hmm need an adjective…insightful doesn’t work, astute, sharp, entertaining, and amusing.

    • Robin Childs said on Aug 22, 2014 9:20 pm

      Congrats on getting the episode to work (I still haven’t figured out how to download things to the iPhone, so you are ahead of me!) and I’m glad that we manage to entertain. 🙂

  • Cory Childs said on Aug 27, 2014 3:31 pm

    Thank you for the feedback! It’s always gratifying to hear that we’ve done right by our audience.

  • Aron Mason said on Oct 8, 2014 3:15 pm

    listened to this pod 12 today and found a lot of it very interesting. I have found listening to pod casts while inking pages very comforting and it helps to pass the time as i find inking one of the most boring events in the process, there fore an extra long podcast was indeed a treat.
    I myself dreamed of building an audience ( and robin it was me who you spoke to on twitter about feedback) I just keep plodding on and hope that one day things will change but I have a uphill struggle due to some of the content in my comic being not popular in this society. anyhow thanks for the advice.